Harlan Howard And His Band Of Blues - It's All In Your Mind / I Can't Stand It download mp3 album
It's All in Your Mind" is a single by Beck, released in 1995. Although then a non-album single (being a 7" of outtakes from his album One Foot in the Grave), a later version was recorded and included on his album Sea Change (2002); this recording is more widely known. The rerecording is the seventh track on Beck's 2002 album, Sea Change. It is perhaps one of the simplest songs on the album lyrically; many phrases are repeated, with 'I wanted to be' iterated nine times.
The Blues Band is a British blues band formed in 1979 by Paul Jones, former lead vocalist and harmonica player with Manfred Mann, and guitarist Tom McGuinness also of Manfred Mann and The Roosters. The band’s first line-up also included bassist Gary Fletcher, slide-guitarist Dave Kelly who had previously played with The John Dummer Band, Howling Wolf and John Lee Hooker and drummer Hughie Flint, of John Mayall's Blues Breakers and McGuinness Flint, the band he formed with Tom McGuinness.
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Legendary BMI writer Harlan Howard, a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame, died suddenly on Sunday evening, March 3, in Nashville. He was 74. photo: Beth Gwinn. Among his numerous accolades were 45 BMI Country Awards, 4 BMI Pop Awards and two BMI R&B Awards. BMI President & CEO Frances Preston, who met Howard almost 40 years ago, remembered, "When Harlan was inducted into the Songwriters’ Hall of Fame several years ago, he said he was surprised he was being honored by people in New York when he so rarely crossed Tennessee’s Cumberland River. Barbara Mandrell "All I Can Be (Is a Sweet Memory)" ? Collin Raye 1993: "Blame it on Your Heart" ? Patty Loveless 1994: "I Fall to Pieces" ?
It's kind of like hitting the reset button," he says of making the record. Hitting it a couple times, like when you're drunkenly trying to change channels with the remote control, and your patience runs out. Which is a good metaphor for my life. Another one would be that, if I was born a gun, the problem that I have in life - or the plus side - is that I don't know how to put the safety on. Which would be the best way to describe my current state of mind, in general
In a career spanning six decades, Howard wrote a large number of popular and enduring songs, recorded by a variety of different artists. Howard was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1997. Howard was born in 1927 in Detroit, Michigan, and grew up on a farm in Kentucky. As a child he listened to the Grand Ole Opry radio show. In later years Howard recalled the personal formative influence of country music: I was captured by the songs as much as the singer. They grabbed my heart
He can do it all - his work with Cactus was stupendous and on a par with Jeff Beck's work with the Jeff Beck Group and was strongly reminiscent of Jimmy Page's work with Led Zep without copping JP's licks. more like he captured JP's thick Les Paul/Marshall tone and was the closest thing to an American British Invasion. This showcases his blues side and demonstrates that he has the feel and emotional depth to do that genre justice. There are very few true American guitar heroes and Jim McCarty is surely one of the best
His most cohesive album since his first for Excello. It is the low down, razor’s edge gutbucket blues that makes dancers want to sweat and shake their butts. This gritty style reminds you of the street music of Chicago’s Jew-town and the lowdown groove of Muddy Waters. In Clarksdale, Mississippi, 19th Street Red is a celebrity. It was a labor of love, bringing the down home blues of the American south to New Orleans. Recorded live in the studio, it shows the passionate, raunchy vibe of sweaty juke joints and the searing emotion and rhythms of Mississippi Delta Blues and Crescent City Rhythm & Blues resonates wherever Randy 19th Street Red Cohen sets up sho..
Hey, it’s only his opinion. Wilson himself has a sound that echoes the far-out blues of Jimi Hendrix without ever coming across as a ‘karaoke’ guitarist. His wild bends and fast runs make him stand out from the current blues crop. Prev Page 16 of 25 Next. His new album Common Ground is great by the way - you should really check it out.
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