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Published 23.07.2019 by

You Got Another Man - Various - Blues Roots (Vinyl, LP)




  1. Mikaramar said:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Got the Blues - Various Artists on AllMusic.
  2. Meztirisar said:
    John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers song lyrics collection. Browse lyrics and John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers albums.
  3. Yozshukasa said:
    Check out Blues Roots by Various Artists - Tomato Records on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on fejoraakinokusnigelv.xyzinfo Sample this album Title by You Got Another Man. by Lightnin' Hopkins. You Got Another Man by Lightnin' Hopkins. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart 5. Struggle Here In Houston. by Juke.
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  5. Dagore said:
    JOHN MAYALL with Eric Clapton LP Bluesbreakers London(Usa Blue stereo ps ) Vinyl VG+ Cover VG+. Fantastic Classic blues rock record. Tracks: all your love, hideaway, little girl, another man, double crossing time, what'd i say, key to love, parchman farm, have you heard, ramblin on my mind, steppin out, it ain't fejoraakinokusnigelv.xyzinfo date: Apr 29,
  6. Kagadal said:
    One of the biggest records ever from The Chi-Lites – thanks to the "Oh Girl" title hit that's referenced on the cover! But apart from that ballad classic, the record's actually got a heck of a lot more to offer – some incredible harmony soul tracks that show that even during their hit years, The Chi-Lites were one of those groups who could still stay true to their roots – and still come.
  7. Kitaur said:
    What you are hearing are the raw roots of Hendrix, even moreso than the Muddy Waters material like "Catfish Blues". There were no recording dates on the original vinyl LP, but a little research has shed some light on the whole affair. Apparently this material is from a session in Miami July 7, !/5(18).
  8. Mikasar said:
    It is likely that Williams adapted the song from the old chain-gang song "Another Man Done Gone," which also inspired or was inspired by other blues songs such as "Alabama Bound" and "Don't Leave Me Here." Williams was what they called a "walking" musician, a Southern blues version of the troubadour or wandering minstrel.

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