Confessin’ the Blues fittingly opens with Waters’ Rollin’ Stone and features other classics like Berry’s Little Queenie, Howlin’ Wolf’s Litle Red Rooster and Bo Diddley’s You Can’t Judge a Book By It’s Cover. The collection will also boast tracks from Elmore James, Little Walter, John Lee Hooker, Mississippi Fred McDowell, Jimmy Reed, Robert Johnson, . . Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood contributed the album art with his interpretation of a bluesman. Confessin’ the Blues’ cover art by Ronnie Wood.
The Flames (15) – Woman/ Confessin the Blues. Label: SweDisc – SWES 1117. B1. Comsessn The Blues.
The Flames was a musical group from Durban in South Africa. The band was originally formed in 1963 by guitarist Steve Fataar, bassist Brother Fataar (real name Edries Fataar), drummer George Faber and guitarist Eugene Champion. However, this line-up would only be together to record a couple of songs. In 1970, they recorded the only non-Beach Boys album on the Brother records label, produced by Carl Wilson under the name "The Flame" (to avoid confusion with James Brown's The Famous Flames). Stora Popboxen - Svensk pop 1964 - 1969 Volume 1 released: 2013.
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Confessin’ The Blues collects together the greatest bluesmen ever and provides a perfect education to the genre. The tracklisting on the various formats have been chosen by The Rolling Stones, in collaboration with BMG and Universal and will be released on BMG on November 9. The Rolling Stones have long been supporters of the Blues from before the start of their career right through to their latest album, Blue & Lonesome which featured their interpretations of the classics, many of which appear in their original versions here on Confessin’ The Blues
Confessin' the Blues" (with Marty Stuart) - 4:32. Hummingbird" (with Dionne Warwick) - 4:20. Bring It Home to Me" (with Paul Carrack) - 3:10. Paying the Cost to Be the Boss" (with The Rolling Stones) - 3:35. Let the Good Times Roll" (with Zucchero) - 4:00. Dangerous Mood" (with Joe Cocker) - 4:55. Keep It Coming" (with Heavy D) - 3:57. King Chart History (Top Blues Albums)". Retrieved October 11, 2015. "Canadian album certifications – Deuces Wild". Retrieved October 19, 2015. "International Latvian Certification Awards from 1998 to 2001". Latvian Music Producers Association.
The first seven numbers on Confessin' the Blues show off Esther Phillips doing sophisticated, big-band blues (backed by a small orchestra led by Onzy Matthews) and giving direct and pointed yet elegant performances of "Confessin' the Blues," "I'm Gettin' 'Long Alright," and "C. C. Rider. The last four numbers, which comprise nearly 24 minutes, have Phillips doing a jazzier set to start with, backed by a leaner band (most notably Jack Wilson on piano), in a set produced for record by King Curtis.
Confessin' The Blues - Lyin' Woman Blues, Suppressin' The Blues, New Style Baby and 13 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Confessin' The Blues. From: Charlie Parker. Count: 13. Views: 10. Confessin' The Blues tracks. Suppressin' The Blues.
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