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The Robert Cray Band - Take Your Shoes Off album download

The Robert Cray Band - Take Your Shoes Off album download
Title: Take Your Shoes Off
Genre: Rock / Blues
Style:Electric Blues, Blues Rock, Modern Electric Blues
Released: 1999
MP3 album szie: 1530 mb
FLAC album size: 1395 mb

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Album · 1999 · 12 Songs. Heavy Picks-The Robert Cray Band Collection. See All. Siftin' Thru Ashes. The Swamp Boogie Queen.

This is the discography of Robert Cray. In Concert – live album – 1999. Who's Been Talkin' (re-released as Too Many Cooks in 1990, and re-issued as Who's Been Talkin' in 2001). Heavy Picks – The Robert Cray Band Collection – 1999 – . Top Blues Albums #11.

Robert Cray left his longtime home Mercury Records following the release of 1997's Sweet Potato Pie, moving to Rykodisc in 1999. Not long after his Ryko debut Take Your Shoes Off - just a little over six months, actually - Mercury released Heavy Picks: The Robert Cray Collection. It wasn't really an attempt to steal the thunder from Take Your Shoes Off, since that album had eased into the catalog by that point; it was merely a welcome compilation of Cray's first 17 years of recording. Almost all of his albums, from 1980's Who's Been Talkin' to Sweet Potato Pie,.

Robert Cray was born on August 1, 1953, in Columbus, Georgia, while his father was stationed at Fort Benning. Cray's musical beginnings go back to when he was a student at Denbigh High School in Newport News, Virginia. While there, he played in his first band, The One-Way Street. His family eventually settled in the Tacoma, Washington, area. There, he attended Lakes High School in Lakewood, Washington Cray played with Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, Jimmie Vaughan, and Stevie Ray Vaughan at the Alpine Valley Music Theatre in East Troy, Wisconsin, performing "Sweet Home Chicago". Take Your Shoes Off. Shoulda Been Home.

It's evident right from the start that Robert Cray's aiming for a Memphis soul groove on Take Your Shoes Off. Willie Mitchell of Hi Records fame co-wrote and did the horn arrangements for the lead-off cut, "Love Gone to Waste," and Jim Pugh's burbling organ would have fit snugly into the mix of an early '70s Al Green record. The blues is not missing from this effort, but is most present in Cray's usual assertive blues guitar lines

The Robert Cray Band 28-04-2000. Toplam süre:59 min. 01. Love Gone To Waste. The Robert Cray Band. 04:13. 02. That Wasn't Me. 04:45. 03. All The Way. 05:11. 04. There's Nothing Wrong. 04:54. Won't You Give Him (one More Chance). 03:11.

The Jeff Healey Band. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion.