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Virginia Spurlock - A Little Place To Cry / Big Lonesome Time flac album

Virginia Spurlock - A Little Place To Cry / Big Lonesome Time flac album Performer: Virginia Spurlock
Title: A Little Place To Cry / Big Lonesome Time
Style: Country
Released: 1962
MP3 album: 1688 mb
FLAC album: 1738 mb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: MP1 MIDI MPC MP2 MMF MP4 RA
Genre: Folk / World music

Almost heaven, West Virginia, Blue Ridge Mountains, Shenandoah River. Life is old there, older than the trees, younger than the mountains, blowing like a breeze. Country roads, take me home to the place I belong. West Virginia, mountain momma, take me home, country roads. All my memories gather round her, miner's lady, stranger to blue water. Dark and dusty, painted on the sky, misty taste of moonshine, teardrop in my eye.

The Rolling Stones is the debut album by the Rolling Stones, released by Decca Records in the UK on 16 April 1964. The album is included in Robert Dimery's 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.

Morgan Valentine Spurlock (born November 7, 1970) is an American documentary filmmaker, humorist, television producer, screenwriter, and playwright. He was the executive producer and star of the reality television series 30 Days (2005-2008).

Goin' down to Lonesome town Where the broken hearts stay Goin' down to Lonesome town To cry my troubles away In the town of broken dreams The streets are filled with regret Maybe down in Lonesome Town I can learn to forget Maybe down in Lonesome Town I can learn to forget. Lonesome Town" Track Info.

Blue and Lonesome, from a 1965 Little Walter single and caught here in a single take, opens with a rush of power-chord sustain, then drops into tense strut marked with jittery bursts of slalom guitar, Jagger cutting in with seething confrontation, especially on harp. Jones originally played that instrument in the Stones, but Jagger grew into their secret weapon. Made on impulse, as a much-needed break during other studio work, Blue and Lonesome is a monument to muscle memory. Solos are brief and tight, evoking the honed-punch effect of the original recordings. The running highlight throughout the album is the churning ensemble bond: the hot-plate jump of the guitars over the chasing rhythm in the Little Walter sprint I Gotta Go ; the feral, stalking tension in Magic Sam’s All of Your Love as Jagger tears at the title lyric like an upper-octave Howlin’ Wolf.

Almost heaven, West Virginia Blue Ridge Mountains, Shenandoah River Life is old there, older than the trees Younger than the mountains, blowing like a breeze. Chorus: Country roads, take me home To the place I belong West Virginia, Mountain Mama Take me home, country roads. All my memories, gathered 'round her Miners' Lady, stranger to blue water Dark and dusty, painted on the sky Misty taste of moonshine, teardrop in my eye. Chorus.

Blue & Lonesome is a covers collection that pays tribute to the post-war Chicago blues that first got the Stones rolling and inspired their very name. And since then, the blues have served as the foundation the band can dig into whenever their sound threatens to turn too au courant, whether they were reacting to the hippy-dippy whimsy of Their Satanic Majesties Request with the sleazy acoustic struts of Beggars Banquet, or devoting a side of Black and Blue-era concert document Love You Live to Muddy Waters. Blue & Lonesome was bashed out in three days, and for the first time in eons, the Stones sound like a band playing together in the same room rather than one that travels on separate jets. Jagger is, naturally the star of the show-but not in his usual vampish ways. For an album rife with tales of heartache, duplicity, and death threats, it’s positively brimming with bonhomie.

The latest, Blue & Lonesome, was recorded in just three days, with little planning or overthinking. Granted, it's a covers album filled with the type of blues songs the band cut its teeth on more than 50 years ago, but that doesn't take away from its spitfire appeal. The Stones haven't made an album this virile in decades. It certainly helps that the core quartet (along with some help from friends like Eric Clapton and Chuck Leavell) sounds like its off the clock. You have to go all the way back to the mid-'60s for Stones performances this loose and friendly

Perhaps Lonesome George’s closest relatives live on some more distant island. The DNA, when analyzed, revealed the secret of why George was lonesome. The lady tortoises from nearby Isabela are not at all closely related to Lonesome George

Tracklist

A A Little Place To Cry
B Big Lonesome Time

Credits

  • Producer – Don Law, Frank Jones
  • Written-By – B. Spurlock*