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T-Bone Walker - Stormy Monday album mp3

Performer: T-Bone Walker
Title: Stormy Monday
Country: US
Released: 1996
Style: Texas Blues
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 629
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Call It Stormy Monday (But Tuesday Is Just as Bad)" (commonly referred to as "Stormy Monday") is a song written and recorded by American blues electric guitar pioneer T-Bone Walker. It is a slow twelve-bar blues performed in the West Coast blues-style that features Walker's smooth, plaintive vocal and distinctive guitar work. As well as becoming a record chart hit in 1948, it inspired . King and others to take up the electric guitar. Stormy Monday" became Walker's best-known and most-recorded song.

Stormy Monday - T Bone Walker. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Миллионы композиций бесплатно и в хорошем качестве. The Complete 1949 Black & White Sessions & Imperial Masters.

Complete your T-Bone Walker collection. Stormy Monday Blues ‎(LP, Album).

you can feel the country dust settling in behind his urbane delivery, and when he cuts loose a little on guitar, the sparks fly with elegant tension. The highlight here, of course, is Walker's umpteenth version of "Stormy Monday Blues," a track he originally recorded way back in 1947, giving the world a bona fide blues classic, and if he revisits it again here, that's fine.

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Stormy Monday," originally "Call It Stormy Monday" was written and recorded by T-Bone Walker in 1947 and released as a single on the label Black & White. It's about a a guy who is tormented every day of the week, as he prays to have his girl return. This song has become a Blues standard, covered most famously by The Allman Brothers Band in 1971, but also recorded by .  . Van Morrison covered this for his 2017 Roll With The Punches album, singing it as a melody with "Lonely Avenue. The Irishman told Uncut that he has had a long association with the song. That would be 1963 when I first heard that. I never heard the T-Bone Walker version until later.

Features Song Lyrics for T-Bone Walker's Stormy Monday album. I Got the Blues Lyrics. T-Bone Walker Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular T-Bone Walker Lyrics.

All Night Long, 03:00. My Patience Keeps Running Out, 02:26. When We Were Schoolmates, 03:30.

Album · 1972 · 11 Songs. Stormy Monday T-Bone Walker. Listen on Apple Music.

Tracklist

1 Every Day I Have The Blues 4:44
2 I Woke Up This Morning 6:15
3 When I Grow Up 7:42
4 Long Lost Lover 9:05
5 Shake It Baby 4:43
6 Stormy Monday Blues 4:50
7 Why My Baby 5:07
8 Late Blues 8:50
9 Sail On 5:07
10 T-Bone Blues Special 4:16
11 Treat Me So Low Down 4:54

Credits

  • Written-By – John Lee Hooker (tracks: 5), T-Bone Walker (tracks: 1-4,6-11)

Notes

T-Bone Walker - Guitar
Recorded 1968

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 18111 71032 9

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
17 103 T-Bone Walker Stormy Monday ‎(CD, Comp, RM) LaserLight Digital 17 103 US 1996
20035 T-Bone Walker Stormy Monday ‎(CD, Comp, RE) Lester Recording Catalog 20035 US 2001
Reviews (1)
Mavegelv
This is one of those annoying releases that doesn't give information that any genuine collector requires: where recorded and who appears on the recording. T-Bone himself only says something like "Let's thank the group" without - to my hearing ability - announcing who it is that is in the band. This becomes even more annoying when - out of the blue - comes a fiddle! This comes as a shock at first, but with repeated listening it blends in with the rest of the band - but WHO IS PLAYING IT? Over on the Allmusic site, Daniel Graham has done quite a Sherlock Holmes job on researching details of this recording. Although he seems to have the recording date and location wrong (not his fault as his logic is sound, but the information he had to work from was insufficient) he has done an excellent job, though the recording date could affect his conclusion that Paul Pena is the guitarist on the recording. The recording was made, according to the only real information provided on my CD sleeve, was 1968 which places the recording as being made in Paris (according to Daniel's information. The artists with Walker (again thanks to Daniel Graham are:T-Bone Walker - Vocals, GuitarHartley Severns - Sax, FiddleJohnny Summers - BassVinton (Vinnie) Johnson - DrumsPaul Pena - Guitar, Vocals (? - see above)Is it worthwhile having this CD?Given that I only paid $US 2.95 at "The Book Bin" in Corvallis Oregon, I guess almost any recording was worth the gamble. But, despite this, I think it is an interesting document if anyone would like to hear T-Bone in concert. The recording quality is quite good - despite the fact that Walker walks away from the Mike at times, thus his voice fades (this is whilst talking, not singing). The answer to the question is yes, it is a worthwhile CD. I don't know that I would pay "full price" for a copy, but it more than justified my modest investment.I do wish that record companies would consider the consumers of their product and make available to them the information I am sure they have on recording dates and personnel. It's not too much to ask is it?

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