Broke is the second studio album by American punk rock band Hed PE. Released on August 22, 2000, the album expanded the band's sound to incorporate classic rock and world music influences
Profile: Doo-wop quintet Tommy Hunt (Lead, Tenor), Walter Spriggs (Lead, Tenor), Constant Count Sims (Baritone), Herbert Lewis (Baritone), Jimmy Marshall (Bass). Members: Constant Sims, Walter Spriggs. Variations: Viewing All The 5 Echoes.
Flat Broke and Lonesome. Artist: Lonesome River Band. Album: Americana Master Series : Best of the Sugar Hill Years, 2007. Has been played on. Russia 3.
I'm flat broke and lonesome, and I'm working on the blues. I ain't worked in a month of Sundays, I'm down to my last dime. There's a cloud of misery hanging over me and it's a-raining all the time. Important: The song above is NOT stored on the Chordie server. The original song is hosted at ww. llcountrytabs. Chordie does not index songs against artists'/composers' will.
Blue & Lonesome is the 12th album by The Rolling Stones to reach number one. The Official Charts Company said 95,000 of the album's sales were physical - the rest were downloads and streams. It was also the only new entry in this week's top 40. The last Rolling Stones album to reach number one was a 2010 reissue of Exile On Main St, but 1994's Voodoo Lounge was the band's last album of original studio material to top the chart. The news came a day after Sir Mick Jagger became a father for the eighth time at the age of 73. Top five albums.
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. But Blue & Lonesome represents more than just a back-to-basics mission, It’s the most honest music the Stones have released in years-not because the source material confers it with the patina of authenticity, but because the entire blues-covers concept is a tacit admission that they don’t really give a shit about being a contemporary concern anymore, so.