Miembros poseen este álbum0. 1. You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover (Willie Dixon). 2. I Can't Be Satisfied (McKinley Morganfield). 3. Midnight Hour Blues (Leroy Carr). 4. I Hate To See You (Little Walter Jacobs). 5. My Babe (Willie Dixon). 7. Long Distance Call (McKinley Morganfield). 8. My Starter Won't Start. 9. Southbound Blues (Calloway/Williams). 10. I'm Leaving You (Chester Burnett). 11. I Live The Life I Love (Willie Dixon). 12. Help Me (Sonny Boy Williamson/Ralph Bass). 13. Gambling Blues (Lil Son Jackson).
You can listen to Peter Frampton Band’s rendition of I Just Want to Make Love to You below. Peter Frampton Band, ‘All Blues’ Track Listing 1. I Just Want To Make Love To You (featuring Kim Wilson) 2. She Caught The Katy 3. Georgia On My Mind 4. Can’t Judge A Book By The Cover 5. Me And My Guitar 6. All Blues (featuring Larry Carlton) 7. The Thrill Is Gone (featuring Sonny Landreth) 8. Going Down Slow (featuring Steve.
Randy Bachman Documentary Featuring Neil Young, Peter Frampton Set For Release. Steve Miller Band, Peter Frampton Unite on . I have always loved to play the blues, Frampton said in a statement. I enjoyed this immensely and it gave me the idea of doing an ‘All Blues’ album live in the studio with my band. We started the resulting sessions nine days after coming off the road last year. Over a two- week period, we recorded 23 tracks, all live in the studio. The energy of these tracks is completely different from building a track one instrument at a time. With this recording, we pay tribute to all the original artists who invented this incredible music. I hope you can hear and feel our enjoyment.
We don‘t have an album for this track yet. View all albums by this artist. John William Baldry, popularly known as Long John Baldry (January 12, 1941 – July 21, 2005) was a pioneering blues singer from England. View full artist profile.
Learn about the saying You Can't Judge a Book By Its Cover, including its meaning and origin. Plus, see examples of this phrase. Based solely on the cover, a person may decide whether a book is or is not for them. As a result, they may overlook a book simply because the cover appears plain or uninteresting to them. However, if the person would have opened the book up and looked at what was inside, they may have found it to be pretty interesting after all. This expression is also applied to people