Why I Sing the Blues is a 1983 album by the blues guitarist and singer . Originally made by MCA Records as a bargain-bin greatest hits compilation, the album is a showcase of King's best work from the late 1960s and early 1970s. The album was released in CD format in 1992. The Thrill Is Gone" (Roy Hawkins, Rick Darnell) - 5:24. Ghetto Woman" (Riley King, Clark) - 5:14. Why I Sing the Blues" (Riley King, Clark) - 8:38. Ain't Nobody Home" (Jerry Ragovoy) - 3:34.
Why I Sing the Blues. Album Live & Well. Why I Sing the Blues Lyrics. Everybody wants to know Why I sing the blues Yes, I say everybody wanna know Why I sing the blues Well, I've been around a long time I really have paid my dues. When I first got the blues They brought me over on a ship Men were standing over me And a lot more with a whip And everybody wanna know Why I sing the blues Well, I've been around a long time Mm, I've really paid my dues . 8. Get Off My Back Woman. 9. Let’s Get Down to Business. 10. Why I Sing the Blues.
Album: Why I Sing the Blues (1983). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. In his Foreword to the Helen Oakley Dance biography of T-Bone Walker, . King writes: "In my 'Why I Sing the Blues,' I end up: And everybody wants to know why I sing the blues Well, I've been around a long time, I've really paid my dues. Meaning there's all kind of trouble in life, and a heap of blues artist were needed to keep track of all that
Universal’s 2012 box set Ladies & Gentleme. r. King is hardly the first . King box set - MCA assembled a similar four-disc set called King of the Blues in 1992, Ace had a tremendous four-CD box called The Vintage Years in 2002 that covered his pre-ABC/Paramount recordings (apparently every ten years it’s time for a. new . box) - but it certainly is the most ambitious, arriving in two separate career-spanning incarnations. Get Off My Back Woman – 03:17 17. Why I Sing The Blues – 08:37. CD 5 – The Thrill Is Gone (1969-1971) 01. The Thrill Is Gone – 05:25 02. Confessin’ The Blues – 04:55 03. So Excited – 05:37 04. No Good – 04:37 05.
MCA Special Products' Why I Sing the Blues collects ten highlights from . King's late-'60s and early-'70s recordings for ABC, which were later acquired by MCA. Considering that this is a budget-priced compilation, and therefore limited in its scope, this isn't a bad sampler at all, containing the hit version of "The Thrill Is Gone," plus good takes of "Hummingbird," "How Blue Can You Get?," and "Sweet Sixteen," along with such oddities as "Chains and Things," which features Carole King on piano.
Features Song Lyrics for . King's Why I Sing The Blues album. 21. 22. The Letter Lyrics. 23. What Can I Do Lyrics. 24. Did You Ever Love a Woman Lyrics.
KING, WHY I SING THE BLUES - Cassette (1985) Condition is Very Good. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. Double play cassette tape. Crying Won't Help You Now. Don't Answer The Door.
Get Off My Back Woman. Bass – Gerald Jemmott Drums – Herbie LovelleGuitar – Hugh McCrackenPiano – Paul Harris (2)Producer – Bill SzymczykWritten-By – . King, Ferdinand Washington. Please Accept My Love. Bass – Val PatilloDrums – Sonny FreemanOrgan – Charles BowlesProducer – Bill SzymczykSaxophone – Lee GatlingTrumpet – Patrick Williams (5)Written-By – . This performance digitally reconstructed using ABC 45 . Complete version previously unreleased on .