Warren Storm - The Bad Times Make The Good Times: Classic Texas Recordings 1964-1986 FLAC album
Genre: Soul and Funk music / Blues
Title: The Bad Times Make The Good Times: Classic Texas Recordings 1964-1986
Style: Rhythm & Blues
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Good Times" is a song by the Easybeats released as a single in Australia 18 July 1968, and which appeared on their Vigil album with guest vocals by Steve Marriott of Small Faces. It was written by George Young and Harry Vanda. When broadcast on BBC radio it was reputedly heard by Paul McCartney on his car radio; McCartney apparently rang the station immediately to request a repeat playing. Good Times" was covered by Dutch rock band Shocking Blue, on their seventh album released in 1974.
Sitting Here On The Ceiling (Ain't It Weird) (2:11) 13. The Bad Times Make The Good Times (2:15) 14. Honky Tonk Song (2:15) 15. Prisoner's Song (3:13) 16.
The Times They Are a-Changin' is the third studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on January 13, 1964 by Columbia Records. Whereas his previous albums Bob Dylan and The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan consisted of original material among cover songs, Dylan's third album was the first to feature only original compositions. The album consists mostly of stark, sparsely arranged ballads concerning issues such as racism, poverty, and social change.
Good Times, Bad Times" was the B-side of their fourth . single, "It's All Over Now" (it would also be the B-side of "It's All Over Now" in the States). While it's nothing special, it's a clear improvement over their two previous self-penned B-sides, "Stoned" and "Little By Little. More importantly, perhaps, it's really the first original song by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards to draw on acoustic American rural blues traditions, rather than the more electrified, R&B-influenced urban variety.
WARREN STORM, drummer elite and soulful singer, was born Warren Schexnider Feb. 18, 1937 near Abbeville, L. the county seat of Vermilion Parish. As a staff musician for Carol Rachou's studio, he appeared on early Eddy Raven recordings and those of Bobby Charles, as well as on Dale & Grace's blockbuster hit in 1963, "I'm Leaving It All Up To You". Still on hire as a studio musician, Warren added the punch to the now classic Swamp Pop/Zydeco masterpiece, BOOGIE IN BLACK & WHITE (Jin 9014), a collaboration between Rod Bernard and Clifton Chenier in 1976. Legend at one time or other, except Warren Storm, and that he would love an opportunity to do an album project with him whenever he'd be free of other producer's contracts. And thus, this album was recorded in Lafayette in 1991.
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|1-2||I Walk Alone|
|1-3||Love Me Cherry|
|1-4||Jack And Jill|
|1-5||Four Dried Beans|
|1-6||Don't Fall In Love|
|1-7||Love Rules The Heart|
|1-9||Your Kind Of Love|
|1-11||They Won't Let Me In|
|1-12||Sitting Here On The Ceiling (Ain't It Weird)|
|1-13||The Bad Times Make The Good Times|
|1-14||Honky Tonk Song|
|1-17||Don't Let It End This Way|
|1-19||Rip It Up|
|1-20||My Far Away Cow|
|1-22||Make It Right|
|2-2||I've Shed So Many Tears|
|2-3||We'll Sing In The Sunshine|
|2-4||Things Have Gone To Pieces|
|2-5||Please Mr Sandman|
|2-6||But I Do|
|2-7||Think It Over|
|2-8||He's Got Nothing On Me But You|
|2-9||King Of The Dance Halls|
|2-10||My Heart is Bleeding|
|2-12||You Can't Get Here From There|
|2-13||(If I Ever Needed You) I Need You Now|
|2-14||Stop And Think It Over / Breaking Up Is Hard To Do|
|2-15||My Sinkin' Ship|
|2-16||The Rains Came|
|2-17||Just A Moment Of Your Time|
|2-19||Sometimes A Picker Just Can't Win|
|2-20||I'm Not Just Woman Hungry (I'm Starving To Death)|
|2-21||(I Can't Treat You Like A Lady) You Need Someone Who'll Be Mean To You|
|2-22||If You Really Want Me To I'll Go|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ace Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Ace Records Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Music Enterprises, Inc.
- Licensed To – Ace Records Ltd.
- Licensed From – Demon Music Group Ltd.
- Compiled By – Tony Rounce
- Liner Notes – Tony Rounce
- Mastered By – Nick Robbins
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 029667072021
- Rights Society: MCPS
- ASIN: B00VTN1D3U