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The Raws - Let's Have A Bondage Blues FLAC album


Performer: The Raws
Genre: Rock
Title: Let's Have A Bondage Blues
Country: Austria
Released: 2008
Style: Garage Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1391 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1100 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1193 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 587
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Ninth studio effort ‘Let’s Rock’ is an, er, electrifying return to the uncluttered guitar and drums interplay that defined their early work while still finding room for airy pop and subtle soul textures. Bearded singer/guitarist Auerbach says: In the first week of recording, I read a local front page story about a prisoner being executed by electric chair, which is really rare. His last words, ‘Let’s rock,’ stuck in my mind. Fast forward a few months and we were trying to think of an album title concept. always so annoying and tedious. We’d just made this rock ’n’ roll record and it felt right, like it was given to us, like we were supposed to use it. Despite the title’s harrowing origin, Auerbach is thrilled with the album cover, a fizzing electric chair bathed in a pink glow on a black background with Zagorski’s final two words emblazoned under the band’s name. It fills my heart with so much joy that we got something so simple, he says. Talk about simplicity. it’s everything to us and we love it.

Moanin' the Blues is Hank Williams' second album released on MGM Records released in 1952. Like Williams' debut LP Hank Williams Sings, Moanin' the Blues contained no new music at the time of its release. Unlike his debut, which was composed mostly of B-sides that had fared poorly upon release, his second album is packed with hits, including three smashes: "Lovesick Blues," "Long Gone Lonesome Blues," and "Honky Tonk Blues.

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Got the bondage blues, the bondage blues no shirt and no shoes, IM just hanging around, hanging around singing the bondage blues. I heard the door opening, but I couldnt see My tie round my eyes and my belt round my knees I was blind and I couldnt move, the handcuffs so strong And when she started working I kept on singing my song, I sang the. The bondage blues. Lyrics not 100% accurate? Correct them.

Dinner Ambiance Late Night Introspection Heartache. Joe Williams, Count Basie & His Orchestra, Count Basie. Everyday I Have the Blues. From there, though, he stretches out slightly by singing all manner of songs from the blues and R&B repertoire that work well with his talents, best of all on a pair of Big Joe Turner classics - "Shake, Rattle and Roll" and "Cherry Re. The arrangements and playing are excellent, as could be expected from this group, including Jones and Snooky Young on trumpet, Frank Foster and Billy Mitchell on tenor, Freddie Green on guitar, and, of course, Basie himself on piano.

Let’s face it, you can’t beat a good album cover. Whether good, bad, beautiful or ugly, they tell a story. They have the power to invoke, inspire, intrigue and fascinate. This hilarious anomaly among blues album covers offers a literal interpretation of a common US slang expression, depicting Watson’s mother pushing him in a pram converted into a pimp mobile. It showed that Watson didn’t take himself too seriously and wasn’t afraid to be the butt of a good joke. Bo Diddley: Have Guitar Will Travel (1960).

'Let's make a blues album' just ain't us, you know. Wood adds that he didn't have a hand in picking which songs to cover, but their cover of Jimmy Reed's Little Rain is a winner with his kids. And it surprised me when we got to Jimmy Reed because Little Rain would have been the last song I would have that we would have done, and I'm really pleased – it's like a lullaby to my little twin babies. They love it," he says.

Tracklist

A1 Bondage Blues
A2 Boogie Boo Hoo
A3 Geri Donduler
A4 Love Lips

Notes

Pressing info:
- 177 one sided copies in black wax and black labels, black on white paper sleeve
- 15 one sided copies in black wax and black labels, purple on yellow paper sleeve, silkscreened b-side (this)
- 10 one sided copies in black wax and black labels, dark purple print on heavy white paper sleeve, stamped on inner sleeve non-silkscreened(!) b-side
- 9 Test Press.

The record runs from the inside to the outside.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SR #17.57 The Raws Let's Have A Bondage Blues ‎(7", S/Sided, Num) Squoodge Records SR #17.57 Austria 2008
SR #17.57 The Raws Let's Have A Bondage Blues ‎(7", S/Sided, Num, Promo) Squoodge Records SR #17.57 Austria 2008
SR #17.57 The Raws Let's Have A Bondage Blues ‎(7", TP) Squoodge Records SR #17.57 Austria 2008
none The Raws Let's Have A Bondage Blues ‎(CDr, EP) Not On Label none Turkey Unknown