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Whiteley Brothers - Taking Our Time FLAC album

Performer: Whiteley Brothers
Genre: Blues
Title: Taking Our Time
Released: 2001
FLAC version ZIP size: 1337 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1981 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1846 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 477
Other Formats: MP4 TTA AA MP1 XM AAC DMF

It's About Time is the debut studio album from the Jonas Brothers. It was released on August 8, 2006 on Columbia Records. The album was released through Columbia's Daylight Records imprint. A DualDisc of this version of the album was also released. The DualDisc version contains the complete 3-part video for the album's initial single, "Mandy".

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Two real Blues Brothers, Chris and Ken Whiteley, are long-time members of the Canadian blues community and have appeared on more than 150 recordings between them, dating back to the 1960s. The brothers only recorded together twice, on Bluesology and Sixteen Shades of Blue, and both albums were nominated for Juno Awards, the Canadian counterpart to the American Grammies. Taking Our Time, their third CD together, continues their streak of quality recordings and should garner another nomination. Blues fans are in for a real treat. The album closes with their classic song "Take Your Time," which is on a CD for the first time. There is no filler anywhere on the disc. This is a great work from two masters who prove the blues doesn't have to make you blue. Listen to Taking Your Time every day. You won't regret it. Rambles: 28 April 2002.

John Richard Whiteley OBE DL (28 December 1943 – 26 June 2005) was an English presenter, and journalist, best known for his twenty-three years as host of the game show Countdown. Countdown was the launch programme for Channel 4 at 4:45 pm on 2 November 1982, and Whiteley was the first person to be seen on the channel (not counting a programme montage). Despite his intelligence, Whiteley enjoyed projecting the image of an absent-minded eccentric

On Brothers, their first studio album after a year of offshoot affairs (Auerbach’s solo album, Keep It Hid; Carney’s side group, Drummer; a hip-hop project, BlakRoc), the Keys make a thick, dirty racket, overdubbed but never overstuffed. In Ten Cent Pistol, the pair pile on the menace - a garage quintet’s worth of guitars, organ and heavy death march - while leaving enough cold air in a mix that feels like a graveyard recital.

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1 Homeless Man
2 Hold It
3 Get These Things For Me
4 Looking For The Blues
5 Shufflin' And Shaggin'
6 Saskatchewan Blues
7 I Don't Mind
8 I'll Be Looking For You
9 Stranger In Your Home
10 Perfume And Tobacco
11 Full Moon In June
12 On This Journey
13 Take Your Time