Author: Donaldson, Walter Kahn, Gus. Identifier: JAC004625. Description: Gift of Dr. Mary Jane Esplen. I don't care if it snows or it rains or blows. Mindin' my bus'ness I'm busy all the day long. Publisher's advertisement on front inside cover & back cover.
Take a guess Cyanide on my breath, on my breath.
The Suffolk band's anguished romanticism continues to resonate with fans, primarily because it’s packaged in brooding rock tunes just sweet enough to get stuck in your head, but woozy and frequently dissonant enough to avoid sounding overproduced. After a two-year break, they’ve returned even more eager to explore that melodic direction with their third full-length, Promise Everything. It’s less Warped Tour and more KROQ Weenie Roast: the depressive offspring of Mineral and Jimmy Eat World. Andrew Fisher’s fluid baritone is easily Basement’s best instrument.
So unto Your promise I'm clinging, Я цепляюсь за упование Твоё, You say that I'm strong, to You I belong, Ты говоришь, что я силён, что я достояние Твоё, Keep holding on. Что я должен держаться. When I get tired of fighting. Когда я устаю бороться. All of the fears I've been hiding, Со всеми страхами, которые скрываю, You gave me Your breath and tell me to rest, Ты дал мне дыхание Своё и сказал передохнуть, You never left. Ты никогда не бросал меня. I'll never be the same, Я уже не буду прежним, I can face anything, so let it rain. Я готов к чему угодно, и будь что будет. Ты якорь мой, So steady me, steady me now.
Never Get Out of These Blues Alive is a studio album by American blues musician John Lee Hooker, released in 1972 by ABC Records and recorded from September 28 through September 29, 1971. The album features Van Morrison, Elvin Bishop, Charlie Musselwhite, and Steve Miller. The album was re-released in 1987 by See For Miles Records with four additional tracks from the same session, including two with Hooker's cousin Earl Hooker on slide guitar. All songs written by Hooker, except noted.
You'll live, and you'll learn See 'cause you've never been the same as anyone else Don't think the same as everyone else You'll love, and you'll learn See you'll never conclude with anyone else Don't think the same as everyone else. If I had everything, everything I could change anything If I changed anything, I mean anything I would change everything, oh yeah.
Joe Bonamassa loves the blues. It's the genre that jumped out at him as a child growing up in upstate New York. When his peers were lapping up the latest Van Halen offering, he was diving deep into the vast history of blues music. Bonamassa never stopped finding new joy in blues' various shades. Along the way, he established himself as one of his generation's most proficient and dazzling live blues guitarists. Yet even now, as the 37-year-old prepares to release his 11th studio album, the sweet-sounding, down-and-dirty Different Shades of Blue, Bonamassa still finds new elements of his musical heroes seeping their way into his own music
There, in the chords and melodies, is everything I want to say. The words just jolly it along. It’s always been my way of expressing what for me is inexpressible by any other means. I don’t know how many times someone has come up to me and said, ‘Hey, Lets dance!’. I’m not a prophet or a stone aged man, just a mortal with potential of a superman. I’m living on. As you get older, the questions come down to about two or three. How long? And what do I do with the time I’ve got left?
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|A||Mindin' My Bus'ness
Written-By – Walter Donaldson
|B||Promise Me Everything Never Get Anything Blues
Written By – Pease, Nelson & Van & Schenck
- Record Company – Columbia Phonograph Company
NotesComedian with Orch. accomp.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 81517
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 81518