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Steamboat Bill And His Guitar - Ain't It A Good Thing flac album

Steamboat Bill And His Guitar - Ain't It A Good Thing flac album
Ain't It A Good Thing
Steamboat Bill And His Guitar
Country Blues
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1921 mb
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4.2 ✪

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Ain't No Sunshine" is a song by Bill Withers from his 1971 album Just As I Am, produced by Booker T. Jones. The record featured musicians Donald "Duck" Dunn on bass guitar, Al Jackson Jr. on drums and Stephen Stills on guitar. String arrangements were done by Booker T. Jones, and recorded in Memphis by engineer Terry Manning. The song is in the key of A minor.

For the Ella Fitzgerald album, see Things Ain't What They Used to Be (And You Better Believe It). For the McCoy Tyner album, see Things Ain't What They Used to Be (McCoy Tyner album). For the album by the Prestige Swing Festival featuring Coleman Hawkins, see Things Ain't What They Used to Be (Prestige Swing Festival album). For the musical, see Fings Ain't Wot They Used T'Be. Things Ain't What They Used to Be" is a 1942 jazz standard with music by Mercer Ellington and lyrics by Ted Persons. Jazz musician and historian Chris Tyle argues that most likely Mercer Ellington came up with the melody and his father then arranged the song for the band. The song is most often played as an instrumental. Lyrics were written by Ted Persons. Johnny Hodges played it first, in Hollywood on July 3, 1941

Ain't No Sunshine By Bill Withers - Digital Sheet Music. Price: 346,95 ₽. Includes 1 print + interactive copy. Al Jarreau recorded an entire CD of Withers' songs on Tribute to Bill Withers (Culture Press 1998). Stax Records stalwart Booker T. Jones produced his debut album, Just As I Am (with some co-production by Al Jackson J., which included his first charting single, "Ain't No Sunshine" that went gold and made it to number six R&B and number three pop in summer 1971 and won a Grammy as Best R&B Song. Its follow-up, "Grandma Hands," peaked at number 18 R&B in fall 1971.

In actual fact, any number of people may have been using the phrase when Ellington wrote the song. These recordings have been selected from the Jazz History and CD Recommendations sections. Not surprisingly, Duke Ellington’s original recording of It Don’t Mean a Thing (Ken Burns JAZZ Collection: Duke Ellington) is the most significant version of the tune, and it is musically brilliant.

Produced by Booker T. Album Just As I Am. Ain’t No Sunshine Lyrics. Ain't no sunshine when she's gone It's not warm when she's away Ain't no sunshine when she's gone And she's always gone too long anytime she goes away. Wonder this time where she's gone Wonder if she's gone to stay Ain't no sunshine when she's gone And this house just ain't no home anytime she goes away.

18 – Ain’t No Sunshine – Bill Withers. Gordon Lightfoot has a large number of acoustic melodic and poetic songs in his catalogue. Mostly from the ’70s.

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A Ain't It A Good Thing
B Rag Baby
Written-By – Baker*


  • Guitar [Uncredited], Vocals [Uncredited] – Willie Baker

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
9434 Willie Jones And His Guitar* Ain't It A Good Thing ‎(Shellac, 10") Supertone 9434 US Unknown