Chris Farlowe - Stormy Monday: Blues Years 1985-2008 (Uk) | RECORD STORE DAY

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Stormy Monday: Blues Years 1985-2008 (Uk)
Artist: Chris Farlowe
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 05/24/2024
UPC: 5013929432338

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1. I Ain't Superstitious
2. Gambler's Blues
3. Them That's Got (I Ain't Got Nothin' Yet)
4. Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City
5. It's All Wrong
6. Key to My Kingdom
7. The Thrill Is Gone
8. Watch Your Step
9. All the Way Lover
10. (Standing on) Shakey Ground
11. Into the Night
12. Starting All Over Again
13. Lonely Eyes
14. One Night Stand
15. Ain't Got No Money
16. I've Been Born Again
17. Never Too Old
18. End of the Line
19. I Stayed Away Too Long
20. Man of the World
21. Rock and Roll Soldier
22. Livin' It Up
23. I Want to Do Everything for You
24. Private Number (With Elkie Brooks)
25. All or Nothing
26. Glory Bound
27. Gangster of Love
28. Cry to Me
29. Trouble
30. A Matter of Time
31. Ain't No Big Deal
32. Lonesome Whistle
33. As Long As I Can See the Light
34. Sitting on Top of the World (With Van Morrison)
35. It Should've Been Me
36. So Hard to Get Along with
37. I Only Have Love for You
38. That's Why Lovers Have the Blues
39. Fog on the Highway
40. Blues Anthem
41. I Don't Want to Sing the Blues No More (Live)
42. Lonesome Road (Live)
43. Stormy Monday (Live)
44. All or Nothing (Live)
45. I Think It's Going to Rain Today (Live)
46. Easy As That (Live)
47. Out of Time (Live)
48. Handbags and Gladrags (Live)
49. Thrill Is Gone (Live)
50. Shakey Ground (Live)
51. Chris' Shuffle (Live)
52. Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City (Live)
53. Satisfy Susie (Live)
54. Going Back to Louisiana (Live)
55. (I've Been) Born Again (Live)

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5-track 3CD collection focuses on the blues and R 'n' B recordings of Chris Farlowe from 1985 to 2008 demonstrating Farlowe's powerful voice undiminished by the years since 1960s hits such as the chart topping 'Out Of Time'. After bringing the house down at clubs such as Soho's mod hangout The Flamingo with his band The Thunderbirds and recording a 1965 version of 'Stormy Monday Blues' that has been called the greatest British blues record, Chris Farlowe signed to Immediate for a series of timeless solo hits before periods singing with Colosseum and Atomic Rooster. In the 1980s he returned to the blues and Disc One features tracks drawn from Chris Farlowe & The Thunderbirds' excellent albums 'Out Of The Blue' (1985) and 'Born Again' (1986), both produced by Mike Vernon, a pivotal figure in British blues, who produced John Mayall and Eric Clapton and founded the Blue Horizon label that released Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac's early albums. Farlowe's version of the Green written 'Man Of The World' is also included and is one of many standouts here. Disc Two cherry picks from Farlowe's impressive solo albums 'Waiting In The Wings' (1992), 'The Voice' (1998), 'Glory Bound' (2000), 'Farlowe That!' (2003) and 'Hotel Eingang' (2008). Highlights include Farlowe being joined by his friend Van Morrison, Farlowe's brilliant version of his friends' the Small Faces' chart topper 'All Or Nothing' and a duet between Chris and Elkie Brooks on the Stax classic, 'Private Number'. Paul Jones of Manfred Mann plays harmonica on a great take on Solomon Burke's 'Cry To Me' and Humble Pie's Clem Clempson plays guitar on 'I Want To Do Everything For You'. Disc Three includes 15 powerhouse live tracks with the Norman Baker Band, the Thunderbirds and with Roy Herrington and The Rhythm 'N' Blues Train. Chris revisits his hits 'Out Of Time' and 'Handbags and Gladrags' and gives definitive renditions of T Bone Walker's 'Stormy Monday', B.B. King's 'Thrill Is Gone' and Bobby Bland's 'Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City'.