Wine Me Up - Various - Bartenders Blues - Great Saloon Songs (CD)


Download Wine Me Up - Various - Bartenders Blues - Great Saloon Songs (CD)
1994
Label: Big Country - JAV CD 1012,Javelin Promotions Inc. - JAV CD 1012 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country, Honky Tonk

In the liner notes to the Jones compilation Anniversary — 10 Years of Hits , producer Billy Sherrill states that he was unhappy with the performance on the song, feeling that Jones over-sang it, an example of "George Jones trying to sound like George Jones" Jones agreed with this assessment in a Billboard interview.

Sherrill employed his most contemporary production yet on Bartender's Blues , actually verging on soft rock in some places. While praising Jones's singing, Stephen Thomas Erlewine of AllMusic laments the dated production "soft rock with its electric pianos" but cites the main flaw as "its uneven material. Apart from the excellent weeper 'I'll Just Take It Out in Love,' the strongest song is the title track, which is James Taylor's impression of what life in a honky tonk must be.

Despite the occasional weak song, Jones gives it his all throughout the record, which by and large keeps the album entertaining. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Great Balls of Fire not 12 bar, but those 3 chorder things like that work too. If the things are already up-tempo, kind of a good Texas Shuffle or a "Jump Blues" kind of thing like the video above , that's great.

Sometimes once you hear a song in one form especially if you've heard it for years it's hard to get away from the way you know it. I'm looking for things like Shake Rattle and Roll that I can just "rock up" a bit. Shoot me some suggestions please - more Elvis and 50s cats, Beatles, Stones, "classic rock" that were in that "Call Me the Breeze" vein, and anything newerish I'll probably do "Keep Your Hands to Yourself" for example.

TIA Steve. Messages 2, Something from Dave Edmunds? Maybe his version of Chuck Berrry's "Let it Rock" "in the heat of the day down in Mobile Alabama working on the railroad with a steel driving hammer. I like the Dead version from Steal Your Face too. Don P. Silver Supporting Member. Messages 3, Messages 6, Just about the entire Bob Segar catalog fits the bill, ironically enough.

Messages 27, Yer Blues Member. Messages 8, I'm not sure if they exactly fit your criteria Yer Blues said:. Turi Member. Messages 9, Any rock'n'roll song from back then, my band pretty much does this exclusively.

We do blues and rockabilly, but everything winds up being pretty much blues-rock because the blues is too slow and everybody goes home, and the rockabilly sounds better being rocked up a bit for me, anyway, I don't sound half as good as the originals though.

Here's a few to get you started, I realise you've already mentioned some of these but whatever. GulfportBound Member. OK, this one's only an eight-bar, but you could have some fun with it. James Taylor's recording reached 88 on the Billboard Country Singles chart in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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  3. Recording and composition. Like his previous album I Wanta Sing, 's Bartender's Blues has many up-tempo, rollicking songs that seemed to contradict the darkness and turmoil in Jones's personal life, which consisted of no shows, cocaine, and bankruptcy. Of Jones's previous four LPs on Epic, only one had cracked the Top Ten ('s Alone Again) and he had not had a number one single since Genre: Country.
  4. "Bartender's Blues" is a song written by James Taylor and first released on his album miner-all.net was also released as the b-side of the lead single from JT, "Handy Man."It has since been covered by George Jones and other artists.A-side: "Handy Man".
  5. Bartender's Blues Lyrics: Now I'm just a bartender and I don't like my work / But I don't mind the money at all / I see a lots of sad faces, a lots of bad cases / Of folks with their backs to the.
  6. Play full-length songs from Blues in the Bar - Blues Drinkin' Songs by Various Artists on your phone, computer and home audio system with Napster.
  7. Apr 11,  · Here's a list of songs about bars, bartenders, and events taking place inside bars: drinking, dancing, hooking up, fighting, etc. Top Saloon songs. 1. "The Piano Has Been Drinking (Not Me.
  8. Then it's on to the s and '50s and a series of classic cuts from jump blues and R&B stars, including New Orleans bandleader Dave Bartholomew (the supremely silly "My Ding-A-Ling" would eventually become Chuck Berry's only No. 1 pop hit, of which we'll say no more), Bull Moose Jackson bragging about his "Big Ten Inch" (record, of course, as.
  9. A Steel Guitar and a Glass of Wine by Paul Anka "Just give me a steel guitar, a glass of wine And let me drink to a love I thought was mine A love I thought was true to me But now I'm drinkin' to her memory" You would think this was a country song by the title and lyrics. All that is .

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