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Artist: Soul Connection. Category: Funk, Soul. Name: Why Am I Supposed To Cry, The Funky Blues. Quality: flac, wma, aac, ogg. Download FREE: Soul Connection - Why Am I Supposed To Cry, The Funky Blues MP3 version. 135 downloads at 29 mb/s. Soul Connection - Why Am I Supposed To Cry, The Funky Blues FLAC version. 567 downloads at 37 mb/s. Descriptions: Tracklist. A. Why Am I Supposed To Cry. 3:45. Laura Branigan - How Am I Supposed To Live Without You. Ripple - A Funky Song. Funky Brass Project - Funky Music. Roy Brown - Hunky Funky Woman, Mail Man Blues. Dave Meadows - I'm Not Supposed To. Van Belle - Funky Funky. Ron Thompson - Magic Sam - Magic Blues Genius.
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This is just totally classic. McGriff fronts a classic blues band setup with a perfectly balanced brass section and a swinging rhythm section.
Album What the World Needs Now Is Love. Who Am I Supposed To Love Lyrics. I've been alone too long Wondering how to go on Without you here by my side So many lonely nights Only memories keeping me alive It never crossed my mind So much would take me to you and I I could have known you wouldn't stay Now it's a lonely day It used to be your love lifting me away.
But when he moved from Verve to Roulette a few years later, he modified his version of the big-band blues for his first album with the label. Roulette owner Morris Levy was interested in crossover potential - he had recently hit number one in 1957 with the folk-pop singer Jimmie Rodgers - and he had Williams record an album of lush ballads with strings arranged by swing veteran Jimmy Mundy. Vocal fans thinking of Frank Sinatra as arranged by Gordon Jenkins instead of Billy May will be well on their way to imagining the sound of A Man Ain't Supposed to Cr.
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