Trouble No More - The Feel More Band - One (CDr, Album)


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2006
Label: Not On Label - none • Format: CDr Album • Country: France • Genre: Rock • Style: Southern Rock, Blues Rock


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  1. The Allman Brothers Band Duane Allman – slide and lead guitars Dickey Betts – lead guitar Gregg Allman – organ, lead vocals Berry Oakley – bass guitar.
  2. Trouble No More: The Bootleg Series Vol. 13, screamed onto the open market today and it is one AWESOME collection of songs from Dylan's concerts between and Having been teased with snippets and samples for the past month, I could not wait for this day to come/5().
  3. About Trouble No More "Trouble No More" is an upbeat blues song first recorded by Muddy Waters in It is a variation on "Someday Baby Blues," recorded by Sleepy John Estes in The song was a hit in , reaching number seven in the Billboard R&B chart. The Allman Brothers Band further popularized the song with recordings in the late.
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  5. "Trouble No More" is an upbeat blues song first recorded by Muddy Waters in It is a variation on "Someday Baby Blues", recorded by Sleepy John Estes in The song was a hit in , reaching number seven in the Billboard R&B chart. The Allman Brothers Band further popularized the song with recordings in the late s and s.
  6. Nov 04,  · The track appears twice on Trouble No More, as an intimate rehearsal midway through the tour and a full-band performance on its very last night, before he took a three-year break from live shows.
  7. But you don't do me no good. But someday baby, you ain't gonna trouble, Poor me, anymore. I know you're leaving, If you call that's gone. Oh without my lovin' yeah, Oh, you can't stay long. Someday baby, you ain't gonna trouble, Poor me, anymore. Well good bye baby, Yeah well take my hand. I don't want no woman no, Who can't have no man.
  8. Trouble No More – The Bootleg Series Vol. 13 / is released by Columbia Records and Legacy Recordings on November 3. Uncut has covered this period before – in a mammoth.
  9. Trouble No More, John Mellencamp's first covers album, came together rather quickly, following his performance of Robert Johnson's "Stones in My Passway" at a tribute concert for the late Billboard editor Timothy biapaiconsumpressden.mulosatizootinafimenumdeli.co all accounts, it was one of the highlights of the show, and it lead to this quickly recorded collection of covers. In a little over two weeks, Mellencamp and his band .

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