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Bobby Bland - The Anthology download mp3
  • Performer: Bobby Bland
  • Title: The Anthology
  • Category: Soul & Funk / Blues
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 2001
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes 665
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Bobby Bland - The Anthology download mp3

Tracklist Hide Credits

1-01 Lovin' Blues
Written-By – David Mattis*, Don Robey
1-02 It's My Life Baby
Written-By – Don Robey, Ferdinand Washington
1-03 I Woke Up Screaming
Written-By – Willie Lee Headen*
1-04 You've Got Bad Intentions
Written-By – Joseph Scott
1-05 I Smell Trouble
Written-By – Don Robey
1-06 Farther Up The Road
Written-By – Don Robey, Joe Veasey
1-07 Little Boy Blue
Written-By – LaCharles Harper*, Joseph Scott
1-08 I'm Not Ashamed
Written-By – Don Robey, Joseph Scott
1-09 I'll Take Care Of You
Written-By – Brook Benton
1-10 Lead Me On
Written-By – Deadric Malone
1-11 Cry, Cry, Cry
Written-By – Deadric Malone
1-12 I've Been Wrong So Long
Written-By – Deadric Malone, Ray Agee
1-13 I Pity The Fool
Written-By – Deadric Malone
1-14 Don't Cry No More
Written-By – Deadric Malone
1-15 Ain't That Lovin' You
Written-By – Deadric Malone
1-16 Who Will The Next Fool Be?
Written-By – Charlie Rich
1-17 Stormy Monday Blues
Written-By – Billy Eckstine, Earl Hines, Robert Crowder
1-18 Turn On Your Love Light
Written-By – Deadric Malone, Joseph Scott
1-19 Yield Not To Temptation
Written-By – Deadric Malone
1-20 36-22-36
Written-By – Deadric Malone
1-21 Call On Me
Written-By – Deadric Malone
1-22 That's The Way Love Is
Written-By – Deadric Malone
1-23 Ain't Nothing You Can Do
Written-By – Deadric Malone
1-24 Share Your Love With Me
Written-By – Al "TNT" Braggs, Deadric Malone
1.25 Blind Man
Written-By – Deadric Malone, Joseph Scott
1-26 Ain't Doin' Too Bad, Part 1
Written-By – Deadric Malone
1-27 These Hands (Small But Mighty)
Written-By – Deadric Malone
1-28 I'm Too Far Gone (To Turn Around)
Written-By – Belford Hendricks, Clyde Otis
1-29 Good Time Charlie, Part 1
Written-By – Deadric Malone, Gil Caple, Joseph Scott
2-01 Poverty
Written-By – Dave Clark , Pearl Woods
2-02 You're All I Need
Written-By – Pearl Woods
2-03 That Did It
Written-By – Dave Clark , Pearl Woods
2-04 Driftin' Blues
Written-By – Charles Brown, Eddie Williams , Johnny Moore
2-05 Save Your Love For Me
Written-By – Buddy Johnson
2-06 Rockin' In The Same Old Boat
Written-By – Deadric Malone
2-07 Ask Me 'Bout Nothing (But The Blues)
Written-By – Deadric Malone, Henry Boozier
2-08 Chains Of Love
Written-By – Ahmet Ertegun
2-09 If You Got A Heart
Written-By – Deadric Malone
2-10 Do What You Set Out To Do
Written-By – Deadric Malone
2-11 Goin' Down Slow
Written-By – James B. Oden
2-12 This Time I'm Gone For Good
Written-By – Deadric Malone, Oscar Perry
2-13 Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City
Written-By – Dan Walsh, Michael Price
2-14 I Wouldn't Treat A Dog (The Way You Treated Me)
Written-By – Dan Walsh, Michael Omartian, Michael Price, Steve Barri
2-15 Yolanda
Written-By – Daniel Moore
2-16 I Take It On Home
Written-By – Kenny O'Dell
2-17 It Ain't The Real Thing
Written-By – Dan Walsh, Michael Price
2-18 Let The Good Times Roll
Written-By – Fleecie Moore, Sam Theard
2-19 The Soul Of A Man
Written-By – Al "TNT" Braggs, Bobby Bland
2-20 Soon As The Weather Breaks
Written-By – Bobby Bland, Margie Evans, Vee Pea
2-21 Recess In Heaven
Written-By – Joyce Stiger, Vee Pea

Credits

  • Bass – Hamp Simmons (tracks: 1-02 to 1-05, 1-07 to 1-26), Phil Upchurch (tracks: 2-08)
  • Drums – Earl Forest (tracks: 1-01), Harrel Porter (tracks: 2-07 to 2-09), John Jabo Starks (tracks: 1-09 to 1-26, 1-29), Sonny Freeman (tracks: 1-02 to 1-08)
  • Guitar – Clarence Holliman* (tracks: 1-03 to 1-05, 1-07, 1-08), Pat Hare (tracks: 1-06), Roy Gaines (tracks: 1-02), Wayne Bennet (tracks: 1-09 to 1-26, 1-29, 2-04, 2-07, 2-08)
  • Piano – Connie Mack Booker (tracks: 1-02 to 1-05), Johnny Ace (tracks: 1-01), Johnny Young (tracks: 2-08), Skippy Brooks (tracks: 1-17 to 1-22, 1-24, 1-26), Teddy Reynolds (tracks: 1-07 to 1-16, 1-23, 1-25)
  • Producer – Clyde Otis (tracks: 1-28)
  • Saxophone – Adolph "Billy" Duncan (tracks: 1-01), Bill Harvey (tracks: 1-02 to 1-04, 1-06), Bobby Forte (tracks: 1-25, 1-26), Clifford Scott (tracks: 1-23), Jimmy Beck (tracks: 1-15, 1-16, 1-18 to 1-23, 1-26), Johnny Board (tracks: 1-15, 1-16, 1-18 to 1-23, 1-26, 2-08), Rayfield Devers (tracks: 1-07 to 1-16, 1-18), Robert Skinner (tracks: 1-09 to 1-14)
  • Trombone – Pluma Davis (tracks: 1-02 to 1-04, 1-09 to 1-16, 1-18, 1-20 to 1-23)
  • Trumpet – Henry Boozier (tracks: 2-07), Joseph Scott (tracks: 1-02 to 1-04, 1-07 to 1-16, 1-18 to 1-23, 1-29, 2-04, 2-08, 2-09), Melvin Jackson (tracks: 1-09 to 1-16, 1-18, 1-20 to 1-23, 1-25, 1-26)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 008811259624

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
088 112 596-2 Bobby Bland The Anthology ‎(2xCD, Comp, Club) MCA Records 088 112 596-2 US 2001
Comments: (1)
Blackbrand
Beginning as a blues shouter and cutting his first record in 1951, the year I was born, Bobbly ‘Blue’ Bland, never content to be a one trick pony, developed an intelligent gospel inspired crying blues and R&B style that was both balanced and refined, understanding the need for emotional grace and reverence, and achieved this by gliding through his songs, giving them a sense of breath, and bestowed those numbers with the musical character known as melisma; being able to move between several different notes in succession. This gave Bobby more than an edge over other singers of the time, certainly making him one of the slow-dance artists I always turned to, feeling that his smooth sophistication and elegance might just rub off on me.This is a stunning collection of songs who’s style is still emulated by contemporary R&B artists, proving that just because it’s fresh and new, doesn’t mean it’s original. And while I’d love to give Mr. Triple B all of the credit, he did manage to assemble amazing backing bands that both understood and appreciated what Bobby was trying to achieve, moving him further on up the road with melodies and musical textures never considered in pop music before ... making him perhaps the greatest singer to emerge from the Memphis scene. Bobby, unlike Elvis, filled his songs with grownup emotions, genuine frailties, and achievable dreams solidly based in the landscape of the times, filled with a power that didn’t so much demand the listener’s attention, more rapturing the souls of all those within listening distance, stopping them in their tracks, and carving out special moments in time that I’ll remember for my entire life. I once read a description of Bobby’s music [to the effect of being] not for the restless, the hormonal adolescents of the suburbs, but for the black working classes and the troubles that visited their lives. And for that reason, standing in the back of a packed Philadelphia, South Street theater on a Wednesday night, I felt both truly inspired and grateful to be hearing this music in a genuine black atmosphere, with appropriate black responses of revelation and joyous rejuvenation.This is R&B with singular longevity, and a compilation well worth your time and consideration. I seldom suggest this, but discovering Bobby ‘Blue’ Bland, or simply setting out to develop am outstanding collection of his music, can easily, and most desirably achieved through several compilations, those being: The “3B” Blues Boy, The Blues years; 1952 - 1959, The Voice: Duke Recordings 1959 - 69, the 2001 The Anthology, and the 2007 The Definitive Collection.Review by Jenell Kesler
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