Delmore Brothers - Sweet Sweet Thing / Prisoner's Farewell album FLAC
This was probably the Delmore brothers best known songs. on an LP) One other odd thing there most famous song (Blue Stay Away From Me) is normally in the key of E, but on this LP it is in E. t appears to be the same take just slower
The Delmore Brothers - Prisoner's Farewell şarkısının sözlerini bu sayfada görebilir ve şarkıyı dinleyebilirsiniz. The Delmore Brothers sanatçısına ait en popüler şarkı sözlerini bu sitede. A letter dear and from a prisoner Don't shed a tear when I am gone I've troubled you too much already I hate to leave you all alone. As if in dreams I see you smiling Your pretty eyes are like a song You warned my darling now I'm pining You knew that I was doing wrong. Outside the shadows now are fading They circle me complete my life I'll soon be gone and when I'm dying I'll think of you and pay the price. I hear the guard outside my window And on his rounds he seems so slow It seems he's trying me to comfort It seems he hates to see me go. Please take this.
Just the Same Sweet Thing to Me. 2:29. 8. Baby You're Throwing Me Down. Delmore Brothers Volume 2, CD D. 1978. The Very Best Of. 1997. Fine Singing of Wonderful Sacred Country Songs.
The Delmore Brothers were an American vocal and instrumental (fiddle, guitar) duo, consisting of brothers Alton and Rabon Delmore. Rabon played the four string tenor guitar and in most cases sang the harmony. Alton played the standard six string Spanish guitar and sang lead. In the 1940's and 1950's, they were represented on King Records (3). Their output included such songs as "Blues Stay Away From Me," "Prisoner's Farewell," "Midnight Special" and "Pan American Boogie," among others. In 1952 Rabon died of lung cancer, after which Alton suffered a heart attack, the loss of his father and his daughter Susan, all within a three-year period.
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Sweet Thing" is one of the songs included on Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison's 1968 acclaimed second album Astral Weeks. It was on the first side of the album, that was under the heading: In the Beginning. The song was later used in 1971 as the American B-side to Morrison's single "Blue Money". Sweet Thing" was written by Morrison, aged . 2-23, after he had met his future wife Janet while on tour in the US in 1966 and during the year of separation after he returned to Belfast.
Discover all The Delmore Brothers's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Blues Stay Away From Me by The Sweet Inspirations (1967). Blues Stay Away From Me by Floyd Cramer (1960). Blues Stay Away From Me by Pat Boone and Shirley Boone (1962).
Delmore Brothers lyrics: 'Blues Stay Away From Me', 'Brown's Ferry Blues', 'Freight Train Boogie', 'Standing On The Mountain', 'Nashville Blues'. Blues Stay Away From Me. Brown's Ferry Blues. Freight Train Boogie. Standing On The Mountain. Remember I Feel Lonesome Too. S. Sand Mountain Blues. Someday You'll Pay.
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Written-By – Jim Scott
Written-By – Jim Scott
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 1774
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 1772
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 1774
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 1772