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Evil Woman Blues


9 thoughts on “ Evil Woman Blues ”

  1. Faekree says:
    Evil Woman Lyrics: You made a fool of me, but them broken dreams have got to end / Hey woman, you got the blues / 'Cause you ain't got no one else to use / There's an open road that leads nowhere.
  2. Kazrashura says:
    This acoustic blues track by Johnny Shines was recorded in , but it got a bump in when Shines made a brief appearance in an offbeat horror film called The Velvet Vampire (credited as Johny Shines). He is seen playing at the beginning of the film shortly after a street predator makes the mistake of attacking and trying to rape femme fatale Diane LeFanu.
  3. Mojind says:
    Evil Woman Blues Lyrics: Time's going to come you'll want me back someday / Time's going to come you'll want me want me back someday / But you are evil woman you don't mean me no good at .
  4. Netaxe says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Shellac release of Evil Woman Blues / Keep A Knockin' An You Can't Get In on Discogs.5/5(1).
  5. Kagakazahn says:
    In , Guitar Nubbit recorded his first tracks for the small Bluestown Records label. His first single release was "Evil Woman Blues" backed with "Laura", which was recorded in his adopted hometown of Boston. This was swiftly followed by his most noteworthy .
  6. Sharg says:
    TAB by Peter Green.
  7. Arazilkree says:
    It was covered in by Black Sabbath and, as "Evil Woman", released as their first single. The song also appeared on the band's debut album, Black Sabbath, for the European edition later that year. "The Crow original is more uptempo than Sabbath's rendering," observed Sabbath fanzine editor Peter Scott. "The song comes across a lot happier and the vocals are delivered in a stronger, less Genre: Blues rock, hard rock.
  8. Tojind says:
    Among the most poignant and dogged statements are all-time favorites such as "I Can't Quit You Baby" by Otis Rush, "Devil Got My Woman" from Elmore James, "Evil Woman Blues" courtesy of Big Bill Broonzy, and "Baby Please Don't Go" by Mississippi Fred McDowell. In addition, you get two female retorts from Memphis Minnie and Barbara Carr. Perhaps 7/
  9. Tegami says:
    Apr 07,  · 14 videos Play all Aretha Franklin-Aretha Sings the Blues carmen ortiz gaitan Aretha Franklin - Dr. Feelgood - 3/6/ - Fillmore West (Official) - .

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