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A crushingly loud interpretation of blues rock fused with modern R&B stylings and soul. Mixed acoustic and electric instrumentation influenced by Texas road house blues, dirty electric guitars and a supercharged emotional delivery.
Sultry, soulful female vocals spin a tale of heartache over dark piano and melancholic guitar. A supercharged emotional delivery combines blues roots with R&B stylings. You had it all and now its gone. Tell me why baby, can't you just be true?
View LyricsTakin' out my blue dress, baby Yeah--feelin' a little blue today Gon' take out my blue dress baby Oh yeah You know it used to turn yo' head Yeah--here you'd come a-runnin', babe--so tell me Why, why, baby--tell me Why, why, baby--tell me Why.... why can't just you be true? You know, you know, you know, you know-- I'll be blue in the morning Blue all through the night Yeah---you got me blue in the morning And all night long You know I gave you all my good lovin' All my lovin'--just for you--so tell me Why, why, baby--tell me Why, why, baby--tell me Why you gotta' do what you do? Why, why, baby--tell me Why, why, baby--tell me Why.... why can't just you be true?
Good ol' fashion blues rock. Screaming guitar licks, wailing harmonica and solos over the top of a plodding bassline will take you right back to the glory days. A solid shuffle drumbeat sets the groove and mood to lead you through a classic blues experience.
A melancholy electric guitar melody will tug at your heart strings as you wind through this laid back, passionate blues excursion. Minimal drums allow space for the guitar to sing through your heartbreak.
Can you feel it? Solo male vocals accompanied by female background singers put this song right in the pocket. Blues guitar licks over a funky bassline, smoky saxophone, wailing organ and smooth drums give a feeling of freedom and sunshine.
Craig William Poole (ASCAP) 50%, Joslyn Poole (ASCAP) 50%
Screaming blues guitar leads, fat bass, and rockin' drums set the scene for you to let your hair down and head bang to the beat! Roll up to the bar and park your hog on the street! Smoke swirls as you order your whiskey. The girl next to you gives you a seductive wink so you buy her a round. The guitars are wailing behind you and in an instant you have forgotten about the girl and are focused on the man with the guitar!
Dark, brooding, swinging blues. Sparse drum, bass and light hearted guitar licks give color to an easygoing groove. The slide guitar jumps in and out giving a feeling that everything's gonna be just fine.
A swingin', uptempo beat and a classic blues lick on the bass set the scene for the party to start. The drinks are cheap and the music is excellent. Energetic guitar riffs fill the room with the groove, so stick around awhile and enjoy yourself!
Swelling B3 organ with syncopated hits on the turn around and tight drums with a 16th note hi hat feel set the mood. Funky bass keeps things light hearted and fun with an upbeat, scratchy guitar lead with syncopated hits. You'll feel the groove and want to get out and move. Put this tune on the radio and get out in the sun.
Wailing guitars are reinforced by a screaming organ. A walking bass line accompanied by the piano make this a blues treat. Tasteful licks and a down south feel of classic blues rock drive the track home.
A smooth mix of jazz saxophone, bluesy organ stabs and drums shape a winding groove. Slow moving dobro and guitar create a sparse, laidback feel that you will get lost in. Wind down and around while the saxophone recounts the pleasures of life, as well as its darker side.