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  1. Read and write album reviews for No Escape from the Blues: The Electric Lady Sessions - James Blood Ulmer on AllMusic.
  2. Sep 09,  · NO ESCAPE FROM THE BLUES. Categories: Blues, Music. Release Date: September 9, Description. This recording already has my vote for blues album of the year. It is a perfect synergy of old and new, proving the point that the blues is not an old musty genre.
  3. Feb 05,  · No Escape From The Blues Written-By – Charles Edward Williams (2), McKinley Morganfield: Satisfy (Story Of My Life) Written-By – James Blood Ulmer: Trouble In Mind Tambura – John Kruth Written-By – R.M. Jones* The Blues Had A Baby And Called It Rock N Roll Written-By – B. McGhee*, McKinley Morganfield: /5(4).
  4. --You know, I know --Come on (Let the good times roll) --Bright lights, big city --No escape from the blues --Satisfy (The story of my life) --Trouble in mind --The blues had a baby and they called it rock 'n' roll. Responsibility: James Blood Ulmer.
  5. Well someone made a mistake When they said life was a bowl of fruit You know I had to go downtown And pawn my last suit You know I was born to lose For me there ain't no escape from the blues You know I haven't seen or heard from my woman Since the last day I got paid She said son if you ain't got no money I ain't gonna hang around and be your maid Well you know I was born to lose For me there .
  6. With No Escape from the Blues, however, free jazz doesn't seem to be on Ulmer's mind these days. The brainchild of producer and guitarist Vernon Reid, the album places Ulmer's guitar and gravelly but trembling voice in a wide range of blues-based styles, from Delta blues to Hendrix-style jams.
  7. Watch the video for No Escape from the Blues from Muddy Waters's King Of The Electric Blues for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via .
  8. For me there ain't no escape from the blues. You know I haven't seen or heard from my woman. Since the last day I got paid. She said son if you ain't got no money. I ain't gonna hang around and be your maid. Well you know I was born to lose. For me there ain't no escape from the blues.
  9. The gorgeous version of Muddy Waters’ “No Escape From the Blues,” and the haunted, lonely version of “Trouble in Mind” (complete with fills by Reid on electric sitar and Gruenbaum on Fender Rhodes piano) set up for a killer finish, with a barrelhouse read of “ The Blues Had a Baby and Called It Rock N Roll.”.

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