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lundi 30 juin 2014

The Blues Brothers - Briefcase Full Of Blues (Full Album)




The Blues Brothers - Briefcase Full Of Blues (Full Album)


    

Briefcase Full Of Blues is the first album by The Blues Brothers, released on November 28, 1978 by Atlantic Records. The album reached #1 on the Billboard 200 and went double platinum. Two singles were released, Rubber Biscuit which reached number 37 on the Billboard Hot 100 and Soul Man, which reached number 14.
The Blues Brothers originated as a Saturday Night Live skit, featuring Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi (1949-1982), and would eventually make the outstanding comedy film, The Blues Brothers. Sadly, Belushi died in 1982 from an accidental speedball overdose when he was only 33. Eventually, Aykroyd fond a replacement, in Brother "Zee" Blues, played by James "Jim" Belushi, the latter who is John Belushi's younger brother.
Track listing
1. Opening: I Can't Turn You Loose (Written By: Otis Redding) (0:00)
2. Hey Bartender (Written By: Floyd Dixon) (1:49)
3. Messin' With The Kid (Written By: Mel London) (4:50)
4. (I Got Everything I Need) Almost (Written By: Donnie Walsh) (8:26)
5. Rubber Biscuit (Written By: Charles Johnson and Adam R. Levy) (11:16)
6. Shot Guns Blues (Written By: Donnie Walsh) (14:14)
7. Groove Me (Written By: King Floyd) (19:38)
8. I Don't Know (Written By: Willie Mabon) (23:24)
9. Soul Man (Written By: Isaac Hayes and David Porter) (27:40)
10. "'B' Movie Box Car Blues" (Written By: Delbert McClinton) (31:08)
11. Flip, Flop, And Fly (Written By: Charles E. Calhoun and Lou Willie Turner) (35:16)
12. Closing: I Can't Turn You Loose (Written By: Otis Redding) (38:55)
All rights to Briefcase Full Of Blues belong to Atlantic Records. No money has been or will be made off of this album, as I am not trying to make a profit of any kind.