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My Hands Are Tied - Al Kooper - Black Coffee

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  1. Back On My Feet Lyrics: Kooper / Now I’ve had a hard life / I been through two wives / And I’ve lived where the rats run wild / But now I’m much better and I’m writin’ this letter / Just.
  2. /07/30 ( ALBUM TITLE ) Am I Wrong / Al Kooper Black Coffee Going Going Gone / Al Kooper Black Coffee You Can't Always Get What You Want / Rolling My Hands Are Tied / Al.
  3. Black Coffee is Al Kooper's first new recording of solo material in more than 30 years. While Kooper, rock music's most infamous polymath, has never been entirely idle (he has continued to sporadically produce, write, arrange, perform, and hustle), he has been living in semi-retirement in Nash Vegas since the s and this is a major re-entry.
  4. Oct 06,  · His first solo effort in 30 years, Black Coffee finds Kooper returning to those horn-driven soul riffs and sharp lyrics that made Child Is Father To The Man a breakthrough album. His voice may not be what it once was, but there is no one who ever came close to doing this kind of thing as well as Kooper, and this CD shows he can still cut it/5(5).
  5. Здесь вы можете слушать песни Al Kooper онлайн и бесплатно, вы можете прослушать альбомы Al Kooper: White Chocolate, Black Coffee, New York City (You're a Woman), Rekooperation, Championship Wrestling, Act Like Nothing's Wrong, Naked Songs, You Never Know Who Your Friends Are, Kooper Session: Al Kooper Introduces Shuggie Otis.
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  7. black coffee - favored nations - fn (usa) My Hands Are Tied/Am I Wrong/How My Ever Gonna Get Over You/ Going Going Gone/Keep It To Yourself/Get Ready/Imaginary Lover/ Green Onions(Live)/Another Man’s Prize/ Childish Love/ Got My Ion Hue/ Just 4 A Thrill/ Comin’ Back In a Cadillac(Live)/(I Want You To) Tell Me The Truth.
  8. Appropriately dubbing them The Funky Faculty, Al began to perform regularly with his scholarly pals, both in the U.S. and abroad. The Funky Faculty appears on several of the studio recordings on Black Coffee, Al cutting the band live without overdubs to preserve the spontaneity of their.
  9. Jim: "My Hands Are Tied", is a great song. How did it come about? Al: I started doing "You Can't Always Get What You Want" in live and really enjoyed singing it. Thought I should write something like that so I could enjoy singing my own song. It owes a lot to the Stones "Sticky Fingers" era and my band, The Funky Faculty, played it just.

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