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DJ since Dec 19, 2008
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terryfreedman The very best version of this song, from the film The Girl Can't Help It. Minimalist to say the least, and so very powerful.
carlosvaz gave props on Jul 26 at 11:55 am
terryfreedman I think I like this better than the whitesnake version: more feeling somehow
jprsantos gave props on Mar 26 at 5:33 pm
terryfreedman James Brown in his usual inexhaustible style, singing a song with deep and meaningful lyrics....
SteveLee gave props on Feb 19 at 11:47 pm
bronco_bob gave props on Feb 19 at 3:11 pm
terryfreedman totally fantastic version. Two guitar masters playing off -- and against! -- each other.
carlosvaz gave props on Feb 16 at 3:58 pm
joecar gave props on Jan 30 at 5:06 pm
terryfreedman good, gritty stuf. Featured in Our Frieds in the North -- very apt.
vjack gave props on Dec 25 at 4:31 am
terryfreedman I was never big on folk, but Denny's voice was just too ethereal to ignore. Such a tragedy to die so young: who knows what else she might have done?
leoncych gave props on Dec 23 at 2:24 pm
terryfreedman Traditional folk song, with a modern touch. Must find out: was this a true story?
leoncych gave props on Dec 23 at 2:22 pm
terryfreedman Love Bonnie's voice. Sacrilege, I know, but I think this is almost as good as the original
theok gave props on Dec 22 at 3:35 pm
terryfreedman Classic Muddy Waters. Raw, powerful, great riff, great lyrics, great participation. It doesn't get much better than this. Turn up the volume 2 the max
mary_D gave props on Dec 22 at 3:27 pm
terryfreedman A good pop-jazz interpretation of the Gospel classic. Reissued in the UK several times, it first came to my attention in 1971. Still sounds as fresh.
mary_D gave props on Dec 20 at 2:42 pm
terryfreedman Everything about this song of unrequited love is brilliant. But all is summed up in "and when she passes he smiles, but she doesn't see." Tragic.
rosetopal gave props on Dec 20 at 2:42 pm
terryfreedman Not really a blues song in the usual sense, but the guitar work more than compensates. Don't listen if you just broke up with someone.
carlosvaz gave props on Dec 20 at 2:40 am
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