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"Live" On Beale Street


Download links and information about "Live" On Beale Street by Bobby " Blue " Bland. This album was released in 1998 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 59:26 minutes.

Artist: Bobby " Blue " Bland
Release date: 1998
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues
Tracks: 19
Duration: 59:26
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No. Title Length
1. Intro, Bobby Bland Orchestra (Live) (featuring Bobby Bare) 1:27
2. When Your Love Is Not Around (Live) (featuring Bobby Bare) 1:26
3. That's the Way Love Is (Live) (featuring Bobby Bare) 3:19
4. Love of Mine (Live) (featuring Bobby Bare) 3:00
5. As Soon As the Weather Breaks (Live) (featuring Bobby Bare) 5:45
6. Further On Up the Road (Live) (featuring Bobby Bare) 1:29
7. I Pity the Fool (Live) (featuring Bobby Bare) 1:09
8. Ain't No Sunshine When She's Gone (Live) (featuring Bobby Bare) 6:12
9. St. James Infimary (Live) (featuring Bobby Bare) 2:20
10. I'll Take Care of You (Live) (featuring Bobby Bare) 4:32
11. Get Your Money Where You Spend Your Time (Live) (featuring Bobby Bare) 5:07
12. You've Got to Hurt Before You Heal (Live) (featuring Bobby Bare) 4:11
13. Sunday Morning Love (Live) (featuring Bobby Bare) 3:21
14. If You're Gonna' Walk On My Love (Live) (featuring Bobby Bare) 1:56
15. Bobby Rush, Johnnie Taylor Introduction (Rap Live) (featuring Bobby Bare) 4:05
16. Stormy Monday (Live) (featuring Bobby Bare) 4:25
17. Double Trouble / She's Puttin' Somethin' In My Food (Live) (featuring Bobby Bare) 1:35
18. Members Only (Live) (featuring Bobby Bare) 2:48
19. 24 Hours of the Day (Live) (featuring Bobby Bare) 1:19



Recorded live at the New Daisy Theater with Bland's regular working road band, this captures him in fine form, bringing together old favorites with some other numbers for a heady blend. When called for, the old Joe Scott heavy horn-laden arrangements are summoned up on tunes like "St. James Infirmary," "Farther on Up the Road," "That's the Way Love Is," "I Pity the Fool," and "I'll Take Care of You" with consummate ease. But even more telling is how effortlessly and seamlessly material like Buddy Ace's "Love of Mine," "Members Only," "Soon as the Weather Breaks," and Bill Withers' "Ain't No Sunshine" and "Get Your Money Where You Spend Your Time" meshes with the old standbys. A lengthy slow blues medley brings guest appearances from Johnnie Taylor and Bobby Rush on "Stormy Monday," but the real star here is Bland himself. He's in good voice and good humor, and this makes a fine addition to his stack of latter-day recordings.