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Blues Run the Game

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Download links and information about Blues Run the Game by Jackson C. Frank. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Blues, Rock, World Music, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 43 tracks with total duration of 02:13:19 minutes.

Artist: Jackson C. Frank
Release date: 2002
Genre: Blues, Rock, World Music, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk
Tracks: 43
Duration: 02:13:19
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Blues Run the Game 3:31
2. Don't Look Back 2:57
3. Kimbie 3:13
4. Yellow Walls 2:59
5. Here Come the Blues 4:00
6. Milk and Honey 3:36
7. My Name Is Carnival 3:44
8. Dialogue 3:17
9. Just Like Anything 2:21
10. You Never Wanted Me 3:07
11. Blues Run the Game (Single Version) 2:47
12. Can't Get Away from My Love 2:48
13. Marlene 4:54
14. Marcy's Song 4:28
15. The Visit 4:56
16. Prima Donna of Swans 5:13
17. Relations 3:51
18. Cover Me With Roses 2:17
19. Cryin' Like a Baby 3:33
20. Spanish Moss 3:50
21. Have You Seen the Unicorns 0:35
22. Goodbye to My Loving You 3:58
23. October 4:04
24. Mystery 2:34
25. I Don't Want to Love You No More 2:37
26. Child Fixin' to Die 2:57
27. Halloween Is Black As Night 2:44
28. Night of the Blues (Version 1) 2:01
29. (Tumble) In the Wind (Version 1) 2:38
30. Bull Men 2:12
31. Maria Spanish Rose 2:47
32. Singing Sailors 2:45
33. The Spectre 1:59
34. Half the Distance 2:35
35. Night of the Blues (Version 2) 3:48
36. (Tumble) In the Wind (Version 2) 3:07
37. Last Month of the Year 2:57
38. Ananias 1:33
39. Borrow Love and Go 2:07
40. Washington Jail 2:35
41. Jesse James 3:03
42. In the Pines 3:29
43. On My Way to Canaan Land 2:52

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Ten songs from Jackson C. Frank's legendary (and rare) self-titled mid-'60s album, including "Blues Run the Game," "Here Come the Blues," "Milk and Honey," and "You Never Wanted Me," as well as five previously unreleased tracks from 1975. The '60s tracks are perhaps not as stunning as some have been led to believe, sounding a bit naive and dated, but at their best have an appealingly moody, troubadour feel. The songs from the '70s, also performed solo on acoustic guitar, are surprisingly worthwhile; similar in quality to the ones from the previous decade, they're very much of a piece with his '60s work.