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The Holmes Brothers - Righteous: The Essential Collection (2002)

20-04-2015, 13:06
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The Holmes Brothers - Righteous: The Essential Collection (2002)

Artist: The Holmes Brothers
Album: Righteous: The Essential Collection
Year Of Release: 2002
Label: Rounder / Umgd
Genre: Blues, Gospel
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Format: MP3 | FLAC
Total Time: 01:14:19
Total Size: 170 mb | 474 mb


01. Got Myself Together
02. Promised Land
03. When Something Is Wrong With My Baby
04. Fannie Mae
05. The New and Improved Me
06. I Surrender All
07. Train Song
08. None But the Righteous
09. Dashboard Bar
10. Don't Spare Your Sword
11. I've Been a Loser
12. Please Don't Hurt Me
13. The Final Round
14. There Goes My Everything
15. There's a Train
16. And I Love Her
17. Walk in the Light

The Holmes Brothers are an American musical trio originally from Christchurch, Virginia. Mixing sounds from blues, soul, gospel, country, and rhythm & blues, they have released twelve studio albums, with three reaching the top 5 on the Billboard Blues Albums chart. They have gained a following by playing regularly at summer folk, blues, gospel, and jazz festivals. They’ve recorded with Van Morrison, Peter Gabriel, Odetta, Phoebe Snow, Willie Nelson, Freddie Roulette, Rosanne Cash, Levon Helm and Joan Osborne, and have gigged all over the world—including performing for President Bill Clinton. They won the Blues Music Award from the Memphis-based Blues Foundation for Band of the Year in 2005 and for the Soul Blues Album of the Year in 2008. USA Today calls The Holmes Brothers’ music "Rootsy R&B, gospel and country. They are glorious, full of soul and surprises." The New Yorker says, “The Holmes Brothers are capable of awesome achievements.” National Public Radio adds, “Their voices are rough enough for a juke joint and smooth enough for church.”

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