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NRBQ - Music's Been Good to You album mp3
  • Performer:
    NRBQ
  • Title:
    Music's Been Good to You
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  • Date of release:
    August 6, 2002
  • Recording date:
    December 27, 1975 - June, 2001
  • Duration:
    47:09
  • Size FLAC version
    1402 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1858 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1993 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    243
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Your Nice People You Are (Rounder, 1997) Gotta Be Loose (Rounder, 1998) Ridin' In My Car (Rounder, 1999) NRBQ (Rounder, 1999) Atsa My Band (Big Notes, 2002) Music's Been Good To You (Big Notes). Translation by/ Tradotto da xxx). Se sei interessato a tradurre questo testo, contattami. What is unique about this music database.

NRBQ at Jim Porter's Good Time Emporium, Louisville, KY, October 24, 2014 Left to right: Bobby Lloyd Hicks, Terry Adams, Casey McDonough and Scott Ligon. After the Halloween engagement at Shank Hall in Milwaukee in 2004, NRBQ went on hiatus. Adams had developed stage 4 throat cancer. In their nearly 50-year history, NRBQ's records have been released by many record companies, including Columbia Records, Kama Sutra Records, Mercury Records, Virgin Records, Rhino Entertainment, Rounder Records, and more. Their song "Get That Gasoline Blues" (on Kama Sutra) reached No. 70 in 1974 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. NRBQ (sometimes known as "The Yellow Album") (Rounder) 1999. Atsa My Band (Edisun) 2002.

NRBQ have been one of America's great rock & roll bands since they emerged in the late Sixties, but given their checkered recording career - nothing approaching a hit, several short stays at major labels and a longer tenure at their own Red Rooster imprint - and a sense of creative wanderlust that strains the boundaries of the word "eclectic," pulling. out an album that will convince a novice listener of the Q's greatness has been something of a challenge. Thankfully, Rhino compiled a near perfect NRBQ sampler with Peek-A-Boo: The Best of NRBQ 1969-1989.

Fairly early on, the synchronicity among the quartet was apparent; it was if they'd been playing together forever, and the music excelled as a result. The songwriting was getting better, too: Al Anderson, Terry Adams, and Joey Spampinato were dividing the chores, but never losing the group's cohesiveness. At times, Adams' songs would be a little too goofy, and Spampinato's heartfelt pop might dip into saccharine sweetness now and again, but never so much that it becomes a huge problem

Condition: Very Good. Time left: 2d 18h 5m 26s. Ships to: Worldwide. NRBQ Peek A Boo CD Long Box Only - No Disc - No CD Condition: Very Good. Time left: 6d 8h 6m 20s. The best album by NRBQ is At Yankee Stadium which is ranked number 22505 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 48. NRBQ album bestography. Higher ranked (22,505th) This album (28,126th) Lower ranked (34,866th) At Yankee Stadium Peek-A-Boo: Best Of NRBQ 1969-1989 Wild Weekend. NRBQ - If I Don't Have You (Alternate Version) (1990). NRBQ - Howard Johnson's Got His HoJo Workin'. Peek-A-Boo: Best Of NRBQ 1969-1989 track list. No tracks have been rated on this album yet.

Veteran pop/rock band NRBQ have been playing for thirty years, building a large and loyal worldwide following. The band is fearlessly eclectic, mixing elements of free jazz with pure pop, country, R&B, and virtually every other form of American popular music. The band has earned its cult following by playing all of these genres convincingly, without ever taking themselves too seriously. Former guitarist and singer Al Anderson was able to freely mix wicked country picking with sonic explorations that would be right at home coming from Sun Ra Arkestra sax player John Gilmore.

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Credits

Donn Adams - Composer, Trombone
Terry Adams - Clavinet, Composer, Piano, Poetry, Vocals
Lou Albano - Vocals
Don Allen - Percussion
Chris Andersen - Engineer
Al Anderson - Composer, Guitar, Vocals
Tom Ardolino - Drums, Vocals
Jimmy Bennett - Engineer
Chuck Berry - Composer
J. Butwell - Composer
Frank Churchill - Composer
Walter Donaldson - Composer
Lamont Dozier - Composer
Dave Gordon - Trumpet
David Greenberger - Art Direction, Design
Edward Haber - Engineer
Tyrone Hill - Trombone
Brian Holland - Composer
Joe Interlande - Engineer
Tom Mark - Engineer
Toby Mountain - Mastering
NRBQ - Primary Artist
Bill Scheniman - Engineer
Joey Spampinato - Composer, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Bass), Vocals
Johnny Spampinato - Guitar, Trumpet, Vocals
Keith Spring - Sax (Tenor)
Alan Stockwell - Editing Engineer
Mark Tanzer - Engineer
George A. Whiting - Composer

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Program Them Computers Terry Adams NRBQ 0:19
2 Don't Talk About My Music Donn Adams NRBQ 3:19
3 Groovy Cafe Terry Adams NRBQ 0:51
4 Baseball in Baltimore Joey Spampinato NRBQ 1:17
5 Girl Scout Cookies Terry Adams NRBQ 2:46
6 Whistle While You Work Frank Churchill NRBQ 3:29
7 Santa's Birthday Terry Adams NRBQ 1:40
8 Still in School Joey Spampinato NRBQ 2:18
9 Dig NRBQ 4:09
10 I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch) Lamont Dozier / Brian Holland NRBQ 3:06
11 Woman With a Shovel J. Butwell NRBQ 2:55
12 My Blue Heaven Walter Donaldson / George A. Whiting NRBQ 3:07
13 Advice for Teenagers Terry Adams / Joey Spampinato NRBQ 2:49
14 Just Creep Terry Adams NRBQ 5:08
15 I Love Her She Loves Me Joey Spampinato NRBQ 2:16
16 Pawpunch NRBQ 0:49
17 Captain Lou Terry Adams / Al Anderson NRBQ 2:27
18 Havana Moon Chuck Berry NRBQ 4:24