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Didn't It Rain

Didn't It Rain

Artist: Hugh Laurie

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Digital Album: $11.49
Didn't It Rain
Didn't It Rain

Artist: Hugh Laurie
$11.49   Buy Digital Album
DISK: 1
MP3
1. The St. Louis Blues
$1.29
2. Junkers Blues
$1.29
3. Kiss Of Fire
$1.29
4. Vicksburg Blues
$1.29
5. The Weed Smoker's Dream
$1.29
6. Wild Honey
$1.29
7. Send Me To The 'Lectric Chair
$1.29
8. Evenin'
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9. Didn't It Rain
$1.29
10. Careless Love
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11. One For My Baby
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12. I Hate A Man Like You
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13. Changes
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14. Unchain My Heart
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Wea/Warner Bros.
Rel. Date: 08/06/2013
UPC: 825646437610

More Info:

After the huge success of his debut album, Let Them Talk, on which he celebrated and revived classic material from the world of NOLA blues, Hugh Laurie presents his second album, Didn't It Rain. Didn't It Rain sees Hugh Laurie depart the sounds of New Orleans as he follows the trajectory of the blues upstream and into the American heartland. It includes songs dating back to early pioneers W.C. Handy ("St Louis. Blues") and Jelly Roll Morton ("I Hate A Man Like You") to more recent artists such as Dr. John ("Wild Honey") and Alan Price of The Animals ("Changes").

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