The Hard Way - Студийный альбом от William Clarke. В альбом вошло 13 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 54:53. THE WILLIAM CLARKE BLUES BAND ~ deal the cards ~ recorded live 1987. K05William Clarke Band Lose Your Life William Clarke Drinking By Myself Relaxing Blues & Rock Music Monday Tunes HiFi (4K).
Album · 1996 · 13 Songs. Now That You're Gone. The Early Years, Vol. 1. 2008.
William Clarke still remains the most influential person for blues harp players even now after his sudden death in 1996. His musical career began at 70s and in 90s he recorded four excellent CDs on Alligator. The last album - The Hard Way was released just before his death. Coincidence is that Clarke recorded dead march at the beginning of one Hard Way's track. The Hard Way differs from previous albums mainly by increased jazz influence in a fusion with his well-known swinging and jumping blues. Most titles are played on chromatic harp
KBPS stands for kilobits per second and the number of KBPS represents the audio quality of the MP3s. Here's the range of quality: 128 kbps good, 192 kbps great, 256 kbps awesome and 320 kbps perfect. Serious Intentions 1992. Blowin' Like Hell 1990. Now That You're Gone 2003.
The Hard Way is the fourth studio album by Steve Earle (back by The Dukes), released in 1990. It was dedicated to Emilio Lorenzo Ensenat (1930). All songs written by Steve Earle unless otherwise noted. The Other Kind" - 5:09. Promise You Anything" - 2:43 (Earle, Maria McKee, Patrick Sugg). Esmeralda's Hollywood" - 6:01 (Earle, Maria McKee). Hopeless Romantics" - 2:45. This Highway's Mine (Roadmaster)" - 3:54. Billy Austin" - 6:16. Justice in Ontario" - 4:47.
Biography by Steve Huey. The heir apparent to Chicago's legacy of amplified blues harmonica, William Clarke was the first original new voice on his instrument to come along in quite some time; he became a sensation in blues circle. ead Full Biography.
11 tracks · 30 July 1990. 12 tracks · 20 March 1992. The Hard Way. Play album. 13 tracks · 16 July 1996. Tip of the Top. 15 tracks · 19 February 1972.