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  1. Blues, Songs and Ballads is a song collection combining two albums that Tom Rush recorded in (Got a Mind to Ramble and Blues, Songs and Ballads) on a single CD. Rush plays acoustic guitar, accompanied only by Fritz Richmond on washtub bass, for a selection of almost exclusively traditional material; the only track penned by Rush himself is the opener, "Duncan and Brady.".
  2. Find Tom Rush discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find Tom Rush discography, albums and singles on AllMusic Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings ; At the Unicorn: Night Light Blues, Songs and Ballads: Fantasy Got a Mind to Ramble: Prestige Tom Rush: Elektra / Rhino Take a Little Walk with Me.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Blues, Songs & Ballads on Discogs.
  4. This item: Blues, Songs, And Ballads by Tom Rush Audio CD $ Only 6 left in stock (more on the way). RUSH,TOM Title: BLUES SONGS & BALLADS Street Release Date: 02/08/ Domestic Big Fat Woman 7. Nine Pound Hammer 8. Diamond Joe 9. Mobile-Texas Line Joe Turner Every Day In The Week Alabama Bound More Pretty Girls /5(31).
  5. Joe Turner; Every Day In The Week. Featuring Fritz Richmond on washtub bass. This album is no longer available in its original form, but has been re-released by Fantasy Records on a double CD titled “Blues Songs and Ballads”. Interestingly there are two versions of this album.
  6. Blues, Songs and Ballads is a song collection combining two albums that Tom Rush recorded in (Got a Mind to Ramble and Blues, Songs and Ballads) on a single CD. Rush plays acoustic guitar, accompanied only by Fritz Richmond on washtub bass, for a selection of almost exclusively traditional material; the only track penned by Rush himself /5(15).
  7. CD reissue. This is the second album by legendary singer/songwriter Tom Rush. Who is perhaps best known for having written the standard 'Nop Regrets' which became a massive worldwide hit for the Walker Brothers. This was recorded in an acoustic session, from Rush's Cambridge folk/blues 5/5(4).
  8. Mar 17,  · Folk Legend Tom Rush On Five Decades Of Performing And His New Album, “Voices” - Duration: WGBH News 11, views.

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