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The Spectre - Jackson C. Frank - Blues Run The Game (CD)


Download The Spectre - Jackson C. Frank - Blues Run The Game (CD)
2003
Label: Castle Music - CMEDD 762 • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Blues, Folk, World, & Country •


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  1. Spectre Jackson C. Frank. Produced by Paul Simon. Album Blues Run the Game. Blues Run the Game Jackson C. Frank. 1. Goodbye To My Loving You 2. Don’t Look Back.
  2. This is an expanded deluxe edition of Jackson C. Frank's sole LP, originally released in This two-disc retrospective includes his entire debut and seven songs recorded for the aborted second album, eight previously unreleased recordings from the mid-'70s, and six songs from a failed studio project in , and it closes with a series of kitchen recordings done in , just prior to /5(25).
  3. Watch the video for The Spectre from Jackson C. Frank's Blues Run The Game for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  4. Jackson C. Frank is often viewed as a mere footnote in the folk boom of the mid 's, which in my opinion is a crime considering the quality of the songs on this compilation. Frank is most well known for his song "Blues Run The Game", which was covered by countless artists including Nick Drake and Simon & Garfunkel/5(55).
  5. Jackson Carey Frank (March 2, – March 3, ) was an American folk thortacooredifas.recpuacolracepfulilesgahimontbi.co released his first and only album in , produced by Paul thortacooredifas.recpuacolracepfulilesgahimontbi.co the release of the record, Frank was plagued by a series of personal issues, and was diagnosed with schizophrenia and protracted depression that prevented him from maintaining his career.. Frank spent his later life homeless and.
  6. "Blues Run the Game" is a song by the American singer-songwriter Jackson C. Frank. The song was the opening track on Frank's self-titled debut album.. Cultural impact. Samples of the Jackson C. Frank original appear on the soundtrack of This Is Us, S01E03, "Kyle," and the full song in the film, The Old Man and the Gun. Also appears in "Britannia", S02E
  7. Track 3 Trad. arr. Jackson C. Frank The first CD of the 2 CD “Expanded Deluxe Edition” of Blues Run the Game contains the 10 original LP tracks, the A and B side of Frank's only single (track ) and nine studio tracks recorded in from a planned but never issued album of which five already appeared on the earlier CDs.
  8. About “Blues Run the Game” When Jackson C. Frank was in elementary school a furnace exploded, killing fifteen of his fellow students and leaving him with over half of his body burned.
  9. The blues come following down Living is a gamble, baby Loving's much the same Wherever I have played Whenever I throw them dice Wherever I have played The blues have run the game Maybe tomorrow, honey Someplace down the line I'll wake up older So much older, mama I'll wake up older And I'll just stop all my trying Catch a boat to England, baby.

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