Every Day I Have To Cry - Arthur Alexander - Lonely Just Like Me (CD, Album)

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  1. Faugrel
    Lonely Just Like Me:The Final Chapter tells the full story of Arthur Alexander s triumphant re-emergence. Surrounding the original Elektra/Nonesuch album are never-before-heard demos made in a tiny Cleveland hotel room, Arthur s entire live session for NPR s Fresh Air and even a song from the Bottom Line concert which landed Arthur his new /5(16).
  2. Tekinos
    Released in a cardboard sleeve with several inlays, like pictures, original and new album notes, credit sheet and a copy of the programme for Alexander's funeral, June 13, "Lonely Just Like Me" (tracks 1 to 12) originally released as Elektra/Nonesuch , March 30, /5(12).
  3. Vuzilkree
    Arthur Alexander had been forgotten by nearly everyone short of hardcore fans of Southern soul when he was lured away from his day job as a school bus driver in Cleveland to cut a new album as part of Elektra Records' American Explorer series, and 's Lonely Just Like Me was a potent reminder of Alexander's estimable gifts as a vocalist and a songwriter.9/
  4. Shaktijas
    Album. Lonely Just Like Me Arthur Alexander. Everyday I Have To Cry Some Lyrics. 7. In The Middle Of It All Lyrics. About “Lonely Just Like Me” “Lonely Just Like Me” Q&A.
  5. Mot
    May 10,  · Arthur Alexander: “Every Day I Have to Cry” In , he released his first album in 21 years, Lonely Just Like Me. He kept his bus driving job as the album was released, but as the record began to gain attention, he prepared for a tour.
  6. Dunos
    Such is the case with hard luck Arthur Alexander who died in before Lonely Just Like Me could make him a star. Alexander's resume did contain a few minor hit records in the early 60s but he is mostly known for one song. Beatles fans will recognize him as the composer of "Anna" which they covered on their very first album, Please Please Me.
  7. Moogugis
    Every Day I Have To Cry: 5 – Chuck Jackson & Mark Knopfler: You Better Move On: 6 – Frank Black: Old John Amos: 7 – Marshall Crenshaw: I'd Do It All Over Again: 8 – Michael Hill (9) & Sir Mack Rice: Let's Think About It: 9 – John Prine: Lonely Just Like Me: 10 – Corey Glover: Johnny Heartbreak: 11 – Nick Lowe: In The Middle Of It.
  8. Mazukree
    Among musicians, Arthur Alexander was always considered one of the greatest R&B songwriters. Both the Beatles and the Rolling Stones covered his songs, "Anna (Go to Him)" and "You Better Move On," respectively, early in their careers. But they weren't the only ones -- throughout the years, his work was rich source material for many blues, soul, rock, and country artists.
  9. Tygokazahn
    There was a little girl I had planned to marry This was my love I didn't want to share it I thought that love would make my life bright and sunny She said she couldn't love me 'cause I didn't have no money So, everyday I have to cry some Everyday I have to cry some Dry the.

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