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9 thoughts on “ So Unhappy - Byther Smith - Hold That Train (CD, Album)

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  2. Jan 01,  · album. Hold That Train Byther Smith. 15 songs (1 hour and 4 minutes) Unlimited; 1. This Little Voice: 2. Pounds Of Joy: 3. So Unhappy: 4. Tell Me How You Like It: 5. What My Mama Told Me: 6. Hold That Train Conductor Listen to your favorite songs from Hold That Train by Byther Smith Now. Stream ad.
  3. I have to express my regret one more time for why such a great Bluesman as Byther Smith is getting so little acclaim when he deserves much, much more. This becomes obvious when listener dives into the Blues world of Byther Smith. Hold That Train is a good example. Recorded in , this track set delivers what is best in Delta rooted Chicago Blues/5(12).
  4. Hold That Train is a case in point. Here are 15 tracks covering 60 minutes that feature not only his signature slashing guitar style that embodies the entire history of electric blues with its wrist-wrangling attack, but his unbelievable singing voice, which is clear, cool, and full of the moaning power of raw sexuality and fierce independence.9/
  5. Tracklist with lyrics of the album HOLD THAT TRAIN [] from Byther Smith: This Little Voice - Pounds Of Joy - So Unhappy - Tell Me How You Like It -.
  6. Listen free to Byther Smith – Hold That Train (This Little Voice, Pounds of Joy and more). 15 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at yozshushicagegagoreandronn.xyzinfo
  7. So Unhappy Written-By – Emery Williams* 4: Tell Me How You Like It Written By – Harris* Written-By – Jackson*, Harris* 5: What My Mamma Told Me Arranged By – Byther Smith Written-By – Traditional: 6: Hold That Train Conductor Written-By – Dr. Clayton* 7: Mississippi Kid Written-By – Byther Smith: 8 5/5(3).
  8. Byther Smith. Tracks; 10 Albums; 1 Compilations & Concerts; Top tracks. Come on in This House from Blues Legends: Guitar Legends $ So Unhappy from Hold That Train $.
  9. Byther Smith Strictly judging from the lyrical sentiment of his recordings to this point, it might be wise not to make Chicago guitarist Byther Smith angry. ("Money Tree"/"So Unhappy") spread his name among aficionados, as did a album for Grits, Tell Me How You Like It. The rest of the country then began to appreciate Smitty, thanks to.

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