|1||I Love The Life I Live|
|4||You Turned The Tables On Me|
|6||You're A Sweetheart|
|9||Mad With You|
|10||Hittin' On One|
|11||I Ain't Got Nobody|
|12||Can't We Be Friends|
|13||The Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody|
|14||Am I Blue|
|CL 1565||The Mose Allison Trio||I Love The Life I Live (LP, Album, Mono)||Columbia||CL 1565||US||1960|
|CS 8365||The Mose Allison Trio||I Love The Life I Live (LP, Album)||Columbia||CS 8365||Canada||1960|
|52318||The Mose Allison Trio||I Love The Life I Live (LP, Album)||CBS||52318||UK||1966|
|52318||The Mose Allison Trio||I Love The Life I Live (LP, Mono)||CBS||52318||UK||1966|
|CL 1565||The Mose Allison Trio||I Love The Life I Live (LP, Album, Mono, Promo)||Columbia||CL 1565||US||1960|
Entitled Mose Allison Sings, it was a compilation of songs from his previous Prestige albums that paid tribute to artists of the Mojo Triangle: Sonny Boy Williamson ("Eyesight to the Blind"), Jimmy Rogers ("That's All Right"), and Willie Dixon ("The Seventh Son"). However, an original composition, with no connection other than the same title to "Bukka" White's 1940 "Parchman Farm", on the album brought him the most attention: "Parchman Farm". For more than two decades, "Parchman Farm" was his most requested song . Some tracks trio, with Aaron Bell (bass), Osie Johnson (drums); other tracks previously released on Transfiguration of Hiram Brown or I Love the Life I Live; also issued as V-8 Ford Blues by Epic in 1966. I Don't Worry About a Thing.
I Love the Life I Live - Mose Allison Trio. 2. News - Mose Allison Trio. 3. Fool's Paradise - Mose Allison Trio. 4. You Turned the Tables on Me - Mose Allison Trio. 5. Isobel - Mose Allison Trio. 6. You're a Sweatheart - Mose Allison Trio. 7. Night Ride - Mose Allison Trio.
The trio romps through a lively rendition of the Hank Williams staple "Hey Good Lookin'" before heading into the jivey anthem "Meet Me At No Special Place (And I'll Be There At No Particular Time)," a clever J. Russell Robinson tune originally written for Nat King Cole and later recorded by Allison on his 1962 Atlantic Records debut, I Don't Worry About A Thing. In 1996, Van Morrison released an entire album of Mose covers entitled Tell Me Something: The Music of Mose Allison. In a BBC documentary on Allison entitled Ever Since I Stole the Blues, the Who's Pete Townshend offers this personal testimony about the man from Tippo, Mississippi: "Without Mose, I wouldn't have written 'My Generation. At age 83, Allison shows no signs of slowing down. His latest recording, produced by Joe Henry for the influential indie label Anti Records, is 2010's The Way of the World.
Mose Allison Trio: The - I Love the Life I Live. After leaving Prestige Records, where he recorded now classic albums like Back Country Suite (1957), Young Man Mose (1958), and Seventh Son (1958-1959), he moved to Columbia for two years before meeting up with Nesuhi Ertegun of Atlantic Records. He recalled that he signed his contract with Atlantic after about ten minutes in Nesuhi's office. Allison spent a big part of his recording career at Atlantic Records, where he became most friendly with Ertegun. After the company saw substantial growth and Allison was no longer working directly with him, he became discouraged and left. Allison's first new studio album in some 12 years, the Joe Henry-produced The Way of the World, appeared from Anti early in 2010. It would be Allison's final studio album; he died in November 2016 at the age of 89. HOMETOWN.
Mose Allison скачать в mp3 на телефон или слушайте песню Mose Allison - I Don't Worry About a Thing, Mose Allison - I Feel so Good, Mose Allison - The Seventh Son, Mose Allison - Your Mind Is on Vacation, Mose Allison - The Seventh Son и другие популярные треки и рингтоны. Mose Allison Trio –Baby Please Don't Go. 2:39. Mose Allison –I Love the Life I Live. Mose Allison –Young Man's Blues.