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Frankie And Johnnie - Corey Harris - Fish Aint Bitin (CD, Album)

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  1. The fish aren't biting today boys, fish aren't biting today I'm gonna lay on my bunk and get drunk as a skunk 'Cause the fish aren't biting today There's six foot waves and my stomach craves Some good old Antiguan rum I put some away for a rainy day And the rain she's starting to come now There's a northern wind and the lights are dim.
  2. Corey Harris - Fish Ain't Bitin' () 1. High Fever Blues - 2. Frankie and Johnnie - 3. Berry Owens Blues - 4. Take Be Back -
  3. Lamont Dozier (born June 16, in Detroit, Michigan) is an African American songwriter and record producer, best known as a member of Holland-Dozier-Holland, the songwriting and production team that was responsible for much of the Motown sound and numerous hit records by artists such as Martha & the Vandellas, The Supremes, The Four Tops, and The Isley Brothers.
  4. 2. Frankie And Johnnie 3. Berry Owens Blues 4. Take Me Back 5. Fish Aint Bitin 6. Preaching Blues 7. Bumble Bee Blues 8. God Dont Ever Change 9. Blues Mama Got Worried Worried Life Blues High Fever Blues (Solo Version) Jack ODiamonds If You Leave Me Moosemilk Blues You Got To Move Clean RagSeller Rating: % positive.
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  6. Frankie and Johnny Lyrics: Well, frankie and johnny were sweethearts / Lordy, how they could love / But they swore to be true to each other / Yeah, just true as skies above / He was her man, he.
  7. Corey Harris' second outing for Alligator shows that he's no one-album flash in the pan, with this sophomore effort moving his modern-day acoustic Delta blues vision into even broader territory with delightful results. While his debut effort illustrated Harris' absolute mastery of older Delta styles, both instrumentally and vocally, Fish Ain't Bitin' charts new terrain using that first album 8/
  8. The first time I heard Corey Harris was listening to WWOZ online. I basically bought the album solely on the merits of the title track, it was just that good. Fortunately, the rest of the album is equally cool; though the tracks with the brass band are definitely my favorite. Very solid acoustic blues/5(12).

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