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Tica - Robert Ealey - Turn Out The Lights (Cassette, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Tica - Robert Ealey - Turn Out The Lights (Cassette, Album)

  1. Murisar
    Born December 6, in Texarkana, Texas, Ealey passed away March 8, Fort Worth, Texas-based vocalist and songwriter Robert Ealey began singing in his local church at age 15 with a quartet group in his native Texarkana.
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    late night drives & ambient vibes cassette bundle [ o o ] [ o o ] [ o o ] Sold Out roadtrip – LIMITED EDITION CASSETTE [ o o ].
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  4. Voodookinos
    Fresh out of the recording studio and produced by Texas legend Llyod Maine's From the dance halls in Texas to the National Theatre in Havana, Cuba, to the stage of the Grand Ole Opry, and featured in video docomeentaries at both the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville and in IMAX Theaters world-wide, Two Tons of Steel knows that good music is what fans want to hear - and that's exactly.
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  5. Zuzilkree
    Turn Out The Lights Arranged By – Jim Suhler, Mike Morgan Bass Guitar – Carlton Powell Drums – Marc Wilson (3) Guitar – Jim Suhler, Mike Morgan Harmonica – Hash Brown (2) Vocals – Robert Ealey Written-By – Ealey *, Sommer *5/5(1).
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  6. Kishakar
    Mar 18,  · Certainly an engaging album which makes accessible a stalwart of the Dallas region’s blues scene, but Ealey comes off as only a workmanlike vocalist on this. This review originally appeared in the March Jazz & Blues Report (Issue ). Robert Ealey passed away in
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  7. Taunris
    Turn Out the Lights is Robert Ealey 's best album to date, not because he's tried anything new, but because he has his best set of songs and performances to date. Supported by such luminaries as drummer Ty Grimes and guitarists Mike Morgan and Tone Summer, Ealey storms through a set of originals making them sound like classic juke-joint rockers.8/
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  8. Mojind
    Robert Ealey is a Fort Worth legend! Texas blueds fans should own this album. The title track is one if his most famous. The guitar and beat on "One Love, One Kiss" is electrifying. The musicians contributing to this album have done a superb job of capturing that fat Texas sound/5(3).
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