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Bobby "Blue" Bland

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Bobby "Blue" Bland  I Pity the Fool   buy on itunes
Bobby "Blue" Bland & B.B. King  Let the Good Times Roll   buy on itunes
Bobby "Blue" Bland  That's the Way Love Is [Stereo]   buy on itunes
Bobby "Blue" Bland  Ain't Nothing You Can Do   buy on itunes
Bobby "Blue" Bland  Turn On Your Love Light   buy on itunes
Bobby "Blue" Bland  Ain't No Sunshine When She's Gone   buy on itunes
Bobby Bland  Members Only   buy on itunes
Bobby "Blue" Bland  Share Your Love With Me   buy on itunes
Bobby "Blue" Bland  St. James Infirmary   buy on itunes
Bobby "Blue" Bland  I'll Take Care of You   buy on itunes
Bobby "Blue" Bland  Cry, Cry, Cry   buy on itunes
Bobby "Blue" Bland  Soon As the Weather Breaks   buy on itunes
Bobby "Blue" Bland  You've Got to Hurt Before You Heal   buy on itunes
Bobby "Blue" Bland  Take Off Your Shoes   buy on itunes
Bobby "Blue" Bland  Call On Me   buy on itunes
Bobby "Blue" Bland  I Wouldn't Treat a Dog (The Way You Treated Me)   buy on itunes
Bobby "Blue" Bland  Lead Me On   buy on itunes
Bobby "Blue" Bland  Farther up the Road   buy on itunes
Bobby Bland  Get Your Money Where You Spend Your Time   buy on itunes
Bobby "Blue" Bland  Sittin' On a Poor Man's Throne   buy on itunes
Bobby "Blue" Bland  Stormy Monday Blues (Single Version) [Stereo Mix]   buy on itunes
Bobby "Blue" Bland  I Ain't Gonna Be the First to Cry   buy on itunes
Bobby "Blue" Bland  Sunday Morning Love   buy on itunes
Bobby "Blue" Bland  There's a Rat Loose In My House   buy on itunes
Bobby "Blue" Bland  I've Got a Twenty Room House   buy on itunes

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Songs like "I Pity the Fool," "Call On Me," and "Farther up the Road" are great no matter who sings them. But there's a reason that Bobby "Blue" Bland's hits are the definitive versions: even when he sings a song associated with others (Elmore James' "Stormy Monday Blues," a duet with B.B. King on "Let the Good Times Roll," a 1989 version of Bill Withers' "Ain't No Sunshine When She's Gone"), his signature blend of silk and grit makes it all his.
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