Bobby Bland - Here's The Man!!! download album
Here's the Man!!! is a 1962 studio album by Bobby Bland. It was issued in standard mono, as well true stereo and was the first Duke album issued in the stereo format. 36 - 22 - 36. You're The One (That I Adore). Turn On Your Love Light. Who Will The Next Fool Be. You're Worth It All.
First released in 1962 with purple and yellow labels. This version can be identified by the orange labels, which indicates it was likely repressed between 1962 and either 1972 or 1973. Matrix, Runout (A-side label): UV 7096.
Album: Here’s The Man. Released: 2017. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: November 16, 2016 - Bobby Bland – The Singles Collection 1951-1962 (2016). Archive, Jazz and Blues. Megadeth – Warheads On Foreheads (2019).
Here's the Man!!! is the second studio album by Bobby Bland, released in 1962. 36-22-36" (Deadric Malone). You're the One (That I Adore)" (Malone). Turn On Your Love Light" (Malone, Joe Scott). Who Will the Next Fool Be" (Charlie Rich).
Bland displays his vocal power throughout Here's the Man! using his volcanic, guttural delivery to easily work through Joe Scott's galvanizing arrangements, especially on "Twistin' up the Road" and "Turn on Your Love Light. He shows stylistic flexibility as well, expertly handling both T-Bone Walker's after-hours classic "Stormy Monday Blues" and the honky tonk-style ballad "You're the One (That I Adore). In the '70s, Bland would even record an entire album of country standards
Here's the Man!!! Bobby "Blue" Bland. Show all albums by Bobby "Blue" Bland.
Bobby Blue Bland is The Man. There’s no other way to think about the singer. Though he passed away last Sunday at 83, for me Bland will live forever. He came into my life when I was young, and for the past 50 years has been a light I always looked to when I wanted to hear music that touched the heart. Bland taught me what soul was and never let me forget. The singer came into my life when I was 12, playing at the Carlisle’s house down the street from my home in Houston. It was 1962, and their family had a recreation room complete with a tournament-level pool table. He also had the Bobby Bland album Here’s The Man!!! The first time Robbie put it on, with that introduction – Ladies and gentlemen, here’s The Man! I mean The Man! The sensational! The incomparable! The dynamic Bobby! Bobby Bland! – I got chills.
Bland at the Long Beach Blues Festival, 1996. Background information. Bland developed a sound that mixed gospel with the blues and R&B. created tempestuous arias of love, betrayal and resignation, set against roiling, dramatic orchestrations, and left the listener drained but awed. He was sometimes referred to as the "Lion of the Blues" and as the. "Sinatra of the Blues" Bland was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame in 1981, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1992, and the Memphis Musi. Here's the Man!, 1962 (Duke Records). Call on Me/That's the Way Love Is, 1963 (Duke Records). Ain't Nothing You Can Do, 1964 (Duke Records). The Soul of the Man, 1966 (Duke Records).
|A2||You're The One (That I Adore)|
|A3||Turn On Your Love Light|
|A4||Who Will The Next Fool Be|
|A5||You're Worth It All|
|A6||Blues In The Night|
|B2||Ain't That Loving You|
|B3||Jelly Jelly Jelly|
|B4||Twistin' Up The Road|
|B5||Stormy Monday Blues|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (scanned): 8436559465069
|DLPS 75||Bobby Bland||Here's The Man (LP)||Duke||DLPS 75||US||1962|
|MCAC-27038||Bobby Bland||Here's The Man (Cass, RE)||MCA Records||MCAC-27038||US||Unknown|
|DLP-75, DLP 75||Dynamic Bobby Bland*||Here's The Man!!! (LP, Album, Mono)||London Records, London Records||DLP-75, DLP 75||Canada||1962|
|DLPS 75, MCA-27038||Bobby Bland||Here's The Man (LP, Album, RE)||MCA Records, MCA Records||DLPS 75, MCA-27038||US||1980|
|DLP 75, DLP-75||The Dynamic Bobby Bland*||Here's The Man (LP, Album, Mono)||Duke, Duke||DLP 75, DLP-75||US||1962|