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The Sky Is Crying - Elmore James - Dust My Broom (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Along with standards, Dust My Broom, The Sky Is Crying the classic One Way Out, the majority of this box set breaks new ground and stands as some of Elmore's most emotion-laden work. Included our Elmore's last sessions before his death and several tracks he /5(3).
  2. The sky is crying, look at the tears roll down the street The sky is crying, look at the tears roll down the street I'm waiting in tears looking for my baby, and I wonder where can she be? I saw my baby one morning, and she was walking on down the street I saw my baby one morning.
  3. Elmore James: The Sky Is Crying - The Ultimate Collection (3-CD) (Sunset Blvd Records) 54 tracks, digisleeve Elmore James' last major recordings were made in the s when he was signed by New York producer/label owner Bobby Robinson (Fire, Fury & Enjoy Records).
  4. Elmore James - Got To Move, VINYL LP. $ shipping: + $ shipping. LP Viny Records ELMORE JAMES The Great Elmore James LP Elmore James / The Sky Is Crying & Dust My Broom / UK 45 Mint. $ Free shipping. Evelyn Knight & The Star Dusters - A Little Bird Told Me- Tears - Decca 78 RPM. $ shipping: + $ shipping. ELMORE End date: Apr 12,
  5. Light My Fire - Various - Forever Changing - The Golden Age Of Elektra Records - (Deluxe E, Tre Körvisor - Lunds Kammarkör, Eva Bohlin - Glädjens Blomster, Dust My Broom - Elmore James - The Sky Is Crying, Tangerine Dream - Phaedra, Tangito - LoJo - Au Cabaret Sauvage.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Sky Is Crying on Discogs. Label: Sphere Sound Records - LP • Format: Vinyl LP, Reissue, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Style: Chicago Blues/5(17).
  7. The Sky Is Crying - The Ultimate Collection Elmore James is known as the “King of the Slide Guitar.” He was inspired by the local performances of Robert Johnson to take up the guitar. In fact, it was a number by Johnson ("Dust My Broom") that became James’ signature song and laid the foundation for his recording career.

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