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  1. Because there's consequences for what we do Consequences for me and you Robert Cray Lyrics. album: "Midnight Stroll" () The Forecast (Calls For Pain) These Things. My Problem. Labor Of Love. Bouncin' Back. Consequences. The Things You Do To Me. Walk Around Time. Move A Mountain.
  2. Robert Cray Band Midnight Stroll Cassette Mercury. $ $ shipping. 2 brand new from $ The Robert Cray Band - Strong Persuader - Cassette Tape Album. $ 0 bids. $ shipping. Robert Cray Band Cassette Strong Persuader Blues .
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Midnight Stroll - Robert Cray, Robert Cray Band on AllMusic - - Cray went into a more soul-slanted direction for.
  4. In the late s he lived in Eugene, Oregon, where he formed the Robert Cray Band and collaborated with Curtis Salgado in the Cray-Hawks. In the film National Lampoon's Animal House, Cray was the uncredited bassist in the house party band Otis Day and the Knights. 's. Cray released the album Who's Been Talkin' on Tomato Records in
  5. Album · · 11 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Sign In Midnight Stroll Robert Cray Blues · Preview SONG TIME The Forecast (Calls for Pain) [feat. The Memphis Horns] The Robert Cray Band. 1. PREVIEW These Things (feat. The Memphis Horns) The Robert Cray Band.
  6. Compilation albums and re-issues. In Concert – live album – ; Who's Been Talkin' (re-issued as Who's Been Talkin' in , and as Too Many Cooks in ) Heavy Picks – The Robert Cray Band Collection – – U.S. Top Blues Albums #9; The Best Of Robert Cray edition of 20th Century Masters / The Millennium Collection – – U.S. Top Blues Albums #
  7. Midnight Stroll by Robert Cray - CD () for $ from ookatterregeschnontinasrighcodestke.coinfo Blues Bargain Audio CDs & Priceless Collection Series New York Times (Publisher): Rated #7 of the Top 10 Recordings for - 'ookatterregeschnontinasrighcodestke.coinfo the unflappable muscle of classic Southern soul anchors songs of romantic remorse.' - Order by Phone /5(11).
  8. Robert Cray Most certainly one of the kings of the blues, Robert Cray was born August 1, in Columbus, Georgia. Possessing an aching soul voice and supple blues fingers, Cray single-handedly revitalized the profile of blues music when his breakthrough album "Strong Persuader" went on to sell 2 million copies on the strength of his Top 40 hit "Smoking Gun"- a feat unheard of for blues.
  9. Robert Cray is an American blues guitarist, composer and singer. With bassist Richard Cousins, keyboardist Peter Boe and drummer Tom Murphy, they launched The Robert Cray Band in with "Who's Been Talkin". The album was recorded during constant touring in the U.S. in The record was initially shelved for two years, being eventually issued by the short-lived Tomato label (whose .

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