Ed Bruce - The Workingman's Prayer album flac
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05 - Workingman's Prayer - Bruce, Ed. 4:10. ED BRUCE THE GREATEST MAN - ed bruce nhe greatest man. 2:17. Cry (Live) - Lynn Anderson.
Lord, put your hand to the handle of my hoe Let me make another step, help me go another row Even know I'm tired, got to try to make a dollar For my wife and kids, living over in the holler. Ed Bruce - My First Taste Of Texas. Ed Bruce - Why Can't I Come Home. Ed Bruce - My Baby Don't Need No Polish To Shine. Ed Bruce - This Old Hat.
Workingman's Dead is the fourth Grateful Dead studio album. It was recorded in February 1970 and originally released on June 14, 1970. The album and its studio follow-up, American Beauty, were recorded back-to-back using a similar style, eschewing the psychedelic experimentation of previous albums in favor of Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter's Americana-styled songcraft. In 2003, the album was ranked number 262 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.
Bruce, Ed. 05 - Workingman's Prayer. You're The Best Break This Old Heart Ever Had.
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Fourth studio album Workingman's Dead reflects both the looming darkness of its time, and the endless hope and openness to possibility that would become emblematic of the Dead as their legacy grew. For a group already established as exploratory free-form rockers of the highest acclaim, Workingman’s Dead's eight tunes threw off almost all improvisatory tendencies in favor of spare, thoughtful looks at folk, country, and American roots music with more subdued sounds than the band had managed up until then. The abrupt shift toward sublime acoustic sounds on Workingman's Dead completely changed what the Grateful Dead meant to their listeners at large. The enormous risk they took in changing their sound entirely resulted in a heartbreakingly beautiful, unquestionably pure statement and one of the more important documents of its time.
Album: The Last Cowboy Song. Genre: Country, Folk.
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|A||The Workingman's Prayer
Written-By – Ed Bruce
|B||Don't Let It Happen
Written-By – F. Triolo*
- Published By – Sark Music
- Published By – Zann Music
- Published By – Nancoz Music Co.
- Arranged By – Stan Green
- Producer – Peter Paul
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- Rights Society: BMI
|W-148||Ed Bruce||The Workingman's Prayer (7", Single)||Wand||W-148||US||1963|