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The Black Keys - Set You Free album

The Black Keys - Set You Free album Performer: The Black Keys
Title: Set You Free
Style: Alternative Rock, Blues Rock
Date of release: 2003
Size MP3: 1610 mb
Size FLAC: 1963 mb
Rating: 4.3

Produced by Patrick Carney. Album Thickfreakness. You hold on To love that's gone Run a mile To see him smile But you don't know He's door to door Playing you For the fool. Let him go Walk out your door And come to me I'm going to set you free. Now you know There you go Back to him He gonna do you in Tear you down And run you around Treat you wrong And then he's gone. Let him go To walk out your door Please, come to me I'm going to set you free  . 2. Hard Row. 3. Set You Free. 4. Midnight In Her Eyes. 5. Have Love Will Travel.

Let's Rock (stylized with quotation marks) is the ninth studio album by American rock duo the Black Keys. It was released on June 28, 2019, through Easy Eye Sound/Nonesuch Records. It was their first release since Turn Blue (2014), marking the longest gap between studio albums in their career

But if you loved The Black Keys when they came up, it’s pretty hard not to at least like this album. That electricity between Auerbach and Carney and their seriously overtaxed amplifiers is right there on Give Your Heart Away, Modern Times and Black Door. The two-man swing of Just Got to Be and Your Touch is primitive but potent. Patrick Carney’s drumming leaps a mile from The Big Come Up, adding a harder-rock dimension to songs like Set You Free. The album was recorded in a single 14-hour session in Carney’s basement, and there’s no room for extravagance or decor. 1. Rubber Factory Rubber Factory is where the Black Keys’ songs started catching up with their phenomenal talent.

Thickfreakness by The Black Keys, released 08 April 2003 1. Thickfreakness 2. Hard Row 3. Set You Free 4. Midnight in Her Eyes 5. Have Love Will Travel 6. Hurt Like Mine 7. Everywhere I Go 8. No Trust 9. If You See Me 10. Hold Me in Your Arms 11. Cry Alone The Black Keys’ second album is a continuous, energised ramble through a stripped down delta-blues. Simultaneous guitar and vocal melodies draw out Dan Auerbach’s perfect bluesman growl, and Patrick Carney’s shuffling rhythms. Ross Bennett of Drowned in Sound.

Learn to play Set You Free by The Black Keys, from their 2003 album Thickfreakness. Here it's a video lesson, tutorial with the tablature. I played fingerstyle because that's the way Dan Auerbach plays this song. But you can use a flatpick if you prefer

probably cut an album for Alligator if they were willing to clean up their act and fill out the lineup. And Alligator would doubtless be glad to have 'em - the Black Keys's wail is hot, primal, and heartfelt, and Auerback's lean but meaty guitar lines and room-filling vocals drag the blues into the 21st century through sheer force of will without sounding like these guys are in any way mocking their influences. Dan Auerbach, The Black Keys.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Set You Free
Music By – The Black KeysWords By – Dan Auerbach
2 Hard Row
Music By – The Black KeysWords By – Chuck Auerbach, Dan Auerbach
3 Evil
Music By – The Black KeysWords By – Dan Auerbach

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Fat Possum Records, LLC
  • Copyright (c) – Fat Possum Records, LLC
  • Published By – McMoore McLesst Publishing
  • Manufactured By – Shock Records Pty. Ltd.
  • Pressed By – Regency Recordings – 57429


  • Drums – Patrick Carney
  • Guitar, Vocals – Dan Auerbach


Track 3 Previously Unreleased

℗+©2003 Fat Possum Records
Manufactured by Shock Records under exclusive agreement with Epitaph
All songs published by McMoore McLesst Music (BMI)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 021456 120284
  • Matrix / Runout: REGENCY RECORDINGS 57429 E80376-2 P12768
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LN96
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 6Z08
  • Rights Society: BMI