Lester Williams - I Can't Lose With The Stuff I Use album
Title: I Can't Lose With The Stuff I Use
Date of release: 1993
Size MP3: 1211 mb
Size FLAC: 1410 mb
Format: MP2 AAC MMF MP4 AC3 MIDI VQF
Watch the video for I Can't Lose with the Stuff I Use from Lester Williams's Waking Up Baby for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Lester Williams (June 24, 1920 – November 13, 1990) was an American Texas blues and electric blues guitarist, singer and songwriter. He is best known for his songs, "Winter Time Blues" and "I Can't Lose with the Stuff I Use". His main influence was T-Bone Walker. Williams released several singles in the 1950s, but remained a stalwart of the Houston blues circuit for decades. His recording career lasted from 1949 to 1956. Williams was born in Groveton, Texas, United States, although when he was a young boy his family relocated to Houston.
I Can't Lose with the Stuff I Use. Jackie Wilson. That's Why (I Love You So) (Joe's Adventures). v, e. Empire Bay Radio Stations. Walt Williams · Sammy Stevens.
Lester Williams & Hunter Falls 2019. Lester Williams & Hunter Falls 2019. Born in Groveton, Texas on June 24, 1920, he grew up infatuated with the sound of T-Bone Walker, whose style Williams consciously emulated; after serving in World War II, he formed his own combo, and in 1949 signed on with the Houston-based Macy's Records. The label's then-stockboy, Steve Poncio, produced Williams' debut single "Winter Time Blues"; it became a regional hit, although subsequent efforts were less successful.
American Beauty is a 1999 film about a husband and father who is going through a mid-life crisis, and how his newfound quest for love, freedom and self-liberation impacts on his family and neighbours. Directed by Sam Mendes. Written by Alan Ball. My name is Lester Burnham. This is my neighborhood. I am 42 years old. In less than a year, I will be dead. Of course, I don't know that yet, and in a way, I'm dead already
Lester Williams - I Can't Lose With The Stuff I Use. 02:10. Lester Williams - 09 - Hey Jack - 2014 - Mary Lou (1954). Regi & Lester Williams - When It Comes to Love (feat. Patti Russo) (AMRO Remix) .
|1||I Can't Lose With The Stuff I Use||2:09|
|2||My Home Ain't Here||2:36|
|4||Lonely Heart Blues||2:49|
|5||When I Miss Her Most||3:11|
|6||Trying To Forget||2:57|
|7||Let Me Tell You A Thing Or Two||2:22|
|9||Sweet Lovin' Daddy||2:38|
|11||Don't Leave Me Baby||2:03|
|12||When I Miss Her Most||3:10|
|13||Brand New Baby||2:19|
|14||If You Knew How Much I Loved You||2:17|
|16||Lonely Heart Blues||2:51|
|17||When You're Tired Of Running||1:06|
|18||Crazy 'Bout A Woman||3:14|
|19||You're The Sweetest Thing||1:01|
|20||'Bout To Put You Down||2:39|
|21||Going Away Baby||1:56|
|22||Fooling My Heart||3:24|
|23||My Time Is Running Out||2:27|
|24||Life's No Bed Of Roses||1:08|
|25||Waking Up Baby||2:08|
- Distributed By – Fantasy, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Specialty
- Copyright (c) – Specialty
- Remastered At – Fantasy Studios
- Recorded At – ACA Recording Studios, Inc.
- Art Direction – Phil Carroll
- Bass – Oscar Underwood "Yogi" Adams
- Compilation Producer – Billy Vera
- Design – Gilles Margerin
- Drums – Luther B. Taylor Jr.
- Engineer – Bill Holford
- Photography – Bill Greensmith
- Piano – Johnnye Mae Brown
- Producer – Steve Poncio
- Remastered By – Kirk Felton
- Tenor Saxophone – Joseph H. Calloway (tracks: 10-14), Robert B. Lacefield (tracks: 10-14), Verdun Kellogg
- Tenor Saxophone, Trumpet – Frank Mims
- Written-By, Guitar, Vocals – Lester Williams
NotesThis, his (Lester Williams ) first and only CD, contains all of his recordings for Specialty.
All musicians listed do not necessarily play on all songs from a given session.
Original recordings: January 30 and March 16, 1952; November 4, 1952 and demo session January 23, 1953.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: DIDX-017409 3
- SPARS Code: AAD
- Barcode: 02221170372
|CDCHD 476||Lester Williams||I Can't Lose With The Stuff I Use (CD, Comp, RE, RM)||Ace||CDCHD 476||UK||1993|