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My Blessed Pain - Blues Traveler - Truth Be Told (CD, Album)

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  1. Blues Traveler broke out in with their multi-platinum album, four, which spawned the hit "Hook" and the record-setting single, "Run-Around." Known for their extended jam sessions and boogie blues rock, Blues Traveler and their groovy rhythms are back with their latest album, Truth Be Told. quick bio.
  2. Bridge, Blues Traveler's release, was appropriate. It was definitely a stylistic return to form after the disappointing Straight on Till dersmenlysussototaleasunlilybax.xyzinfo Bridge also brought BT back to the world after the death of bassist Bob Sheehan and John Popper's bouts with illness. Truth Be Told builds on that momentum, telescoping the veteran combo's sound, history, and experience -- both good and bad 9/
  3. Blues Traveler Lyrics. album: "Truth Be Told" () Unable To Get Free. Eventually (I'll Come Around) Sweet And Broken. My Blessed Pain. Let Her & Let Go. Thinnest Of Air. Can't See Why. Stumble And Fall. This Ache. Mount Normal. The One. Partner In Crime. Search. Submit Lyrics;.
  4. Blues Traveler – My Blessed Pain Lyrics from album: Truth Be Told () Tell you 'bout a man I borrowed twenty-six cents from I wanted to ask what the extra penny is for.
  5. Blues Traveler has hardly been immune from the foibles of excess, which makes this focused, song-oriented album an instant career high point. It's no mean feat to be both disciplined and adventurous but, with the able assistance of veteran producer Don Gehman, that's just the trick John Popper and company have turned here/5(20).
  6. Jul 06,  · Stumble and Fall · Blues Traveler Truth Be Told ℗ Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company My Blessed Pain - Duration: Blues Traveler 1, views.
  7. DualDisc is a two-sided disc made up of a CD on one side and a DVD on the other, DualDisc s breakthrough technology allows one disc to have it all. A full album on the CD side. All sorts of special material on the DVD side, including the full album in a /5(23).
  8. My Blessed Pain Lyrics: Tell you 'bout a man I borrowed twenty-six cents from / I wanted to ask what the extra penny is for / I needed a quarter for the next two minutes with you / He said "I was.

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