8 thoughts on “ Dock Of The Bay - Michael Coleman (2) - Do Your Thing! (CD, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Do Your Thing! on Discogs. Label: Delmark Records - DE,Delmark Records - • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Style: Chicago Blues3/5(1).
  2. Do Your Thing! demonstrates that a bluesman doesn't have to be a fantastic vocalist to provide a meaningful album. Best known in Chicago blues circles for his ten years as James Cotton's guitarist, Michael Coleman isn't a singer's singer. He is an adequate singer with a relaxed, laid-back vocal style that owes a lot to Jimmy Reed, but as a guitarist, Coleman obviously has 5/
  3. Do Your Thing! by Michael Coleman - CD () for $ from prepparbankjogdowndi.achquehydwiquacomicsaqatesampgnan.co Blues JazzTimes: ' A rousing groove-oriented showcase with a complement of horns and a ton of nasty prepparbankjogdowndi.achquehydwiquacomicsaqatesampgnan.co blues is at the heart of everything he does ' - Order by Phone Brand: Delmark.
  4. Check out Do Your Thing! by Michael Coleman on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on prepparbankjogdowndi.achquehydwiquacomicsaqatesampgnan.co Do Your Thing! "Please retry" Amazon Music Unlimited: Price New from Used from MP3 Music, January 1, "Please retry" Dock Of The Bay. Dock Of The Bay. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart Tin Pan Alley/5(5).
  5. 05 Do Your Thing! 06 Messin' With The Kid 07 You Don't Have To Go 08 Black Magic Woman 09 Let's Straighten It Out 10 Dock Of The Bay 11 Tin Pan Alley 12 Breakfast In Bed
  6. Old Blues and New Technology, a Crossroads in History. Old Blues, the kind that was played in the Southern States before the Second World War, is a genre full of mystery and legend.
  7. Do Your Thing! featured Coleman performing mostly covers -- Jimmy Reed's "You Don't Have to Go," Otis Redding's "Dock of the Bay," Isaac Hayes' "Do Your Thing," Robert Geddins' "Tin Pan Alley," and more -- along with a couple of Coleman's own compositions. In addition to playing guitar on the album, Coleman also sang.
  8. Origins. While on tour with the Bar-Kays in August , Redding wrote the first verse of the song, under the abbreviated title "Dock of the Bay," on a houseboat at Waldo Point in Sausalito, California. He had completed his famed performance at the Monterey Pop Festival just weeks earlier. While touring in support of the albums King & Queen (a collaboration with female .

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