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Vinyl LP pressing. Originally released in 2001, The Detroit Cobras' Life, Love and Leaving is the group's best-known effort, coming at a time when bands like the White Stripes and Dirtbombs were also releasing seminal albums that started picking up recognition outside of their collective hometown of Detroit. Hitting hard with songs by soul heavyweights like Solomon Burke ("Stupidity"), Mary Wells ("Bye Bye Baby"), Otis Redding ("Shout Bamalama"), the inimitable vocals of Rachel Nagy would no-doubt be a template from which folks like Amy Winehouse would work from years later. A landmark collection of covers.
Vinyl LP pressing. Originally released in 2001, The Detroit Cobras' Life, Love and Leaving is the group's best-known effort, coming at a time when bands like the White Stripes and Dirtbombs were also releasing seminal albums that started picking up recognition outside of their collective hometown of Detroit. Hitting hard with songs by soul heavyweights like Solomon Burke ("Stupidity"), Mary Wells ("Bye Bye Baby"), Otis Redding ("Shout Bamalama"), the inimitable vocals of Rachel Nagy would no-doubt be a template from which folks like Amy Winehouse would work from years later. A landmark collection of covers.
813547022813

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Format: Vinyl
Label: TDMN
Rel. Date: 08/26/2016
UPC: 813547022813

Life, Love And Leaving
Artist: Detroit Cobras
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $20.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Hey Sa-Lo-Ney
2. He Did It
3. Home in Your Heart
4. Oh My Lover
5. Cry on
6. Stupidity
7. Bye Bye Baby
8. Boss with the Hot Sauce
9. I'm Laughing at You 1
10. You Can't Miss Nothing That You Never Had 1
11. Right Around the Corner 1
12. Won't You Dance with Me 1
13. Let's Forget About the Past 1
14. Shout Bamalama 1
15. This Old Heart

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Vinyl LP pressing. Originally released in 2001, The Detroit Cobras' Life, Love and Leaving is the group's best-known effort, coming at a time when bands like the White Stripes and Dirtbombs were also releasing seminal albums that started picking up recognition outside of their collective hometown of Detroit. Hitting hard with songs by soul heavyweights like Solomon Burke ("Stupidity"), Mary Wells ("Bye Bye Baby"), Otis Redding ("Shout Bamalama"), the inimitable vocals of Rachel Nagy would no-doubt be a template from which folks like Amy Winehouse would work from years later. A landmark collection of covers.
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