Joe Bonamassa Lyrics

Joe Bonamassa Lyrics

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From the Album Blues Of Desperation (2016) (buy at
Blues Of Desperation

From the Album Different Shades Of Blue (2014) (buy at
Different Shades Of Blue
Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)
Oh Beautiful!
Love Ain't A Love Song
Living On The Moon
Heartache Follows Wherever I Go
Never Give All Your Heart
I Gave Up Everything For You, 'Cept The Blues
Different Shades Of Blue
Get Back My Tomorrow
Trouble Town
So, What Would I Do

From the Album Seesaw (2013)
(with Beth Hart)
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Them There Eyes
Close To My Fire
Nutbush City Limits
I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know
Can't Let You Go
Miss Lady
If I Tell You I Love You
A Sunday Kind Of Love
Strange Fruit

From the Album Driving Towards The Daylight (2012) (buy at

Dislocated Boy
Stones In My Passway
Driving Towards The Daylight
Who's Been Talkin'?
(I Got) All You Need
A Place In My Heart
Lonely Town, Lonely Street
Heavenly Soul
New Coat Of Paint
Somewhere Trouble Don't Go
Too Much Ain't Enough Love

From the Album Don't Explain (2011)
(with Beth Hart)
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Sinner's Prayer
Chocolate Jesus
Your Heart Is As Black As Night
For My Friends
Don't Explain
I'd Rather Go Blind
Something's Got A Hold On Me
I'll Take Care Of You
Well, Well
Ain't No Way

From the Album Dust Bowl (2011) (buy at

Slow Train
Dust Bowl
Tennessee Plates
The Meaning Of The Blues
Black Lung Heartache
The Last Matador Of Bayonne
No Love On The Street
Sweet Rowena

From the Album Black Rock (2010) (buy at

Steal Your Heart Away
I Know A Place
When The Fire Hits The Sea
Quarryman's Lament
Spanish Boots
Bird On A Wire
Three Times A Fool
Night Life
Wandering Earth
Look Over Yonders Wall
Athens To Athens
Blue And Evil
Baby You Gotta Change Your Mind

From the Album The Ballad Of John Henry (2009) (buy at

The Ballad Of John Henry
Last Kiss
Jockey Full Of Bourbon
Story Of A Quarryman
Lonesome Road Blues
Happier Times
Feelin' Good
Funkier Than A Mosquito's Tweeter
The Great Flood
As The Crow Flies

From the Album Sloe Gin (2007) (buy at

Ball Peen Hammer
One Of These Days
Dirt In My Pocket
Sloe Gin
Another Kind Of Love
Around The Bend
Black Night
Jelly Roll

From the Album You & Me (2006) (buy at

High Water Everywhere
Bridge To Better Days
Asking Around For You
So Many Roads
Tamp Em Up Solid
Tea For One
Your Funeral, My Trial
Torn Down

From the Album Had To Cry Today (2004) (buy at

Never Make Your Move Too Soon
Travellin' South
Reconsider Baby
Around The Bend
When She Dances
Had To Cry Today
The River
When The Sun Goes Down

From the Album Blues Deluxe (2003) (buy at

You Upset Me, Baby
Burning Hell
Blues Deluxe
Man Of Many Words
Woke Up Dreaming
I Don't Live Anywhere
Wild About You Baby
Long Distance Blues
Pack It Up
Walking Blues
Mumbling Word

From the Album So, It's Like That (2002) (buy at

My Mistake
Lie, No. 1
No Slack
So, It's Like That
Waiting For Me
Never Say Goodbye
Mountain Time
Pain And Sorrow
Takin' The Hit
Under The Radar
Stick In Love
The Hard Way
Mother Love

From the Album A New Day Yesterday (2000) (buy at

Cradle Rock
In My Shadows
A New Day Yesterday
I Know Where I Belong
Miss You, Hate You
Nuthin' I Wouldn't Do (For A Woman Like You)
Colour And Shape
Headaches To Heartbreaks
Trouble Waiting
If Heartaches Were Nickels
Current Situation
Don't Burn Down That Bridge

Joe Bonamassa Info:

Joe Bonamassa is an American blues rock musician, singer and songwriter. -Wikipedia

May 8, 1977 (age )

New Hartford, New York, United States

Blues rock, rock and roll

Musician, singer-songwriter

Vocals, guitar, theremin, mandolin, dobro, banjo

Years active:

Associated acts:
Bloodline, Black Country Communion, Beth Hart, Rock Candy Funk Party, Jason Bonham, Joe Lynn Turner

Notable Instruments:
Gibson Les Paul
Music Man Custom Steve Morse single and double necks
Gibson ES335
Fender Stratocaster
Fender Telecaster
Gibson Flying V

Joe Bonamassa Quotes:
"You know, my heroes were the columbine guys – Paul Kossoff, Peter Green, Eric Clapton. There’s so many – there’s Gary Moore, Rory Gallagher – another Irish musician who played the same things, but don't tell him that. But those guys were my guys – Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page. There's a certain sophistication to their approach to the blues that I really like, more so than the American blues that I was listening to. B.B. King's a big influence – he's probably my biggest traditional influence. I love Muddy Waters, Robert Johnson and T-Bone Walker and stuff like that, but I couldn't sit down. I was always forcing myself to listen to whole records by them, where I'd rather listen to Humble Pie do "I'm Ready" than Muddy Waters, you know? I think, the English interpretation of the blues just hit me a lot better, you know?"

"When I heard Kossoff playing "Mr. Big" and when I heard Clapton playing "Crossroads" and when I heard Rory Gallagher playing "Cradle Rock", I was like, 'This is way cooler'.... "British blues are my thing. When I heard Rod Stewart and the Jeff Beck Group singing "Let Me Love You", it changed my life. I knew exactly what I wanted to do. Those are my influences".

"My friends would ask me, 'Have you heard the new Van Halen record?' And I'd be like, 'Nope.' I was listening to Frank Marino and Mahogany Rush".

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