Blues The best music site on the web there is where you can read about and listen to blues, jazz, classical music and much more. This is your ultimate music resource. Tons of albums can be found within. http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/pl/blues/1743.html Wed, 29 Jun 2022 10:32:19 +0000 Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management pl-pl Bill Lyerly - Too Hurt to Cry (2009) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/pl/blues/1743-bill-lyerly/14746-bill-lyerly-too-hurt-to-cry-2009.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/pl/blues/1743-bill-lyerly/14746-bill-lyerly-too-hurt-to-cry-2009.html Bill Lyerly - Too Hurt to Cry (2009)

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 1 - I Won't Care 4:21
 2 - Fm Shoes 4:19
 3 - Too Hurt To CryAn Eye For An Eye 6:15
 4 - Case Of Jones 3:49
 5 - Hangmen (Lyerly, Jordan Koronet) 2:44
 6 - Virtual Reality Time  3:49
 7 - Dark Glasses  3:50
 8 - Only Want To Be With You  2:12
 9 - Something's Eating Me 4:33
 10 - Motel Room Blues  5:50
 11 - You Never Know  4:09

Musicians:
Bill Lyerly -  Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, Guitar, Piano, B-3, Harmonium
Jordan Koronet  - Harmony Vocals
Steve Earle - Alternate Lead Vocal On “Hangmen”
Jordan Koronet, Stan Jones, Keith Houston, and Bill Lyerly - Electric Bass
Rob Keller - Bass Fiddle On “Hangmen”
Dexter Horton – Drums

 

Some months ago, American singer song-writer and guitar player Bill Lyerly decided to settle in Spain. So, he has already published an excellent cd for Gaztelupeko Hotsak records, with eleven own songs including blues and Americana music. In fact all songs were previously recorded and mastered at UK Abbey Road studios, UK. Bill Lyerly has a wide musical career and he has shared stage or played with such great artists like Bo Diddley, John Lee Hooker, Paul Rodgers, Gregg Allman, Leon Russell, Hank Ballard, Eric Burdon, Fabulous Thunderbirds or Delbert McClinton. A powerful and gratifying album, which will purify your soul and recover you body. Congratulations Bill for your fruitful thirty years into the music business and this amazing present you give to good fans. GREAT. --- billlyerly.com

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Bill Lyerly Band - Railroad Station Blues (1998) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/pl/blues/1743-bill-lyerly/6211-bill-lyerly-band-railroad-station-blues-1998.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/pl/blues/1743-bill-lyerly/6211-bill-lyerly-band-railroad-station-blues-1998.html Bill Lyerly Band - Railroad Station Blues (1998)

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1 	You Never Know 	4:09
2 	Too Hurt To Cry / An Eye For An Eye 	6:20
3 	Case Of Jones 	3:50
4 	Somethin's Eatin' Me 	4:43
5 	See Past Your Eyes 	3:35
6 	Hangmen 	2:42
7 	Nothin' To Show 	4:27
8 	There Must Be An Angel 	4:25
9 	Virtual Reality Time 	3:54
10 	Railroad Station Blues / I Can't Understand 	8:39
11 	Down Along The Cove 	3:52

Bill Lyerly - Accordion, Composer, Guitar, Organ (Hammond), Piano, Producer, Vocals 

 

Bill Lyerly's playing on Railroad Station Blues recalls electric bluesmen like Muddy Waters and Freddie King, as well as blues-based rockers like Clapton and Hendrix, but he is most beholden to the powerful attack of Stevie Ray Vaughan. Highlights include "Hangman," a duet with Steve Earle. [Railroad Station Blues was originally released on Lyerly's own Broadcast label under the title Case of Jones; when Riviere International picked it up for distribution, it was retitled and several new tracks were added to the original program.] ---Steve Huey, AllMusic Review

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Bill Lyerly Band - Cobalt Blues (2001) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/pl/blues/1743-bill-lyerly/6207-bill-lyerly-band-cobalt-blues-2001.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/pl/blues/1743-bill-lyerly/6207-bill-lyerly-band-cobalt-blues-2001.html Bill Lyerly Band - Cobalt Blues (1999)

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1 	I Won't Care 	4:30
2 	Willy And The Handjive 	4:27
3 	Uh Huh 	4:22
4 	FM Shoes 	4:30
5 	Dark Glasses 	4:11
6 	Strange Feeling 	3:51
7 	Cobalt Blues / Done Somebody Wrong 	4:15
8 	Crazy Mama 	6:21
9 	You Never Know 	4:15
10 	I've Got Your Number 	4:12

Musicians:
Bill Lyerly – guitar, vocals
Stan Jones – bass
Dex Horton - drums

 

American roots rock rebel Bill Lyerly has a fascination with Europe that follows the tradition of two famous bluesmen with whom he has performed. Both John Lee Hooker and Bo Diddley found a great echo in the Old World for their music, a scenario which has also led Lyerly to establish himself in the Basque Country. This veteran guitarist, singer/ songwriter and keyboard artist has had a magnificent response from the public who flock to his shows. Lyerly´s new album, Too Hurt To Cry, is a collection of 11 songs recorded in the United States and mastered at the legendary Abbey Road Studios in London. It features a duet with Lyerly´s long time friend and multi-Grammy winner Steve Earle. As with all of his records, Too Hurt To Cry showcases Lyerly´s own unique vision of American roots music.

Lyerly began his musical career at age eleven after first hearing the blues/rock influenced music of the British Invasion. He played with bands throughout middle school, high school and college and in 1975 co-founded Super Grit Cowboy Band, called ¨the South´s hottest honky tonkers¨ by the The Village Voice. In 1980 Lyerly signed with RCA Nashville and began writing and recording albums and CDs. ---cdbaby.com

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