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Nothin' but the Blues Without You

by Ann M. Wolf

"Nothin' But The Blues Without You" The Album: Delivering Blues to Cruise with, this power-packed album rocks onto the scene in many styles, yet with one inspirational message of hope. The tracklist includes a perfect blend of Delta Blues, Blues/Rock, Gospel Blues, Bayou Blues, Country/Blues & Ann Wolf originals, all about the sometimes winding path to peace.
Genre: Blues: Blues Gospel
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Nothin' but the Blues Without You
4:08 $0.99
2. For Every Tear I Cry
3:31 $0.99
3. I Feel a Song Comin' On (Live)
5:07 $0.99
4. Lord, I Just Can't Keep from Cryin' Sometimes
3:44 $0.99
5. Lord, Don't Move the Mountain
5:01 $0.99
6. On the Run
2:52 $0.99
7. People Get Ready
3:57 $0.99
8. Sunday Feelin' All Week Long
5:49 $0.99
9. Remember Me (Blues Version)
4:34 $0.99
10. Polishin' Up My Stone
3:09 $0.99
11. Time in the Journey of the Soul
3:07 $0.99
12. Were You There?
3:46 $0.99
13. You Got to Move
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"Nothin' But The Blues Without You"

DESCRIPTION: "Blues to Cruise" in many styles, yet with one inspirational message. Delta Blues, Blues/Rock, Gospel Blues, Bayou Blues, Country/Blues & Ann Wolf originals...all about the sometimes winding path to peace.

PATRIOTIC & CHRISTIAN BIKER THEMES: Many of the songs from this CD are featured on Ann M. Wolf's YouTube Channel such as "Patriots on Wheels" to the title cut of this album (Nothin' But The Blues Without You)"; and also found at YouTube is, "Sunday Feelin' All Week Long" telling the story of Christian Bikers from around the world, working together to support various causes, in Unity of Spirit. SEE BLUES/ROCK PLAYLIST

BIKER & CHRISTIAN PATRIOT: Ann is a member of various civic groups which often leads to offering support to community causes such as Veteran Parades, Honor Escorts, Flag Lines, 1st-Responder or Military Ceremonies, etc., from the family Harley; she & her husband run with Patriot Guard, with Rolling Thunder, ® Inc., American Legions Riders and other groups in support of God & Country.


(Traditional Blues) Other songwriters featured on this CD: Mahalia Jackson, Blind Willie Johnson, Mississippi Fred McDowell and more.

​Track 1 - "Nothin' But The Blues Without You":
​Says Ann, "This entire CD represents "Blues to Cruise" in many styles, yet with one inspirational message; however, this song kind of sums it all up knowing that without the Spirit of God at the helm of our consciousness, we cannot know the fullness of peace and wisdom which can bring not only "Life," but "Life Abundantly. The Video features those who "ride" in honor of our military, our first-responders & their families" WATCH VIDEO

Songwriter: Ann M. Wolf - Music & Words - C 2013 - BMI - All Rights Reserved.

Track 2 - "For Every Tear I Cry": Says Ann, "Broken & spilled out"...can describe the state of many of us, who have known dark nights of the soul. Yet, for each tear we cry, there can enter that touch of mercy or the strength of Grace; and as our experiences begin to translate into compassion for others, we come to know that "Holy Vase" that brings rest for our souls and a home for our heart, even in the midst of chaos..."

Songwriter: Ann M. Wolf - Music & Words - C 2013 - BMI - All Rights Reserved.

Track 3 - "I Feel a Song Comin' On": Says Ann, "Throughout my life I have experienced the transforming power of music. For instance, in a moment of despair, an idea for a song might suddenly come into mind and as I would pour out my soul into the new piece, I would often begin to experience the start of healing. For me, being able to transition from agony to peace was often through the creation of new artistic works; but for others, it can appear via a love of nature, or art, or perhaps a feeling arising from an unexpected conversation with someone special who seems to appear at the right moment. But however it happens... somehow that mercy comes; and for those moments in my life, I give thanks, especially in how I have been able to not only survive difficult times, but live to share the joy of grace with other souls. I pray that mercy and kindness reaches all souls who are enduring their nights, as they reach for mercy and find grace."

"Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy, and find grace to help in time of need." - Hebrews 5:16 (KJV)

Songwriter: Ann M. Wolf - Music & Words - C 2013 - BMI - All Rights Reserved.

Track 4 - "Lord, I Just Can't Keep From Cryin' Sometimes": Says Ann, "This song is dedicated to all who have suffered sorrow & loss, but especially to those have become injured in defense of Liberty or who have stood in harms' way so that others might live. May you all be comforted and blessed ten fold, for what you have sacrificed, for the sake of Life, Liberty & Freedom." WATCH VIDEO

Songwriter: This Gospel/Blues song is written by Blind Willie Johnson and is in the public domain.

​Track 5 - "Lord, Don't Move The Mountain": Says Ann, "I have learned to pause in the face of difficulties before rendering judgement as to whether a situation is "good or bad"; because in the midst of deep challenges or even persecution, God could be at work through those very conditions, to bring healing to someone through us, or to strengthen our souls in the process of working through a given experience. We know that the "fiery darts" will come, because that is the nature of the world; but we also know that "Grace is sufficient"...if we can learn to hold to Grace through it all."

Songwriter: Composed by Mahalia Jackson & Inez Andrews & Doris Akers

Track 6 - "On The Run": Says Ann, "As the title of this whole CD suggests, there really is "nothing but blues" without God in the midst of our relationships. Stability is hard to find these days; but our hope is in learning to walk in Mercy as we hold to Grace, which gives us the wisdom and strength to endure unto the time when we can celebrate our growth together."

Songwriter: Ann M. Wolf - Music & Words - C 2013 - BMI - All Rights Reserved.

Track 7 - "People Get Ready": Says Ann, "This is a classic favorite among contemporary Gospel Blues songs."

Songwriter: By Curtis Mayfield of The Impressions​

Track 8 - "Sunday Feelin' All Week Long": Says Ann, "Jesus described "The Church" as being built within those within the Body of Christ, who walk by His Leading (Mercy & Grace); so the purpose of our "gathering together" (such as going to church,) ideally is to encourage one another in the development of "The Church" within each of us. This would not just be pertaining to the moments we gather, but in order to inspire a consciousness that we can take with us every where we go as well as share with everyone we meet. The Video emphasizes our Unity via the Spirit of God as we work together to serve God, no matter what patch we are wearing." WATCH VIDEO

Songwriter: Ann M. Wolf - Music & Words - C 2013 - BMI - All Rights Reserved.

Track 9 - "Remember Me": Says Ann, "This song, written from the perspective of Jesus speaking at the Last Supper, invites us all to attune to the beautiful, healing power of His Presence (by the Spirit) each day and share it with others, everywhere we go. This song is also featured on the "Remember Me" album; but on this CD, the song arrangement carries a touch of Blues along with subtle tones of steel guitar & reminiscent of a Willie Nelson style Country ballad."

Songwriter: Ann M. Wolf - Music & Words - C 2013 - BMI - All Rights Reserved.

Track 10 - "Polishin' Up My Stone": Says Ann, " I wrote this song with my husband in mind, since we both love to dance to Cajun Music; but the message is universal to all souls....we may start with knowledge in life, but our stone becomes polished over time, as we embrace wisdom and compassion to add to our understanding." WATCH VIDEO

Songwriter: Ann M. Wolf - Music & Words - C 2013 - BMI - All Rights Reserved.

​Track 11 - "Time In The Journey of the Soul": Says Ann, "Discovering & developing a sense of "Purpose" is a great thing to pass on to our young, but also something to live out fully in our own lives, offering to everyone we meet, an example of exuberance, coupled with peace that is based in the certainty of the spiritual destiny of our souls in Grace." WATCH VIDEO

Songwriter: Ann M. Wolf - Music & Words - C 2013 - BMI - All Rights Reserved.

Track 12 - "Were You There?": Says Ann, "With deep "Soul & Gospel" Roots, this song is a devotional depiction of the death and resurrection of Jesus."

Songwriter: This traditional, Gospel Blues song is in the public domain.

Track 13 - "You Gotta Move": Says Ann, "Great ladies such as Sister Rosetta Tharpe spent years on the road, opening up the way for many others to follow. This is one of my favorites from her collection of great Gospel Blues."

Songwriter: Mississippi Fred McDowell & Rev. Gary Davis
This version in the tradition of the great Rosetta Tharpe

WATCH ANN'S YOUTUBE VIDEOS: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCruTSO4fDZR7-UgqTzylL0w

ARTIST BIO: https://www.annwolfmusic.org/about/



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