Barry Charles | Something Going On Out There . . .

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Something Going On Out There . . .

by Barry Charles

Modern innovative blues
Genre: Blues: Blues Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Shirley Sassy
3:54 album only
2. Cruisin’
4:50 album only
3. Money Can’t Buy It
4:17 album only
4. High Technology Blues
3:42 album only
5. Somethin’ going on out there
4:16 album only
6. Little Red Rooster
4:22 album only
7. Don’t Want to Know
3:01 album only
8. You’re the One
3:58 album only


Album Notes
Shirley Sassy - First came the melody and the chords then the words were sourced from a dream I had about this sassy lady - Em

Crusin’ - A song I wrote years ago when I was discovering my country, it’s about looking for a new life, seeking adventure.This is the latest version - A

Money Can’t Buy It - My thoughts on those certain things that money can’t buy - Bm

High Technology Blues - Frustration with the latest technological gadgetry and the manuals that are provided with them pushed me to write this song - new today, obsolete tomorrow - it’s a bar coded used by date in an in your face world - Am

Something goin’ on out there - Another song written after a dream I had about a city I visited once - Am

Little Red Rooster - One of my favorite traditional blues numbers written by Willie Dixon, and in this, my latest rendition I hope to show my respect to this legendary blues man - E

Don’t Want to Know - This John Martyn song has always been in my repertoire, my latest solo rendition - Em

You’re the One - Bobby King was one of the backup singers for Ry Cooder. He wrote this ballad - one I’ve always wanted to perform - F



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