The Consolers - Glad To Be In The Number / I Shall Not Want download album
Back in black I hit the sack I’ve been too long I’m glad to be back Yes I’m let loose From the noose That’s kept me hanging about Lookin’ at the sky ‘Cause it’s gettin’ me high Forget the hearse ’cause I’ll never die I got nine lives Cat’s eyes Abusin’ every one of them and. running wild. Cause I’m back Yes I’m back Well I’m back Yes I’m back Well I’m hey hey hey hey (Hey hey hey hey) Well I’m back in black Yes I’m back in black Back in the back Of a Cadillac Number one with a bullet I’m a power pack Yes, I’m in a band, with
Consolers of the Lonely is the second album by American rock band The Raconteurs. It was released on March 25, 2008 on Warner Bros. Records in most parts of the world, and a day earlier on XL Recordings in the UK. The band did no promotion before the album's release, and its existence was only confirmed a week before.
The Consolers were a husband and wife duo from Florida - consisting of Brother Sullivan Pugh on guitar and lead vocals and his devout wife Iola singing harmony and sometimes lead. It was in Florida that they met and married. From their base in Miami, they toured the south eastern states and in 1952/ 3 made their first recordings for local operator Henry Stone, as the Miami Soul Stirrers for Glory and as the Spiritual Consolers on DeLuxe. Late in 1955 they were signed by Ernie Young's Nashboro label and a long and successful relationship began. Nashboro's gospel operation never paid much attention to the possibilities of crossover; for one thing it was scarcely there in the '50s, but even in later years, when the Staple Singers were playing the Newport Jazz Festival and being boosted by Bob Dylan, the label - and, it would seem, The Consolers - were happy to keep addressing their black audience.
Consolers Of The Lonely really delivers proof of the existence of talent The Raconteurs possess. From the great bass playing of Jack Lawrence, to the incredible, in sync vocals of Jack White and Brendan Benson. The transition between Jack and Brendan is extraordinary. You hear it clearly, but it doesn’t kill the mood; as many bands tend to do when attempting a change-up. It was a fairly, conservative album. Although, the CD turned out to be a great collaboration of catchy lyrics and good beats, in my opinion, it doesn’t reach the level Consolers Of The Lonely seems to reach. Fans of The White Stripes were upset to see that White wasn’t the lead lyric writer. I guess they were just hoping to see a duplicate of The White Stripes, with just a different name, and with more people. Benson shows his lyric writing skills well in Broken Boy Soldiers, but exceeds expectations in Consolers Of The Lonely.
album: Consolers Of The Lonely. The Consolers - Lord Heal Our Land. album: Jesus Brought Joy. The Consolers - Waiting For My Child To Come Home. album: Give God Thanks. The Consolers - Every Christian Mother. album: The Best Of The Consolers. The Consolers - Don't Let Anything Shake Your Faith. Glad to Be in the Number. album: Waiting at the River. The Consolers - I Shall Not Want. album: My Soul Can't Rest Contented. The Consolers - Long Long Journey. album: Every Christian Mother. The Raconteurs - Pull This Blanket Off. album: Consolers Of The Lonely. The Consolers - All of God's Children Are One. The Consolers - Too Late.
Biography by Ron Wynn. This Florida husband and wife duo became extremely popular during the '50s and '60s with their song sermons and downhome stories of spiritual triumph. Brother" Sullivan Pugh played a blues-tinged guita. ead Full Biography. I Know What It Means. Help Me to Understand.
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