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Roy C. - Don't Blame The Man album flac

Performer: Roy C.
Genre: Funk
Title: Don't Blame The Man
Country: US
Released: 1973
Style: Soul
FLAC version ZIP size: 1595 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1979 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1305 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 892

Don't Blame Me is a 1995 solo guitar album Marc Ribot and released on the Japanese DIW label. It features several interpretations of jazz standards, showtunes, and modern jazz compositions as well as three improvisations by Ribot.

Roy C. – 1973 – Sex And Soul. The first in a trio of Roy C. albums released by Mercury in the mid 1970s. Sex And Soul is a brilliant, often underappreciated, collection of the purest of southern soul music. Hammond’s great songwriting skills and timeless arrangements combine to form an album that is an absolute must-have for true fans of the genre

1957-1961 (The Rare Singles Collection). 10 more albums featuring this track. He is best remembered for writing the top 40 hits "Candy Man", performed by Roy Orbison and "Everybody's Talkin'", performed by Harry Nilsson. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, and raised in St. Petersburg, Florida, Neil was one of the songwriters who for a time worked out of New York City's famous Brill Building.

Roy is Roy, he was incredible to work under. He’s highly opinionated," Murphy told the Gaultier GAA ‘Resilience Forum. We had a couple of Irish lads in the dressing room. Damien Delaney, I felt for him at times. He used to hate Damo for whatever reason. He used to wear the baseball cap on backwards and the American football jersey and they are from across the river from each other in Cork. One week I look at you and you’re controlling the game. The next week, I can’t find you on the pitch. But it’s okay, because I don’t blame you, I blame your parents for the way they brought you u. It depends how the lad takes it, but everyone is different. The last lad he went to, he went: ‘Do you want to be a footballer or don't you want to be a footballer, or do you want to take piss for a living like that fella?’ And all you see is the drug tester in the corner, his head is down, the poor fella didn’t know what was going on, it was incredible. But that was Roy, he was so honest.

I'm the Man is Joe Jackson's second album, released in October 1979. Taken from the album, "It's Different for Girls", was his biggest UK chart single, peaking at number five in the UK Singles Chart. I'm the Man was re-released in 2001 with one bonus track, a live version of "Come On". "Come On" was originally released as the b-side to Jackson's single "I'm the Man", also issued in October 1979.

Go blame the night for the darkness descending Blame the wind, say it laughs at you now that you're free That's how you want it to be Don't blame it on me. Now your life is empty And only tears remain Your high hopes turned to heartaches Your freedom turned to chains. Go blame rain and the wind and the darkness Blame the world for the way things have turned out to be Blame whatever you please. Don't blame it on me Don't blame it on me. More on Genius. Don’t Blame It on Me" Track Info.

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Nat King Cole recorded Don’t Blame Me as an instrumental with his trio several times, but it was his trio recording from 1944 with vocals (For Sentimental Reasons: 25 Early Vocal Classics) that would eventually become a hit when reissued four years later and which is an all-time classic among vocal versions of the tune. Among modern jazz fans and musicians Charlie Parker’s 1947 performance of Don’t Blame Me (Complete Dial Sessions Master Takes) is a definitive version of the tune. People wanting to explore Parker’s ballad style will find this to be an excellent starting point. Don’t Blame Me is written in A1-A2-B-A2 form, and the title phrase is used to open the song and close the A sections. Putting a twist on the phrase Don’t Blame Me, Fields’ lyrics profess love and passion, saying in short, Don’t blame me for falling in love with you ; instead, blame all your charms that melt in my arms.


A Don't Blame The Man 3:14
B I'm Bustin' My Rocks (Working On The Chain Gang) 2:43


  • Arranged By – Roy Hammond*
  • Producer – Roy C.*
  • Written-By – R. Hammond*

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
73391 Roy C.* Don't Blame The Man ‎(7") Mercury 73391 US 1973
DJ-370 Roy C.* Don't Blame The Man ‎(7", Mono, Promo) Mercury DJ-370 US 1973
73391 Roy C.* Don't Blame The Man ‎(7", Single) Mercury 73391 US 1973