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Til the Blues Have Gone

The Bills

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1.1
Til the Blues Have Gone
The Bills
3:27
1.2
Last Chance to Hurt Me
The Bills
3:19
1.3
Good Lord Done Gone
The Bills
3:05
1.4
Slipping Through the Cracks
The Bills
3:18
1.5
Keeping the Blues Alive
The Bills
3:51
1.6
Asking for More
The Bills
3:24
1.7
Already Gone
The Bills
3:27
1.8
Driving Rain
The Bills
3:42
1.9
Still Might Be Around
The Bills
3:21
1.10
Road is Long
The Bills
3:07
1.11
Sun Was Going Down
The Bills
3:42
1.12
Grinnin' in Your Face
The Bills
2:28
1.13
Didn't Know What I Had
The Bills
4:18
Total Playing Time    44:29
With easy-going grooves, a dose of swing, pop, and a hint of New Orleans blues, Til the Blues Have Gone takes the listener from a melancholy mood to one with a positive and bright future. The new songs follow traditional elements of The Bills, combining their distinct vocal blend, Billy T’s driving bass, Bill Booth’s blues style fiddle and guitar work, with Alexander Pettersen’s rhythm on the drums.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Wheeling Records Studio Masters

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