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Harlem river blues
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Harlem River Blues is Justin Townes Earle's third studio album, released on January 1, , on Bloodshot Records. Professional ratings. Aggregate scores. Lyrics to 'Harlem River Blues' by Justin Townes Earle. Lord, I'm going uptown / To the Harlem River to drown / Dirty water gonna cover me over / And I'm not. Product Description. Harlem River Blues straddles not only the Mason-Dixon, but time itself. As versed in Mance Lipscomb as he is in M. Ward and sporting Marc.
Lord, I'm goin' uptown to the Harlem River to drown. Dirty water gonna cover me over and I'm not gonna make a sound. I'm on a roll, mama, I gotta go, gotta get. 14 Sep Metacritic Music Reviews, Harlem River Blues by Justin Townes Earle, The third album for the son of Steve Earle was produced with Skylar. 14 Sep Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Harlem River Blues - Justin Townes Earle on AllMusic - - Justin.
11" x 17" full color poster for the album Harlem River Blues. Find a Justin Townes Earle - Harlem River Blues first pressing or reissue. Complete your Justin Townes Earle collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs. Harlem River Blues by Justin Townes Earle, released 14 September 1. Harlem River Blues 2. One More Night In Brooklyn 3. Move Over Mama 4. Workin' . Harlem River Blues. By Justin Townes Earle. • 11 songs. Play on Spotify. 1. Harlem River Blues. 2. One More Night In Brooklyn. 3. 10 Jan Stream Harlem River Blues by Justin Townes Earle from desktop or your mobile device.
A record that's perfect for late Indian summer nights on either the front porch or fire escape, Justin's found yet another way to be a timeless original. As versed in . More Information. Harlem River Blues CD. Released in Track List. Harlem River Blues; One More Night In Brooklyn; Move Over Mama; Workin' For The. 29 Aug For a guy who grew up in a sort of musical royal family — he's the son of Steve Earle, and was named for Townes Van Zandt — it's surprising. Review – Justin Townes Earle's Harlem River Blues production can only go so far. There's no meat here, no body. No soul, no blood, no deep roots–just aping.