Bobby Blue Bland
Blues At Midnight
This is album number 12 on Malaco Records and it keeps the successful formula of horn-drenched soul blues and smokey vocals going. It is impeccably produced and Bobby still sounds great!
In 1947, seventeen year old Bobby Bland first visited Beale Street in Memphis. Fifty years later, Bobby Blue Bland was awarded the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in New York City.Read More
- 1. Where Do We Go From Here
- 2. You Hit The Nail On The Head
- 3. I've Got The Blues At Midnight
- 4. I Caught The Blues From Someone Else
- 5. Baby What's Wrong With You
- 6. I'm A Blues Man
- 7. This Man-Woman Thing
- 8. My Sunday's Coming Soon
- 9. What A Wonderful World
- 10. The Only Thing Missing Is You
- 11. Ghetto Nights
The years in between have been memorable ones. With over 60 album releases and more than 50 top ten singles spanning 78 rpm vinyl to CD's, Bobby's career accomplishments are equaled by few. For more than half a century, Bobby has thrilled audiences worldwide with his incomparable performances and recordings.
On this release from Malaco Records, Blues At Midnight, Bobby delivers songs from Malaco veteran writers George Jackson, Larry Addison, and Frederick Knight. A remake of Z.Z. Hill's "I'm A Blues Man," tells its story as if it was Bobby's autobiography. The classic "What A Wonderful World," rounds out a dynamic eleven song offering sure to please "Blues" army of loyal fans.
In 1992, before an admiring audience of his peers at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York, Bobby Blue Bland was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Thirteen years later, the "World's Greatest Blues Singer" is, at age 73, ready for the next show.