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Gotta Change The Rules - The Robert Cray Band - Dont Be Afraid Of The Dark


1988
Label: Mercury - 834 923-2,Hightone Records - 834 923-2 • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Blues • Style: Modern Electric Blues
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With 's Strong Persuaderguitarist and vocalist Robert Cray stepped to the front of the line as a smooth and intelligent practitioner of the blues genre. Strong Persuader almost worked as well as a greatest hits set, with the brilliant Willie Mitchell-influenced "I Guess I Showed Her" being best of a perfect ten. With that standard being set, Don't Be Afraid of the Dark is marred by it's lack of potent material and a tired-sounding band and Cray.

The title is a steamy Lavenders Blue, Dilly Dilly - Uncle Mac - Nursery Rhymes (No. 3) punctuated by the Memphis Horns.

Although the relationship blues are stinging here, this album's best effort strays far from the formula. The oddly humorous "Night Patrol" has Cray playing armchair therapist wondering what went wrong with a drunk, and a year-old girl on the corner. By song's end he can also wonder about himself, as he too hits the streets a potentially dangerous wandering psycho. This is one of those albums that might not be exciting at first, but if it is listened to intently some of the songs do become worthwhile.

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  1. Apr 24,  · "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark" is a solid release from the veteran Cray, though he has made better albums since. As is always the case with Robert Cray releases, I listen intently to the dazzling guitar work to remember why Cray gets paid to do this/5(17).
  2. Jan 01,  · Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, released in , was American blues musician Robert Cray's follow-up to Strong Persuader. It was unable to match the mainstream success of Strong Persuader, peaking at #32 on Billboard and staying on the charts for 60 weeks/5(6).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the red label Vinyl release of Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark on Discogs.
  4. Robert Cray "Gotta Change The Rules": Gotta change the rules If they don't include me You're gonna cheat me I don't play with 'ya Submit Corrections. AZLyrics. R. Robert Cray Lyrics. album: "Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark" () Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark Don't You Even Care Your Secret's Safe With Me I Can't Go Home Night Patrol.
  5. For the most part Don't Be Afraid of the Dark has the sly work Cray is famous for. The sprite "Gotta Change Rules" the country/Memphis sound influenced has Cray 6/
  6. About Robert Cray Robert Cray has created a sound that rises from American roots and arrives today both fresh and familiar. In just over 40 years Cray and his band have recorded 20 studio releases, 15 of which have been on the Billboard charts, and played bars, concert halls.
  7. Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, released in , was American blues musician Robert Cray's follow-up to Strong Persuader. It was unable to match the mainstream success of Strong Persuader, peaking at #32 on Billboard and staying on the charts for 60 maladibeazelunenuardana.infoinfo: Urban blues.

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