Twenty is a blues album by Robert Cray. It was released on 24 May 2005, through Sanctuary Records. All tracks composed by Robert Cray; except where indicated. That Ain't Love" – 4:43. Does It Really Matter" (Scott Mathews, James Pugh) – 3:54. My Last Regret" (James Pugh) – 3:50. It Doesn't Show" – 3:54. I'm Walkin'" (Chris Hayes, Kevin Hayes) – 3:54. I Know You will" (John Hanes, James Pugh) – 3:14.
Band Name The Robert Cray Band. 版公司 Sanctuary Records. 10. I Forgot to Be Your Lover. The Robert Cray Band. Other productions from The Robert Cray Band.
Written-By – Robert Cray (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 6, 8). Notes. Packaged in a Jewel case (transparent tray) + 4-page leaflet. Total Time: 47'03" (not specified, retrieved on CD player "Tascam CD-A500"). Catalog number taken from Matrix/Runout. Лицензионное соглашение № 058/М3-98 от 2. 8. Twenty (CD, Album, Promo).
Robert Cray Teams with Steve Jordan. and Legendary Memphis Sidemen for New Album. Robert Cray & Hi Rhythm out April 28 (Jay-Vee Records). Robert Cray has been bridging the lines between blues, soul and R&B for the past four decades, with five Grammy wins and over 20 acclaimed albums. For his latest project, Robert Cray & Hi Rhythm (April 28, Jay-Vee Records), the Blues Hall of Famer traveled to Memphis with his friend, renowned Grammy Award winning producer Steve Jordan, to make a classic soul album with Hi Rhythm, the band that helped create that sound . In the next decade the Cray Band recorded seven CDs, three of them live, and two – Twenty and This Time – were nominated for Grammys. The group’s most recent recordings, Nothing But Love and In My Soul put the band back on the Billboard Charts.
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Robert William Cray (born August 1, 1953) is an American blues guitarist and singer. He has led his own band and won five Grammy Awards,. YouTube Encyclopedic. By the age of twenty, Cray had seen his heroes Albert Collins, Freddie King and Muddy Waters in concert and decided to form his own band; they began playing college towns on the West Coast. In the late 1970s he lived in Eugene, Oregon, where he formed the Robert Cray Band and collaborated with Curtis Salgado in the Cray-Hawks .