9 thoughts on “ Good Lover - Jimmy Reed - Upside Your Head (Cassette)

  1. 1 Jimmy Reed - I'm Goin' Upside Your Head 2 Eddie Taylor - I'm Gonna Love You 3 Bobby Bland - Two Steps From the Blues
  2. Check out Best of Jimmy Reed by Jimmy Reed on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on tubligetotisicilosachuterro.coinfo I'm Going Upside Your Head on The Best of Jimmy Reed. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart You're Something Else. on I'm Jimmy Reed. Good Lover on The Complete Singles As & BS
  3. A fantastic compilation of the "Big Boss Man" himself Mr. Jimmy Reed!! A must have for all blues lovers & fans of Jimmy tubligetotisicilosachuterro.coinfo song that was a hit is compiled into /5(6).
  4. Upside Your Head by JIMMY REED: Listen to songs by JIMMY REED on Myspace, a place where people come to connect, discover, and share.
  5. Jimmy Reed gets three discs to show his stuff, which is probably more than plenty for most but not enough for some. Good Lover 6. I Was So Wrong 7. I'm Gonna Get My Baby 8. Can't Stand To See You Go 9. I Ain't Got You Wear Something Green Pretty Things Signals Of Love I'm Going Upside Your Head Caress Me Baby Shoot 3/5(1).
  6. Upside Your Head, a Compilation of songs by Jimmy Reed. Released in on Charly (catalog no. CRB ; Vinyl 12").
  7. JIMMY REED's songs: Listen to songs by JIMMY REED on Myspace, Good Lover. JIMMY REED. Upside Your Head. 7. I Ain't Got You. JIMMY REED. Upside Your Head I'm Going Upside Your Head. JIMMY REED. Upside Your Head. 2. Honest I Do. JIMMY REED.
  8. Mathis James Reed (September 6, – August 29, ) was an American blues musician and songwriter. His particular style of electric blues was popular with blues as well as non-blues audiences. Reed's songs such as "Honest I Do" (), "Baby What You Want Me to Do" (), "Big Boss Man" (), and "Bright Lights, Big City" () appeared on both Billboard magazine's rhythm and blues.
  9. There isn't a bad track on Found tubligetotisicilosachuterro.coinfo only are some of Jimmy Reed's biggest hits included -- "Baby What You Want Me to Do," "Big Boss Man," and "Hush Hush" -- but the title track is particularly notable, as it contains a one-note harp wail that proves to be vibrant, heartfelt, and timeless. As with most of Reed's albums of this period -- and most blues albums of this era -- the album.

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