Yield Not To Temptation




Robert Calvin Bland was born on January 27, 1930 in the small town of Rosemark, Tennessee. He first sang with a Gospel group called The Miniatures and then he moved on to a Blues group that was called the Beale Streeters. This group included such legends as B.B. King, Junior Parker, Johnny Ace, and Rosco Gordon. Bobby ‘ Blue’ Bland didn't play any instruments or write any music, but what he brought to the songs made it his own all the way !

Bobby 'Blue' Bland - Yield Not To Temptation

Bobby 'Blue' Bland - Turn On Your Love Light


Comments

Fire of lovE said…
Do you know what year and label these songs are from ?
Cant find them on any of my Bobby Bland records.

Two steps from the Blues is one of the best records ever made.

Rock On
Reverend Frost said…
Turn On Your Love Light :DLPS-75 - "Here's The Man" - [1962] Duke Records, Reissued in 1974 as ABC/Duke DLPX-75.

Yield Not : Duke 352 - Yield Not To Temptation / How Does A Cheating Woman Feel - 1962 ("7)

Or check out "the anthology" on cd http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B00005K32H/catalogofcool-20/002-4150662-3248039

Keep on rockin'
Fire of lovE said…
Thanks. Like to know the relase year. ( For the history)

Have The Duke recordings Vol one from MCA (1992)
1952- 1961 recordings

Never seen Vol 2
Fire of lovE said…
And of course, som vinyl stuff
Reverend Frost said…
vol 3 is available too on mca !
you were right, two steps is a fantastic Lp.

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