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Michael Johnson - You Can Call Me Blue FLAC album

From the excellent 1980 album "You Can Call Me Blue".

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You Can Call Me Blue.

A1. You Can Call Me Blue. Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Steve GibsonBacking Vocals – Marie ClarkBass – Bob WrayCongas – Terry McMillanDrums – Roger ClarkElectric Guitar – Jon GoinElectric Piano – Bobby OgdinPiano, Organ – Shane KeisterSaxophone – Blue Jay Patton. A2. After You. Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Steve GibsonAcoustic Guitar, Guitar – Michael Johnson (5)Backing Vocals – Greg Gordon (2), Marie ClarkBass – Bob WrayDrums – Roger ClarkElectric Guitar – Jon GoinElectric Piano – Shane KeisterPiano – Bobby Ogdin  . Michael Johnson (5). You Can Call Me Blue ‎(LP, Album, Promo).

Michael Jay Johnson (August 8, 1944 – July 25, 2017) was an American pop, country, and folk singer-songwriter and guitarist. He is best known for his 1978 hit song "Bluer Than Blue". He charted four hits on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and nine more on Hot Country Songs, including two Number One country hits in 1986's "Give Me Wings" and "The Moon Is Still Over Her Shoulder". He also co-wrote "Cain's Blood", the debut single of 1990s country group 4 Runner.

Well I'm not a foolish man but I'm half out of my head Sitting here remembering the foolish things I said Here nobody knows me, nobody asks my name But it doesn't really matter 'cause it feels about the same. You can call me blue, you can call me untrue You can call me wrong even if the love is gone You can call me friend till the very end Anytime you got an extra dime, call me sometime. Could've called me fool, you should've called me mad But you didn't have to call if off, you made me feel so bad. Compositor: Larry Brown, David Morgan. Encontrou algum erro na letra?

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Johnson was rarely adventurous but he could deliver the goods, even though listeners with a passing interest in the songwriter may find the material a little monotonous. That said, Bluer Than Blue does an excellent job of rounding up highlights from a career that was consistent in style but not in quality. Pop fans will be roped in by his two earliest hits, plus "Almost Like Being in Love," while country fans will use "Give Me Wings" and "The Moon Is Still Over Her Shoulder" as their entrance.

Johnson has never been easy to classify, but Adult Contemporary is probably the best bet, and fans of the local lite FM station are probably familiar with "Bluer Than Blue" and "The Night Won't Last Forever. This will be a generally pleasing compilation to Johnson fans, but the classic "Life's a Bitch (And Then You Die)" is sorely missed. Michael achieved a second top twenty hit with This night won't last forever. Two minor hits (The very first time, You can call me blue) complete Michael's run in the American pop charts. Finding himself without a recording contract, Michael eventually contacted Brent Maher, who had produced his early hits. Brent told Michael that he was now the producer for the Judds and that maybe country music was worth investigating. Brent was also producing an album for Sylvia (best known for Nobody) and decided that one song was ideal as a duet.

The Michael Johnson Album (Vinyl) 1978. Dialogue (Vinyl) 1979. You Can Call Me Blue (Vinyl) 1980. Moonlit Deja Vu 2012. Ain't Dis Da Life (Vinyl) 1977.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 You Can Call Me Blue
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Steve GibsonAlto Saxophone – Blue Jay Patton*Backing Vocals – Marie ClarkBass – Bob WrayCongas – Terry McMillanDrums – Roger ClarkElectric Guitar – Jon GoinElectric Piano [Rhodes] – Bobby OgdinPiano, Organ – Shane Keister
3:20
A2 After You
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Steve GibsonAcoustic Guitar, Guitar [Classical] – Michael Johnson Backing Vocals – Greg Gordon , Marie ClarkBass – Bob WrayDrums – Roger ClarkElectric Guitar – Jon GoinElectric Piano [Rhodes] – Shane KeisterPiano – Bobby Ogdin
3:42
A3 Savin' It Up
Backing Vocals – Greg Gordon , Marie ClarkBass – Bob WrayDrums – Roger ClarkElectric Guitar – Jon GoinPiano, Electric Piano [Rhodes] – Bobby OgdinSitar – Steve GibsonSynthesizer – Shane Keister
3:24
A4 You, You, You
Backing Vocals – Mark Phillips Bass, Arranged By [Strings] – Jack WilliamsDrums – Kenny MaloneElectric Guitar – Steve GibsonElectric Piano [Rhodes], Synthesizer – Shane KeisterPercussion – Farrell MorrisPiano – Tom SnowStrings – The Shelly Kurland Strings
2:42
A5 Blame It On The Rain
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Steve GibsonBass, Arranged By [Strings] – Jack WilliamsDrums – Kenny MaloneElectric Piano [Rhodes], Synthesizer – Shane KeisterPercussion – Farrell MorrisPiano – Tom SnowStrings – The Shelly Kurland Strings
3:34
B1 Right Through The Heart
Backing Vocals – Marie Clark, Todd CerneyBass – Bob WrayCongas – Terry McMillanDrums – Roger ClarkElectric Guitar – Steve GibsonElectric Piano [Rhodes] – Bobby OgdinSynthesizer – Shane Keister
3:56
B2 Don't Ask Why
Arranged By [Strings] – Del NewmanBass – Jack WilliamsDrums – Kenny MaloneGuitar [Classical] – Michael Johnson Percussion – Farrell MorrisPiano – Shane KeisterPiano [Wurlitzer] – Bill LaBounty
3:07
B3 Staying With It
Backing Vocals – Greg Gordon , Marie ClarkBass – Bob WrayDrums – Roger ClarkElectric Guitar – Jon Goin, Steve GibsonPiano, Synthesizer – Shane Keister
2:36
B4 You Sure Fooled Me
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Steve GibsonBass, Arranged By [Strings] – Jack WilliamsDrums – Kenny MalonePiano – Tom SnowStrings – The Shelly Kurland Strings
3:15
B5 Empty Hearts
Bass [Fretless] – Bob WrayElectric Piano [Rhodes] – Shane KeisterGuitar [Classical] – Michael Johnson
3:34

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EMAM.15 Michael Johnson You Can Call Me Blue ‎(LP) EMI America EMAM.15 Australia 1980
SW-17035 Michael Johnson You Can Call Me Blue ‎(LP, Album) EMI America SW-17035 US 1980
4XW- 17035 Michael Johnson You Can Call Me Blue ‎(Cass, Album) EMI America 4XW- 17035 US 1980
EYS-81372 Michael Johnson You Can Call Me Blue ‎(LP, Album, Promo) EMI America EYS-81372 Japan 1980

Tracklist

A You Can Call Me Blue 3:20
B Don't Ask Why 3:07

Credits

  • Engineer – Rich Shirmer*
  • Producer – Steve Gibson
  • Producer, Engineer – Brent Maher
  • Written-By – D. Morgan*, L. Brown

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
10C 006-086.256 Michael Johnson You Can Call Me Blue ‎(7") Capitol 10C 006-086.256 Spain 1980
P-8054 Michael Johnson You Can Call Me Blue ‎(7", Single, Promo) EMI America P-8054 US 1980
8054 Michael Johnson You Can Call Me Blue / Don't Ask Why ‎(7") EMI America 8054 US 1980
F 8054 Michael Johnson You Can Call Me Blue ‎(7", Single) EMI America F 8054 New Zealand 1980


Michael Johnson  - You Can Call Me Blue FLAC album
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You Can Call Me Blue
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