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Good Life - Blues Image - Red White & Blues Image (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Blues Image was a group from Tampa, Florida that achieved a brief yet strong burst of critical acclaim and commercial success in the late 60s and early pleasirluxingberscakosnamofarmcornli.xyzinfo for mixing blues, Latin music, smooth pop, and other styles, their most successful song was the soft rock hit "Ride Captain Ride", a release from their album 'Open' that went all the way to #4 in Billboard.
  2. Find album release information for Living the Blues [Time-Life Inc.] - Various Artists on AllMusic.
  3. This two-fer from Collectables features a pair of out of print album's by the Blues Image, Blues Image and Red, White and Blues Image; both were originally issued on Atco in and Highlights from these albums include "Outside Was Night," "Lay Your Sweet Love on Me," "Rise Up," and "Gas Lamps and Clay.".
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Blues Image - Red White & Blues Image at Discogs. Complete your Blues Image collection/5(41).
  5. The Red White and Blues Image album isn't quite like the debut album. It's more about the vocal melodies. I'd say every song on the third album is melodic and sometimes bordering on either soul or gospel music while mostly focusing on rock and roll, of course/5(14).
  6. Feb 01,  · Blues Image was a rock band from Florida active in the early 70's. They are best known for their top 5 hit "Ride Captain Ride" They released a total of 4 singles. This, their last single from the.
  7. Song information for Good Life - The Blues Image on AllMusic Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; The Blues Image. Red White & Blues Image. The Blues Image. Blues Image/Red, White and Blues Image. Collectables: AllMusic.
  8. May 22,  · BLUES IMAGE - It Happens All The Time ALBUM Red White & Blues Image ().
  9. It was Blues Image's only charting hit, making the group a one-hit wonder. Pinera left the band to join Iron Butterfly in the fall of , during the recording of Open, and was replaced by singer Denny Correll and guitarist Kent Henry. The band later broke up after the release of their third album, Red White & Blues Image, in May The.