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Come On Home

Posted on | By Nikobei | 8 comments
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8 comments on Come On Home

  1. Come On Home is written by Petula and has simple lyrics but a heartfelt vocal and a lovely arrangement. I really like this album and think it's worth seeking out. It has a nod towards country but it also has it's roots in pop and folk but the one constant is Petula's voice, it's remarkable.5/5(5).
  2. Come on home Lyrics. Well I've been up and down this road. For a million million miles. I feel like I'm chasing the sun. I want to slow down for just a little while. So come on home. You are all I.
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  4. Come Home is a soulful valentine to the same models that informed that first outing, juxtaposing solid new originals against venerable songs from Jimmy Reed, Earl King Johnson, Sonny Boy Williamson, Willie Mitchell, and other blues and soul masters from Memphis, Texas, and Chicago. Scaggs, always a model of taste (who else could have produced disco hits that still sound stylish), juggles two blue-chip /5(65).
  5. Come on, we're chasing everything we've ever wanted. Replace you easily, replace pathetically. I flirt with any flighty thing that falls my way. But how I needed you, when I needed you. Lets not forget we are so strong, so bloody strong. So come on home. So come on home. So come on home. Home.
  6. The collection of R&B standards that Boz has selected for Come On Home are wonderful. The album is superbly produced and you can clearly hear that Boz is in top form as he pays homage to the great blues and jazz masters of a bygone era/5(85).
  7. Packing in tow drummer Jim Keltner, guitarist Fred Tackett (from Little Feat), and slow-burning, soulful horn arrangements by Willie Mitchell, one of the founding fathers of Memphis soul (and composer of Come On Home's title track), Scaggs' covers of songs originally composed and performed by such legends as Jimmy Reed ("Found Love"), T-Bone Walker (the legendary "T-Bone Shuffle"), Sonny Boy 8/
  8. Come On Home Lyrics: You've been gone so long / No matter who's right, no matter who's wrong / Come on home, come on home / 'Cause that's where you .

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