|1||Leave You In The Arms Of Your Other Man||2:33|
|SS7-2654||Fenton Robinson||The Getaway / Leave You In The Arms Of Your Other Man (7", Single)||Sound Stage 7||SS7-2654||US||1970|
|SS7-2654||Fenton Robinson||The Getaway (7")||Sound Stage 7||SS7-2654||US||1970|
|SS7-2654||Fenton Robinson||The Getaway / Leave You In The Arms Of Your Other Man (7", Single, Promo)||Sound Stage 7||SS7-2654||US||1970|
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The Getaway - Original - Fenton Robinson. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Fenton Robinson born Fenton Lee Robinson on 23 September 1935 died 25 November 1997 was an American blues singer and exponent of the Chicago blues guitar. He recorded his signature song, Somebody Loan Me a Dime, in 1967. The song was used in the film The Blues Brothers, being heard playing on the radio when Jake John Belushi is being transported and paroled. A cover version was recorded by Boz Scaggs in 1969. He recorded his signature song, read more. Fenton Robinson - Getaway. On this page you can download song Fenton Robinson - Getaway in mp3 and listen online. Fenton Robinson. Somebody Loan Me A Dime. The Getaway. Released: Jun Robinson - The Getaway. Artist: Fenton Robinson. Album: Blues: The American Sound, 2014. Disclaimer: All audio & visual parts in my videos are the sole property of their respective owners. The videos are purely for entertainment and recreational purposes. No Copyright infringement intended . Album 2018 1 Song. The Getaway - Single. Blues 2018. Other Albums by Fenton Robinson. Out of Chicago the Chicago Blues Master Live and Studio Sessions 198992. Fenton's Blues -. Stormy Monday. Mellow Fellow. Blues in Progress. Special Road. The Getaway - Fenton Robinson. Лучшие песни Fenton Robinson. You Don't Know What Love Is. Texas Flood. As The Years Go Passing By. Fenton Lee Robinson September 23, 1935 November 25, 1997 was an American blues singer and exponent of the Chicago blues guitar. Robinson was born near Greenwood, Mississippi. He left home at the age of 18 and moved to Memphis, Tennessee, where he recorded his first single Tennessee Woman in 1957. In 1959, he made his first recording of As the Years Go Passing By, later recorded by several other blues artists. He settled in Chicago in 1962