9 thoughts on “ Tony McPhee & Friends* - Me And The Devil / I Asked For Water, She Gave Me Gasoline (CD)

  • source: Sheldon Harris: Blues Who's who photographer: Norbert Hess. Jo Ann Kelly 5. 1. - "This is a remarkable woman. Her entry in Sheldon Harris's Blues Who's Who (and the first remarkable thing is that a white English woman has an entry in it at all) tells us that Jo Ann Kelly's recorded performances have been released on labels like Epic and Columbia, as well as Blue Goose.
  • Tony McPhee/Friends Me & The Devil/I Asked For Water 2-CD NEW SEALED Groundhogs. £ + £ P&P. The Soul Stirrers - Jesus Gave Me Water CD NEW. £ + £ P&P ( BLUES) "I ASKED FOR WATER, SHE GAVE ME GASOLINE" VINYL LP RECORDS Me And The Devil/I Asked For Water, She Gave Me Gasoline (2CD) NEW. average based on 1 5/5(1).
  • This double CD is a reissue of two LPs -- Me and the Devil from and I Asked For Water, She Gave Me Gasoline -- and is largely made up of acoustic blues numbers, although some jug band and electric band tracks appear on the latter one/5(10).
  • Me and the Devil / I Asked for Water, She Gave Me Gasoline, a Compilation of songs by Tony McPhee & Friends. Released in on BGO (catalog no. BGOCD; CD). Genres: Blues.
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  • Up for grabs is this double CD by Tony McPhee & Friends which contains 2 albums. Entitled Me And The Devil and I Asked For Water, She Gave Me Gasoline, it contains 31 tracks (see below for tracklisting). On the BGO label, the catalogue number is BGOCD This item is NEW, UNPLAYED AND STILL SEALED.5/5.
  • Holy water cannot help you now Thousand armies couldn't keep me out I don't want your money I don't want your crown See I've come to burn your kingdom down Holy water cannot help you now See I've come to burn your kingdom down And no rivers and no lakes can put the fire out I'm gonna raise the stakes, I'm gonna smoke you out Seven devils all.
  • These two compilations, paired up here on a double-CD set, were just among the many to come out in the late '60s dedicated to British blues. And every single one seemed to feature the remarkable Jo-Ann Kelly (simply one of the best blues singers of any time and place, who sadly died in ) and Tony McPhee, who'd go on to greater fame and fortune and guitarist and leader of the Groundhogs.
  • Jun 01,  · And here I have to bring into the light two albums (now reissued as a 2 CD set titled "Tony McPhee & Friends") of good period blues from early in the British blues boom. Both albums (originally titled "Me And The Devil", and "I Asked For Water, She Gave Me Gasoline") include a number of tracks by Kelly, along with other blues players from that era/5(4).

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