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🎤 Teresa James - Oh Yeah! MP3

  • Performer: Teresa James
  • Title: Oh Yeah!
  • Genre: Blues
  • Country: US
  • Record source: CD, Album
  • Released: 2003
  • Style: Modern Electric Blues
  • Label: Jesilu Records
  • MP3 album: 2959 mb
  • FLAC album: 2223 mb
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 605
🎤 Teresa James - Oh Yeah! MP3


1High Maintenance Man3:47
2Come Up And See Me Sometime3:38
3In And Out Of Love4:22
4Easy Come, Easy Go4:06
5My Heart Took A Beating3:09
6Easier Said Than Done4:26
7May You Never4:09
8Wind Cries The Blues6:02
9All That I Am4:46
10When The Winds Die Down3:31
11I Want It All2:37
12I'll Find Someone Who Will5:09


  • Bass Guitar, VocalsTerry Wilson
  • DrumsJames Cruce
  • Guitar, VocalsBilly Watts
  • Percussion, VocalsDebra Dobkin
  • SaxophoneJerry Peterson
  • Vocals, PianoTeresa James


  • Matrix / Runout: PMS-TERESA JAMES/092024


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Jesilu Records


Album 2003 12 Songs. Benny Mardones & Teresa James - Single. Street Kid - free to Teresa James Oh Yeah When The Winds Die Down, Come Up And See Me Sometime and more. 13 tracks 53:50. Teresa James. Oh Yeah, 2003. When the Winds Die Down, 03:31. Come Up and See Me Sometime, 03:38. My Heart Took a Beating, 03:09. Easy Come, Easy Go, 04:06. High Maintenance Man, 03:47. Wind Cries the Blues, 06:02. Artist - Teresa James Album - Oh Yeah Song - Wind Cries The Blues Release Date - 2004 I do not own any copyrights over this artist, song or By Request. 70's Hits Patriotic. Oh Yeah Teresa James. The Whole Enchilada. Cool 'N' Yule - The Christmas Album. Various artists. Oh Yeah. James' singing is sassy, a little raspy, and powerful - every song is memorable - -Blues Review, AugustSeptember 2003. Go Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist Sample. Released: Jan 2003. Home Blues Teresa James Teresa James Oh Yeah 2008. Teresa James Oh Yeah 2008. Tuesday, 12 April 2011 08:39 Written by bluesever . User Rating:, 0 Poor Best. When Teresa sings, you can feel it in your bones. Levon Helm. Teresa is where Texas meets New Orleans - funky and greasy - and everyone has a good time Texas-born Teresa James has been called 'a singer's singer' - but James deserves wider recognition. One of the many highlights of this release is the opening cut, When the Winds Die Down, written by producer Terry Wilson Teresa's husband. teresajamestherhythmtramp Albums. Come Up and See Me Sometime. Teresa James & the Rhythm Tramps

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