Tom Jones - The Legendary Tom Jones - 30th Anniversary Album
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Release date: 18 March 1996
An eclectic mix of Americana and bespoke blues covers
Tom Jones is still commendably committed to re-imagining himself as a Rick Rubin-years Johnny Cash, by way of interestingly oddball selections of Americana and bespoke blues covers. Backed by a graceful but gritty band - which includes Warpaint's Stella Mozgawa on drums - a touch of the crotch-thrusting Las Vegas dazzler still flinches in the pleasingly demented showmanship on Jones'...
- May 18, 2012
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- It's Not Unusual (Original Studio Version / Version 1)
- What's New Pussycat?
- Green Green Grass Of Home
- Not Responsible
- Spanish Harlem
- With These Hands
- Once Upon A Time
- Funny Familiar Forgotten Feelings
- What A Party
- Chills And Fever
- This And That
- (It Looks Like) I'll Never Fall In Love Again
- Promise Her Anything
- Sixteen Tons
- Detroit City
- Kiss Kiss
- The Rose (Version 1)
- Ten Guitars
- He'll Have To Go
- Stop Breaking My Heart
- I Can't Stop Loving You (Live "On Stage" Version 1)
- Once There Was A Time (Stereo Version)
- The Nearness Of You
- To Make A Big Man Cry
- It's Not Unusual (2nd Studio Version)
Let's be glad will.i.am didn't produce this one
- Jul 30, 2012
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