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Wheres The Man - Scott Weiland - 12 Bar Blues (CD, Album)

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  1. Shakam
    17.11.2019
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of 12 Bar Blues on Discogs. Label: Atlantic - • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock Scott Weiland - 12 Bar Blues (, CD) | Discogs4/5(37).

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  2. Zulkira
    13.11.2019
    During our revisit of the one and only Talk Show album featuring the three guys not named Scott Weiland from Stone Temple Pilots during their infamous hiatus, we remarked how the music remained steady but the vocals and melodies were less interesting. Now we get to examine the other side of that temporary split with Weiland's solo debut 12 Bar Blues.

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  3. Gami
    19.11.2019
    General CommentThis is one of many songs that hit me real hard off of 12 bar blues. I feel this song is about trying to stay off of alchohal/ drugs. All for the sake of his significant other not having to deal with the humilation that comes with being with Scott due to Scott being a drug addict.

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  4. Fenrilkree
    18.11.2019
    12 Bar Blues is the debut solo album from Stone Temple Pilots singer Scott Weiland. Its sound and style differs greatly from STP's previous releases. The design concept of the cover is a homage to the cover design of John Coltrane's Blue Train album. The title name comes from the simple chord progression known as "twelve-bar blues." modikustugoredianadar.xyzinfoews:

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  5. Tusho
    19.11.2019
    "12 Bar Blues", fue el primer album como solista de Scott Weiland, reconocido cantante de "Stone Temple Pilots", Weiland escribió la mayoría de las canciones del álbum y colaboró con varios artistas, destacando a Daniel Lanois, Sheryl Crow, Brad Mehldau y Jeff Nolan. El álbum fue un fracaso comercial pero hubo ciertas críticas favorables. En este disco encontramos voces y guitarras.

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  6. Shakahn
    13.11.2019
    Scott Weiland, 12 Bar Blues (Atlantic ) - Scott Weiland, the former lead singer for Stone Temple Pilots, wants to be a rock star in the glam, over-the-top style of John Lennon and David Bowie. With 12 Bar Blues, Weiland has released an album that matches the hype associated with STP.. Thus, 12 Bar Blues is anything but the bar blues. Rather, it covers a broad territory, ranging from rock.

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  7. Jujora
    17.11.2019
    Where's The Man Lyrics: Where's your man / He's lost and gone again / What is your name / The name behind the shame / Where's your cup / It was filled, now broken up / Where's your man / He's lost and.

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  8. Nikozahn
    19.11.2019
    “Lady, Your Roof Brings Me Down” is a fractured waltz riddled with synthesizer and accordion; “Where’s the Man” starts out as a folk ballad but gradually dissolves into mind-altering ether. Falling somewhere between robotic rock and old-school megamix, “Jimmy Was a Stimulator” is Weiland .

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