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Carry Home - Mark Lanegan - Ill Take Care Of You (CD, Album)

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  1. I'll Take Care of You, an Album by Mark Lanegan. Released 21 September on Sub Pop (catalog no. SPCD ; CD). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Americana.
  2. Nov 19,  · Album: I'll take care of you Originally It's a Gun Club song from album Miami, written by Jeffrey Lee Pierce. People thanks for your information! I'm glad you like the song.
  3. While Mark Lanegan served well as the singer for the Screaming Trees, he has always sounded most in his element on his solo releases. I'll Take Care of You, his fourth studio release, is a collection of covers that remove any doubt one might have had concerning his musical ciwalgistlibyveterredsnetlitabec.coinfo Bobby "Blue" Bland's title track to the tortured folk of Tim Hardin ("Shiloh .
  4. You carry yourself But if you'll let me Here's what I'll do I'll take care of you I loved and lost Same as you So you see I know Just what you've been through So if you'll let me Here's what I'll do I got to take care of you You won't ever have to worry You won't ever have to cry I'll be there beside you To dry your weeping eyes So darlin' tell.
  5. Free Download Mark Lanegan - I'll Take Care of You () Retail CD Covers and Album Art available on AllCDCovers.
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  7. I'll Take Care of You, Lanegan’s fourth solo effort, consists entirely of cover songs with interpretation of songs from a wide variety of songwriters, including Tim Rose, Tim Hardin, Booker T. Jones, and Buck Owens/5(31).
  8. Ill Take Care, Lanegans 4th studio album, is a collection of cover tracks ranging from 50s/60s Southern soul classics-Ill Take Care of You (Brook Benton), Consider Me (Eddie Floyd/ Booker T. Jones), & the lesser known On Jesus' Programme by O. V. Wright, through to 60s/ 70s folk country tracks Shiloh town (Tim Hardin), Creeping Coastline Of Lights (James Arthur /5(24).

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