2010
Label: Island Records - 274 129-7,Seconds Out Productions - 274 129-7 • Format: CD Album • Country: Indonesia • Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul, Pop •
Lord Help - Tom Jones - Praise & Blame (CD, Album)

Praise and Blame. Notes. album from the legendary Pop/Rock vocalist. This is Tom Jones going back to his roots on an album of Gospel, Blues, traditional and Country songs, wearing his heart on his sleeve, emotionally raw and true.4/5(6).

This is Tom Jones going back to his roots on an album of Gospel, Blues, traditional and Country songs, wearing his heart on his sleeve, emotionally raw and true. Recording with producer Ethan Johns (Kings Of Leon, Ray LaMontagne, Paolo Nutini, Laura Marling) at Peter Gabriel's Real World Studios in the little village of Box in Wiltshire, coaxed /5().

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Praise & Blame" on Discogs. Everything Releases Artists Labels. Advanced Search Menu. Explore Tom Jones – Praise & Blame. Island Records – , Seconds Out Productions – Format: CD, Album. Country: Europe. Released: Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul /5(31).

Tom Jones Format: Vinyl. out of 5 stars. ratings. Price: $ See all 5 formats and editions. Hide other formats and editions. Listen Now with Amazon Music. Praise & Blame/5().

 · Jones quickly launched into "Burning Hell," a cut from his newest album, the excellent gospel-blues tinged Praise and Blame. In fine voice, the year-old Jones boldly opened with this relatively unknown selection from a current work rather than relying on a .


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  1.  · Praise & Blame. For those who think Tom Jones is nothing but kitsch, camp, and sex appeal, this rootsy, poignant, and highly spiritual album will come as a shock. On the other hand, for those who have kept up with his recent activity, Praise & Blame seemed inevitable with Sir Tom’s appearance in Martin Scorsese’ s The Blues being the big clue/10(78).

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