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Let It All Go - The Jeff Healey Band - Hell To Pay (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Jeff Healey (born Norman Jeffrey Healey on March 25, in Toronto, Canada, died March 2, ) was a blues-rock guitarist and vocalist that fronted The Jeff Healey Band in Toronto, ON in The original lineup consisted of Jeff Healey, Joe Rockman on bass, Tom Stephen on drums. Although blinded by eye cancer at the tender age of one, Jeff picked up his first guitar when he was three.
  2. See the Light () The Jeff Healey Band Confidence Man My Little Girl River of No Return Don't Let Your Chance Go By Angel Eyes Nice Problem to Have Someday, Someway I Need to Be Loved Blue Jean Blues That's What They Say Hideaway See the Light Hell to Pay () The Jeff Healey Band Full Circle I Think I Love You Too Much I Can't Get My Hands on You How Long Can a Man Be Strong Let It All.
  3. The Jeff Healey Band "Hell To Pay": Well, when you think you got problems you don't really need, they're maybe not as bad as they seem.
  4. Lyrics to 'Hell To Pay' by Jeff Healey Band. Well, when you think you got problems you don't really need, they're maybe not as bad as they seem. 'Cause in a world full of misery, with hatred and greed, your problems are another man's dream.
  5. Let It All Go: A6: Hell To Pay: B1: While My Guitar Gently Weeps: See more tracks * Items below may differ depending on the release. No Vinyl+CDR 60 Listed For Sale: jeff healey band hell to pay.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Hell to Pay - Jeff Healey, The Jeff Healey Band on AllMusic - - A solid follow-up to Healey's impressive debut,.
  7. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Jeff Healey Band - Hell To Pay at Discogs. Complete your The Jeff Healey Band collection.4/5().
  8. This is a good effort by The Jeff Healey Band to try to capture the essence of the band continuing from their first cd/album. Mark Knopfler's guest appearance on "I Think I Love You Too Much" is excellent as well as the late George Harrison's guesting on "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" which he originally did as a member of The Beatles.

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