Allison

Album: Bossanova (1990)
  • This song is a tribute to the American jazz pianist and vocalist Mose Allison. Allison was a major influence on a number of 1960s R&B bands including The Rolling Stones and The Who. The latter regularly featured a version of Allison's song "Young Man Blues" in their concerts.

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