Briefcase Full of Blues - The Blues Brothers

Briefcase Full of Blues

The Blues Brothers

  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 1978-11-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12
  • ℗ 2004 Atlantic Recording Corp. Manufactured & Marketed by Warner Strategic Marketing

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Briefcase Full of Blues ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Opening: I Can't Turn You Loos The Blues Brothers 1:50 USD 1.29
Hey Bartender (Live) The Blues Brothers 3:01 USD 1.29
Messin' With the Kid The Blues Brothers 3:35 USD 1.29
(I Got Everything I Need) Almo The Blues Brothers 2:50 USD 1.29
Rubber Biscuit The Blues Brothers 2:57 USD 1.29
Shot Gun Blues (Live) The Blues Brothers 5:23 USD 1.29
Groove Me (Live) The Blues Brothers 3:46 USD 1.29
I Don't Know (Live) The Blues Brothers 4:14 USD 1.29
Soul Man The Blues Brothers 3:28 USD 1.29
"B" Movie Box Car Blues (Live) The Blues Brothers 4:08 USD 1.29
Flip, Flop & Fly (Live) The Blues Brothers 3:38 USD 1.29
Closing: I Can't Turn You Loos The Blues Brothers 0:51 USD 1.29


  • Briefcase full of Blues

    By Seathrun 57
    All I can say about the negative reviews is peole are either too young to remember or they just don't know and they don't want to know. A very good album with some of the best rhythm and blues talent that ever walked the planet.
  • More like Rhythm & Blues Brothers

    By The Fearmakers
    Loved the movie. One of the greatest comedy chase movie musicals of all time. But their music (at leat on this album) really isn't blues, it's rhythm & blues, R&B. With the horns blaring, there's no room for real range with the guitars despite having Steve Cropper on board with his Booker-T partner Donald Dunn on bass. It's too cheerful to be buesy. There's no longing. No despair. And little feeling. I'd stick with the movie. The jovial upbeat soundtrack fits that better than this album fits the blues.
  • Just amazing

    By BaTmon24
    I’ve listened to this over, and over, and over and it is just and incredible album
  • Cool blues

    By JordanChiTown
    This isn't the soundtrack but equally good. Classsic blues music . People who are learning the blues learn from this type of music
  • Nostalgia!

    By Mullymullymully
    I remember listening to this a lot when I was younger. Great stuff.
  • You do realize, don't you?

    By MWK
    This is not a real musical act. It was a novelty..based on a skit..from a comedy show. The backing musicians were great but the headliners were spoofin'. Look up some REAL blues
  • Brief Case Full of Blues add on..

    By TomcatATL
    This live album turns out to be The Blues Brothers at there best. Even tho, this was suppoe to be a joke when they debut it on Saturday Night Live and it pushed Dan Akroyd and Jokhn Belushi into Super Stardom. All the songs on this album are great. It surly shows how much they love the blues by singing cover songs from the Blues Greats and the supportting band members are a jamming breed apart from everyone else. If John Belushi never died, who knows how high in the stratosphere they would climb?
  • Blues Brothers

    By Hey Bartender!
    Hey Bartender has been downloading to my IPad for 36 hours now and I cannot stop it. I can download songs around it, I just cannot stop the nonstop downloading. A POX on this site. Ken A.
  • Love the Blues

    By UPS Drvr
    This is album got me to start getting into the Blues and have been a huge blues fa never since
  • Great music, fun listening, but needs to be remastered

    By iCrooner
    I hear a lot of noise and what sounds like good old-fashioned vinyl pops and clicks. Maybe it adds to the enjoyment, like a trip back to 1978 when this album was recorded, and times were oh-so-much simpler. Recorded live on September 9, 1978, at the Universal Amphitheater, Los Angeles, as the opening act for Steve Martin.