|Time Will Tell
|Studio album by
|1 July 2003
|Robert Cray, Jim Pugh
|Robert Cray chronology
|The Penguin Guide to Blues Recordings
Time Will Tell is a blues album by Robert Cray.It was released on 1 July 2003, through Sanctuary Records.
Robert Cray performs "Time Makes Two" on Eric Clapton's 2004 Crossroads Guitar Festival DVD.
Robert William Cray is an American blues guitarist and singer. He has led his own band and won five Grammy Awards.
Strong Persuader is the fifth studio album by American blues singer and guitarist Robert Cray. It was recorded by Cray at the Los Angeles studios Sage & Sound and Haywood's with producers Bruce Bromberg and Dennis Walker, before being released on November 17, 1986, by Mercury Records and Hightone Records. Strong Persuader became his mainstream breakthrough and by 1995 it had sold over two million copies. The record was later ranked #42 on Rolling Stone's list of the 100 greatest albums of the 80's.
Bad Influence is the second studio album by the blues singer-songwriter and guitarist Robert Cray.
Shoulda Been Home is a 2001 album by blues musician Robert Cray consisting of 12 fresh tracks, seven of them written or co-written by Cray. It was released with Rykodisc Records.
False Accusations is the third studio album by The Robert Cray Band and was released 1985.
I Go Wild! is the sixth studio album released by blues guitarist Guitar Shorty. The album was recorded in April 2001 and released later that year on October 23 on CD by the label Evidence. The album contains mainly covers of other blues songs.
Showdown! is a blues album by Albert Collins, Robert Cray and Johnny Copeland, released in 1985 through Alligator Records. AllMusic noted that "Cray's delivery of Muddy Waters' rhumba-rocking "She's into Something" was one of the set's many highlights".
I Was Warned is a blues album by Robert Cray. It was released in April 1992 through Mercury Records. Like Cray’s previous album, it features his regular backing band playing alongside The Memphis Horns.
Midnight Stroll is a blues album by Robert Cray and featuring the Memphis Horns. It was released in June 1990 through Mercury Records.
Sweet Potato Pie is a blues album by Robert Cray. It was released on 5 May 1997, through Mercury Records. It was recorded by John Hampton and Skidd Mills at Ardent Studios in Memphis, Tennessee.
Take Your Shoes Off is a blues album by Robert Cray, winning the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Blues Album at the 42nd Annual Grammy Awards in 2000. It was released on April 27, 1999 through the Rykodisc label. The album won a Grammy Award not just for Cray, but also for drummer and composer Steve Jordan as producer. Jordan, and his wife, Meegan Voss, also contributed to the album, with a composition they wrote together, entitled "It's All Gone".
Twenty is a blues album by Robert Cray. It was released on May 24, 2005, through Sanctuary Records.
Some Rainy Morning is a blues album by Robert Cray, released in 1995 through Mercury Records.
This Time is a blues album by Robert Cray. It was released on August 11, 2009, through Vanguard Records, and Nozzle Records. It is his first studio album in four years, also featuring a reconstructed line-up. The Robert Cray band toured in the United States supporting the album. They appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman on August 18, 2009 promoting the album, and played the song "Trouble and Pain"
Live from Across the Pond is a live blues album by Robert Cray. It was released on September 12, 2006, through Vanguard Records. It is his first live album release to date.
Shame + A Sin is a blues album by Robert Cray. It was released in 1993, through Mercury Records.
Cookin' in Mobile is a live CD/DVD released by Robert Cray. It was released on July 27, 2010, through Vanguard Records. It is his first live concert released on DVD to date and his third live album. The concert was recorded February 21, 2010, at the historic Saenger Theatre in Mobile, Alabama while on tour supporting his latest album This Time.
Blues Summit is the thirty-third studio album by B.B. King released in 1993 through the MCA label. The album reached peak positions of number 182 on the Billboard 200, and number 64 on Billboard's R&B Albums chart. The album won a Grammy Award in 1994 for Best Traditional Blues Album.