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  1. " Riot in Cell Block #9 " is a classic and pervasive R&B song composed by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller in The song was first recorded by The Robins the same year. That recording was one of the first R&B hits to use sound effects and employed a Muddy Waters stop-time riff as .
  2. Riot In Cell Block 9 Lyrics: July the second, it was nineteen sixty-three / I was servin' time for armed robbery / Four o'clock in the mornin', I was layin' back in my cell / I heard the whistle.
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  4. Find out at which radio station you can hear Blues Brothers - Riot In Cell Block Number Nine - The Definitive Collection. This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this website, you agree to our policies regarding the use of cookies. Install.
  5. The Robins originally recorded Riot in Cell Block #9 written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller and The Robins released it on the single Riot in Cell Block #9 in It was also covered by Cold Blue Rebels, Linda & The 8 Arrows, Fang, Flat Duo Jets and other artists.
  6. Roadhouse Stomp: 3 – Leslie West: Riot In Cell Block #9: 4 – Jon Butcher: High Heel Shoes: 5 – Rick Derringer: Red Hot: 6 – Stoney Curtis Band: That's Right: 7 – Chris Duarte Group: Let's Have A Party: 8 – Pat Travers: Tore Up From The Floor Up: 9 – Leslie West: Baby Please Don't Go: 10 – Eric Gales: Someday: 11 – Rick.
  7. Video for Riot In Cell Block No 9 by Dr Feelgood. Watch Riot In Cell Block No 9 in the style of Dr Feelgood video for a preview of this backing track. The audio file used in this video is an MP3 render of the Hit Trax MIDI File backing track.
  8. Riot In Cell Block Number Nine chords. The song is played in the style of Hoochie Coochie Man and songs like that, so it's like a bar blues but you stay on the I-chord longer. There's a riff in.
  9. Riot In Cell Block Number Nine. The Blues Brothers. View more info In the same key as the original: Cm # Blues # TV and Movies # 80's # Play the This title is a cover of Riot In Cell Block Number Nine as made famous by The Blues Brothers. Share your thoughts about Riot In Cell Block .

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