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The Ballad of John Henry is the seventh studio album by the american blues rock musician Joe Bonamassa. Produced by Kevin Shirley, it was released on 24 february 2009 by J&R Adventures and topped the US Billboard Top Blues Albums chart.

Lyrics to The Ballad of John Henry by Joe Bonamassa from the The Ballad of John Henry album – including song video, artist biography, translations and more!

Joe Bonamassa studio footage for the song "Stop!" from the 2009 CD entitled "Ballad of John Henry". If you can, the video was made to be seen in HD for both video and sound.

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Joe Bonamassa studio footage for the song "Ballad of John Henry" from the 2009 CD of the same name. If you can, the video was made to be seen in HD for both video and sound.

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THE BALLAD OF JOHN HENRY TAB (ver 3) by Joe Bonamassa.

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Stop! Lyrics: All that I have is all that you’ve given me / Did you never worry that I’d come to depend on you / I gave you all my love that I had in me / Now that I’ve found you’ve lied, I can’

Another great recording by Joe Bonamassa. "The Ballad of John Henry", is just a great blues-rock recording. Produced by Kevin Shirley, who seems to be one of the finest producers out there right now. Joe writes some great tunes in the title track, which has a Zeppelin thing going on in mid section, just a great way to get things started for sure.