Blues Masters, Vol. 17: More Postmodern Blues

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All Music Guide - Richie Unterberger
Putting together a compilation of "postmodern" post-1970 blues is a challenge because the classics of the era are not as commonly agreed upon as they are for previous decades, and because the form has been more static than it was in the earlier days of the blues' evolution. It's not as good as Rhino's previous Postmodern Blues compilation issued as volume 9 of the Blues Masters series, but it still has a good alternation of cuts by major figures the Allman Brothers, Albert King, B.B. King, James Cotton, Little Milton, Robert Cray, Koko Taylor, Albert Collins, solid journeyman types Johnny Copeland, Joe Louis Walker, Luther Allison, Johnny Adams, and the occasional ...
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All Music Guide - Richie Unterberger
Putting together a compilation of "postmodern" post-1970 blues is a challenge because the classics of the era are not as commonly agreed upon as they are for previous decades, and because the form has been more static than it was in the earlier days of the blues' evolution. It's not as good as Rhino's previous Postmodern Blues compilation issued as volume 9 of the Blues Masters series, but it still has a good alternation of cuts by major figures the Allman Brothers, Albert King, B.B. King, James Cotton, Little Milton, Robert Cray, Koko Taylor, Albert Collins, solid journeyman types Johnny Copeland, Joe Louis Walker, Luther Allison, Johnny Adams, and the occasional name that still isn't widely known to the general audience W.C. Clark, Larry Garner. Soul-blues-funk-rock fusion is often characteristic of the selections, but there is a nod to acoustic traditions by Keb' Mo'.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/14/1998
  • Label: Rhino
  • UPC: 081227534721
  • Catalog Number: 75347

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Luther Allison Guitar, Vocals, Track Performer
James Cotton Harmonica, Vocals, Track Performer
Robert Cray Guitar, Vocals
Snooks Eaglin Guitar, Vocals, Track Performer
Casey Jones Drums, Vocal Harmony
Matt "Guitar" Murphy Guitar
Koko Taylor Vocals, Track Performer
Joe Louis Walker Vocals, Multi Instruments, Track Performer
Gregg Allman Organ, Piano, Vocals
The Allman Brothers Band Track Performer
Dickey Betts Guitar
George Adams Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Arthur Blythe Alto Saxophone
Albert Collins Guitar, Vocals
Byard Lancaster Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Jimmy Ponder Guitar
Joe Sample Keyboards
David Torkanowsky Organ
Roland Bautista Rhythm Guitar
The Memphis Horns Group
Garrett List Trombone
Larry Garner Guitar, Vocals, Track Performer
Johnny Adams Vocals, Track Performer
Jeremiah Africa Keyboards
Duane Allman Slide Guitar
Ray Allison Drums
Terry Baker Drums
Laval Belle Drums
Sammy Berfect Organ, Piano
Brooklyn Slim Harmonica
Dennis Broughton Percussion, Timbales
Larry Burton Rhythm Guitar
Charles Calmese Bass
Little Milton Guitar, Vocals, Track Performer
Johnny Copeland Guitar, Track Performer
Richard Cousins Bass
Herman V. Ernest III Percussion, Drums
Wilton Felder Tenor Saxophone
James Gadson Drums
Grady Gaines Tenor Saxophone
Willie Hall Drums
Steve Howard Trumpet
Wayne Jackson Trombone, Trumpet
Phil Jekanowski Piano
Jaimoe Johnson Multi Instruments
Criss Johnson Guitar
Mark "Kaz" Kazanoff Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
B.B. King Guitar, Vocals, Track Performer
Albert King Track Performer
Chris Layton Drums
John Leibman Guitar
Abe Locke Tenor Saxophone
Calvin Louden Guitar
Andrew Love Saxophone
Bobby Manuel Guitar
Candy McDonald Drums
Jerry Murphy Bass
Derek O'Brien Guitar
Berry Oakley Bass
Henry Oden Bass
Bill Ohashi Trombone
Dave Olson Drums
Riley Osbourne Organ
Dean Parks Rhythm Guitar
George Porter Jr. Bass
Shannon Powell Drums
John Pratt Trumpet
Warren Rand Alto Saxophone
Joe Rigby Baritone Saxophone
Julia Tillman Waters Background Vocals
Tommy Shannon Bass
Dr. Lonnie Smith Organ
Jon Smith Tenor Saxophone
Ward Smith Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Lester Snell Keyboards
James Solberg Guitar
Jimi Stewart Organ, Keyboards
Michael Toles Guitar
Butch Trucks Drums, Timpani
Ken Vangel Piano
Mike Vannice Keyboards, Tenor Saxophone
Wayne Wallace Trombone
Maxine Willard Waters Background Vocals
Luther Waters Background Vocals
Oren Waters Background Vocals
David Weatherspoon Bass
Willie Weeks Bass
Don Whitcomb Bass
Brady Williams Drums
Ernest Williamson Keyboards
Keith Winking Trumpet
Nancy Wright Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Kevin Zuffi Piano
Keb' Mo' Track Performer
Little Bo Saxophone
Legendary White Trash Horns Group
Kip Bacque Rhythm Guitar
Kenny Johnson Drums
Dave Smith Bass
Robert Cray Band Track Performer
Brian Jones Drums
Ed Petersen Tenor Saxophone
Yusef Yancey Trumpet
Chris Foreman Keyboards
James Robinson Drums
Robert "Pops" Popwell Bass
Technical Credits
Koko Taylor Producer
Joe Louis Walker Producer
Albert Collins Producer
Joe Sample Producer
James Austin Producer
Scott Billington Producer
Bruce Bromberg Producer
Hugh Brown Art Direction
Roy Byrd Composer
Tom Dowd Producer
Dan Doyle Producer
Wilton Felder Producer
Bob Fisher Remastering
Jim Gaines Producer
Hammond Scott Producer
Stix Hooper Composer, Producer
Bruce Iglauer Producer
Will Jennings Composer
Criss Johnson Producer
Mark "Kaz" Kazanoff Producer
Stewart Levine Producer
Bobby Manuel Producer
Ted Myers Contributor, Editorial Coordinator
John Porter Producer
Dick Shurman Producer
John Snyder Producer
Dennis Walker Producer
Al Jackson Jr. Producer
Bill Dahl Producer, Liner Notes
Elizabeth Pavone Contributor, Editorial Coordinator
Raymond Jackson Contributor
Mat Murphy Composer
Nesmond Hooper Jr. Composer
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