Bluesmaster

Bluesmaster

by Z.Z. Hill
     
 

Issued the year he died, Bluesmaster boasted more competent soul-blues hybrids by the man who reenergized the blues idiom with his trademark growl. LaSalle's "You're Ruining My Bad Reputation," "Friday Is My Day" (written by legendary Malaco promo man Dave Clark), and a niceSee more details below

Overview

Issued the year he died, Bluesmaster boasted more competent soul-blues hybrids by the man who reenergized the blues idiom with his trademark growl. LaSalle's "You're Ruining My Bad Reputation," "Friday Is My Day" (written by legendary Malaco promo man Dave Clark), and a nice reading of Paul Kelly's slinky "Personally" rate with the standouts.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/28/1995
Label:
Malaco Records
UPC:
0048021742028
catalogNumber:
7420
Rank:
104668

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Z.Z. Hill   Primary Artist,Vocals
Thomisene Anderson   Background Vocals
Jewel Bass   Background Vocals
Harrison Calloway   Horn
Ben Cauley   Horn
Janet Dressler   Strings
Ronnie Eades   Horn
Leroy Emanuel   Guitar
Owen Hale   Drums
Claudette Hampton   Strings
Glen Holmes   Percussion
Vasti Jackson   Guitar
Jimmy Johnson   Guitar
Walter King   Horn
Carl Marsh   Synthesizer
Ann Mason   Strings
Peggy Plucker   Strings
James Robertson   Drums
Charles Rose   Horn
Harvey Thompson   Horn
Carson Whitsett   Keyboards
Dino Zimmerman   Guitar
Bob McNally   Strings
Charlotte Chenault   Background Vocals
Bennett Randman   Strings
Valerie Williams   Background Vocals
Linda Geidel   Strings
John Frantz   Strings
Brian Gum   Strings
Mikey Davis   Strings
Kathy Robinson   Strings
J Horn   Horn

Technical Credits

Harrison Calloway   Horn Arrangements,String Arrangements
Tommy Couch   Producer
Wolf Stephenson   Producer,Engineer
Ken Robertson   Mastering
P.R. Allen   Cover Design
Mikey Davis   String Arrangements

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