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Little Jimmy King & the Memphis Soul Survivors
     

Little Jimmy King & the Memphis Soul Survivors

by Little Jimmy King & The Memphis Soul Survivors
 
Hailing from the Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan school of blues-rock, Little Jimmy King turns in a promising eponymous debut. Though he leans a little to heavily toward rock & roll for some tastes -- at his rootsiest, he sounds like Albert King -- there's no denying his

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Hailing from the Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan school of blues-rock, Little Jimmy King turns in a promising eponymous debut. Though he leans a little to heavily toward rock & roll for some tastes -- at his rootsiest, he sounds like Albert King -- there's no denying his skill. King runs through a number of rollicking uptempo tracks, shuffles, R&B grinders, smoldering slow blues and even funk in the form of a cover of Sly Stone's "Sex Machine." Though his songwriting isn't quite up to par, his conviction carries him through the weakest moments and he shows signs of developing into a more distinctive songwriter. On the whole, it's an exciting, promising debut.

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Release Date:
09/26/1991
Label:
Bullseye Blues
UPC:
0011661950924
catalogNumber:
9509

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