Mule

Mule

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by Paul "Wine" Jones
     
 

Like many artists on the Fat Possum label, Paul "Wine" Jones was discovered by rock critic Robert Palmer. A professional welder, Jones released his first album, Mule, in 1995, although the record is much rawer than most '90s blues record. Gritty and greasy, Mule is driven by Jones' simple, pounding…  See more details below

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Like many artists on the Fat Possum label, Paul "Wine" Jones was discovered by rock critic Robert Palmer. A professional welder, Jones released his first album, Mule, in 1995, although the record is much rawer than most '90s blues record. Gritty and greasy, Mule is driven by Jones' simple, pounding guitar rhythms, which are occasionally embellished by guitarists Big Jack "The Oil Man" Johnson and Kenny Brown, who play on two tracks each.

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Release Date:
08/11/1998
Label:
Fat Possum Records
UPC:
0045778030521
catalogNumber:
80305
Rank:
116692

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Mule 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album is really juke joint sounding. It's mostly '50s Chicago blues riffs with a "downhome" feel. Paul Wine Jones comes from Belzoni, MS. (Check out the words of Charley Patton's "High Sheriff Blues", it proves that Belzoni is a "blues landmark".) Almost all of them in the key of E. Just like other juke joint acts, this contains no bass but an electric guitar with simple licks and drums, sometimes adding another guitar. Sam Carr (son of Robert Nighthawk) is a perfect fit. Simple but driving, good to dance to. I listen to it quite often. Raw as it can get.