Now This Is What We Call Blues, Vol. 420

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All Music Guide - Tim Sendra
Now This Is What We Call Blues, Vol. 420 is a cleverly titled and packaged collection of 13 tracks culled from recent releases on the Telarc Blues imprint. A wide range of styles is represented here, everything from the West Side Chicago sound of Luther "Guitar Junior" Johnson, whose "Crazy Over You" is one of the disc's highlights, to the rollicking New Orleans blues of the Hoodoo Kings, a kind of supergroup that features Eddie Bo, Raful Neal, and Rockin' Tabby Thomas, to the Southern rock-influenced modern blues of Tinsley Ellis, to the authentic-sounding acoustic blues of Paul Geremia. Among the artists Telarc has gathered, you'll find harmonica masters like James Cotton ...
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All Music Guide - Tim Sendra
Now This Is What We Call Blues, Vol. 420 is a cleverly titled and packaged collection of 13 tracks culled from recent releases on the Telarc Blues imprint. A wide range of styles is represented here, everything from the West Side Chicago sound of Luther "Guitar Junior" Johnson, whose "Crazy Over You" is one of the disc's highlights, to the rollicking New Orleans blues of the Hoodoo Kings, a kind of supergroup that features Eddie Bo, Raful Neal, and Rockin' Tabby Thomas, to the Southern rock-influenced modern blues of Tinsley Ellis, to the authentic-sounding acoustic blues of Paul Geremia. Among the artists Telarc has gathered, you'll find harmonica masters like James Cotton and Charlie Musselwhite, modern-day guitar slingers like Tinsley Ellis, Ronnie Earl, and Joe Louis Walker, and a few unknown up-and-comers like Annie Raines and Colin Linden. Telarc has assembled a very potent lineup of modern blues players, and this collection is a great way to find out about them. If you are a fan of modern electric blues, this is a disc you should pick up.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/28/2003
  • Label: Telarc
  • UPC: 089408356926
  • Catalog Number: 83569

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Hell or High Water - Tinsley Ellis (5:01)
  2. 2 Fast and Free (3:10)
  3. 3 The Creeper - James Cotton (5:02)
  4. 4 Get Right Church (5:06)
  5. 5 Hard Times (4:29)
  6. 6 Big River - Charlie Musselwhite (5:21)
  7. 7 Nice and Warm - Tab Benoit (7:40)
  8. 8 I Shall Not Be Moved (3:42)
  9. 9 In the Morning - Joe Louis Walker (4:23)
  10. 10 Twenty-Five Days - Ronnie Earl (5:46)
  11. 11 Where'd My Good Friend Go? - Jimmy Thackery (4:49)
  12. 12 Crazy Over You - Luther "Guitar Junior" Johnson (3:41)
  13. 13 Blackbird (2:47)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Ronnie Earl Guitar
Tinsley Ellis Guitar, Vocals
Charlie Musselwhite Harmonica, Vocals
Raful Neal Harmonica, Vocals
Joe Louis Walker Guitar, Vocals
Paul Geremia Guitar, Vocals
Eddie Bo Organ, Piano, Vocals
Tom "Bones" Malone Trombone, Trumpet
Luther "Guitar Junior" Johnson Guitar, Vocals
Rockin' Tabby Thomas Guitar, Vocals
Paul Rishell Guitar, Vocals
Jerry Portnoy Harmonica
Jimmy Thackery Guitar, Vocals
Tab Benoit Guitar, Vocals
Brian Bisesi Guitar
Earl Cate Guitar, Background Vocals
Ernie Cate Keyboards
Crispin Cioe Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Per Hanson Drums
Levon Helm Drums
Steve Holley Drums
Chris Layton Drums
Colin Linden Guitar, Vocals
Randy Lee Lippincott Bass
David Maxwell Organ, Piano
Kevin McKendree Organ, Piano
Noel Neal Bass
Catherine Russell Percussion, Background Vocals
Rebecca Evans Russell Background Vocals
Tommy Shannon Bass
G.E. Smith Guitar
Mark Stutso Drums
Darryl White Drums
Mike Williams Rhythm Guitar
Reese Wynans Piano, Hammond Organ
Andrea Re Percussion, Background Vocals
Denny Breau Guitar
Annie Raines Harmonica
Peter Re Organ
Ken Faltinson Bass, Piano, Hammond Organ
Gregg Hoover Guitar
Darren Thiboutot Drums
Kelly Jones Background Vocals
T-Bone Wolk Bass
James Carpenter Saxophone
Donna Hopkins Background Vocals
Scott Callison Drums
Carl Dufrene Bass
Phillip "Philzone" Skipper Bass
Jimmy Mouradian Bass
Technical Credits
Joe Louis Walker Arranger
J.J. Cale Composer
Gene Simmons Composer
The Cate Brothers Contributor
Steve Holley Arranger
Bruce Kulick Composer
G.E. Smith Arranger
Todd Park Mohr Composer
Anilda Carrasquillo Art Direction
Thoms Macko Illustrations
Traditional Composer
T-Bone Wolk Arranger
Adrian Mills Producer
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