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Gatorhythms
     

Gatorhythms

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by Marcia Ball
 
Marcia Ball explored R&B and honky tonk country on this album, keeping her blues chops in order while expanding her repertoire. She included a pair of tunes by country vocalist Lee Roy Parnell, "What's a Girl to Do" and "Red Hot," doing both in a feisty, attacking fashion. She was also challenging and upbeat on Dr

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Marcia Ball explored R&B and honky tonk country on this album, keeping her blues chops in order while expanding her repertoire. She included a pair of tunes by country vocalist Lee Roy Parnell, "What's a Girl to Do" and "Red Hot," doing both in a feisty, attacking fashion. She was also challenging and upbeat on Dr. John's "How You Carry On" and "Find Another Fool." Her third Rounder album, Gatorhythms was one of her most entertaining and dynamic, as Ball became less of an interpreter and more of an individualist.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/20/1989
Label:
Rounder / Umgd
UPC:
0011661310124
catalogNumber:
613101
Rank:
114173

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Marcia Ball   Primary Artist,Organ,Piano,Accordion,Vocals
Lou Ann Barton   Background Vocals
Jon Blondell   Trombone
Stephen Bruton   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar,Slide Guitar
Rodney Craig   Drums,Triangle,Bells,cowbell
James Hinkle   Guitar,Rhythm Guitar
Mark "Kaz" Kazanoff   Baritone Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone
Derek O'Brien   Guitar
Angela Strehli   Background Vocals
Jesse Taylor   Guitar
Keith Winking   Trumpet
Don Bennett   Bass

Technical Credits

Marcia Ball   Producer
Steve Tillisch   Producer,Engineer
Mark Guerra   Cover Photo
Carlyn Majer   Art Direction

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Gatorhythms 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one of the best CD's around if you like blues/jazz/folk/etc., all rolled into one. I have heard Marcia Ball and her band several times in concert, and she's absolutely wonderful! This set of music will have you tapping your toes and singing along. Great, fun music!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Folks, 34 minutes and 11 seconds is worse than a cheaply mastered LP! The Rounder label should perhaps become the Bounder label.