Soul Activated

Soul Activated

by Curtis Salgado

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Product Details

Release Date: 01/09/2001
Label: Shanachie
UPC: 0016351902825
catalogNumber: 9028
Rank: 31508

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Curtis Salgado   Primary Artist,Vocals
Jesse Colin Young   Guitar
Marlon McClain   Guitar
Lloyd Jones   Guitar
Bruce Carter   Drums
Wayne Jackson   Trumpet
Andrew Love   Tenor Saxophone
Jimmie Vaughan   Guitar
Janice Scroggins   Piano
Nate Phillips   Bass,Guitar,Keyboards
John Wedemeyer   Guitar
Willie Barber   Bass
Margaret Linn   Background Vocals
Tracy Arrington   Bass
D.K. Stewart   Keyboards

Technical Credits

Marlon McClain   Producer
Curtis Salgado   Producer
Sandy Solomon   Producer
Nate Phillips   Producer
Ann Petter   Art Direction
D.K. Stewart   Composer

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4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Salgado Soul Express (SSE) stops in Texas for a heartfelt rendering of the Freddie King / Leon Russell gospel blues "I'd Rather Be Blind" and the foot-stompin' "Hip Hip Baby" featuring LuAnn Barton and Jimmy Vaughan The next stop for the SSE is Beale Street (aided by the world-renowned Memphis Horns) for a very funky and politically-charged (can you believe it?) Stax-derived version of Jimmy Cliff's reggae classic "The Harder They Come." Another stop on this soul getaway is Philly where Curtis transforms the Daryl Hall ballad "Everytime You Go Away" into an absolutely exquisite, churchy plea for redemption complete with lotsa smooth B3 and celestial guitar work from Salgado's longtime producer, Marlon McClain. The CD's four Curtis originals are equally tasty ("Portable Man") and soulful in a highly personal way ("Summertime Life"). So why ONLY four stars? Because there are ONLY ten cuts and, after one listening, you'll want to ride the Salgado Soul Express forever.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is classic Salgado. If you like the Blues, you'll like this!