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Raoul & The Big Time - You My People (2009)

11-09-2013, 18:27
Music | Blues

Raoul & The Big Time - You My People (2009)

Artist: Raoul & The Big Time
Title Of Album: You My People
Year Of Release: 2009
Label: Big Time Records
Genre: Harmonica Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 43:21
Total Size: 106 Mb
Covers: Full

01. You My People (2:54)
02. One Card Trump (3:08)
03. Live Without Me (3:45)
04. Where The Wind Blows On Shore (5:35)
05. Movin' Out (3:48)
06. All To Myself (2:20)
07. Born To Love (3:45)
08. Gypsy Woman (2:52)
09. Breathin' In (2:37)
10. Killing My World (3:51)
11. Sad State Of Affairs (2:18)
12. Menthol Mama (2:56)
13. We Can Change (3:26)

YOU MY PEOPLE features 13 songs, the majority penned by Bhaneja who also has co-written two songs with Wilkins and one with rising Toronto soul queen Treasa Lavesseur. Other local connections include the song One Card Trump by Juno nominee Elizabeth Shepard and Born To Love by Governor General Award wining playwright Andrew Moodie. Along with guest appearances from Toronto piano maestro Tyler Yarema and horn players Richard Underhill, Gene Hardy and Howard Moore the disc features Vancouver Gospel sensations The Sojourners and a return by two longtime friends, renowned California blues kingpins Mark Hummel on harmonica and guitar wizard Junior Watson. Andy Grigg of Real Blues Magazine (Victoria B.C) picked YOU MY PEOPLE as #6 out of 100 new releases from around the world.

June 5th to June 12th Raoul and The Big Time took the stage at The Hard Rock Café in Toronto to celebrate the release of YOU MY PEOPLE as the house band of THE LUMINATO ARTIST LOUNGE, a new late night venue at LUMINATO where throughout the week they were joined by local and international blues luminaries from Duke Robillard, Johnny Sansone, Juno Winners Julian Fauth, Bill Bourne and Madagascar Slim. On June 6th Bhaneja hosted Traveling Blues a series of free concerts in Dundas Square as part of Luminato featuring Harry Manx, Alvin Youngblood Heart, Kevin Briet, Mamadou Diabaté and he presented the legendary Taj Mahal with his 2009 Maple Blues Award for Best International Artist.

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