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Smokey Wilson - Smokey Wilson With The William Clarke Band (1990)

15-09-2016, 17:57
Music | Blues

Title: Smokey Wilson With The William Clarke Band
Year Of Release: 1990
Label: Black Magic Records
Genre: West Coast Blues
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 44:59
Total Size: 107 MB

01. Down In Virginia (3:21)
02. I Wish I Was Single (5:49)
03. Howling Wolf (3:40)
04. Tell Me What Do You See (5:01)
05. Bar Room Blues (3:15)
06. Cold Chills (4:15)
07. Ghetto Woman (4:33)
08. Dimples (2:48)
09. Lein On My Body (4:29)
10. The Things I Used To Do (4:13)
11. Truckload Of Love (3:31)

This is a reissue, originally released 1990, issued posthumously in the memory of harmonica virtuoso William Clarke, who plays prominently along with his band. Both frequently performed together at Wilson's Pioneer Club and their close friendship is reflected in the musical interaction of Wilson's Mississippi roots mixed with Clarke's hard-blowin' harp attack. Wilson described his life best in "Tell Me What Do You See" with the words, "I've been all around the world/And blues is all I know to play." Other greats hop along for the ride, including keyboardist Fred Kaplan, and Mighty Flyers alumni Junior Watson and Alex Schultz. It's no accident that Wilson has some of Howlin' Wolf's vocal mannerisms on the song named after the Wolf himself. The story is that Wolf "willed" his voice to Wilson during one of Wolf's shows. ~Review by Char Ham

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nrwsps   User offline   4 November 2013 11:09

Thanks a lot. 1

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