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G.L. Crockett Meets Big Walter Price - Rockin' With The Blues (2003)

5-11-2013, 18:21
Music | Blues | Rock

G.L. Crockett Meets Big Walter Price - Rockin' With The Blues (2003)

Artist: G.L. Crockett Meets Big Walter Price
Title Of Album: Rockin' With The Blues
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Official
Genre: Rockin' Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 70:38
Total Size: 163 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Look Out Mabel (2:23)
02. Did You Ever Love Somebody (1. Version) (2:55)
03. Look Out Mabel (2. Version) (2:41)
04. Did You Ever Love Somebody (2. Version) (2:29)
05. It's A Man Out There (2:48)
06. Every Hour, Every Day (2:51)
07. Watch My (2:23)
08. Every Goodbye Ain't Gone (2:32)
09. Think Twice Before You Go (2:37)
10. Gonna Make You Mine (2:37)
11. Six Weeks Of Misery (2:14)
12. Calling Margie (2:36)
13. Junior Jumped In (2:22)
14. Oh No No Blues (2:12)
15. Shirley Jean (2:35)
16. Gamblin' Woman (2:48)
17. Pack, Fair And Square (2:21)
18. Hello, Maria (2:26)
19. You're The One I Need (2:37)
20. Just Looking For A Home (2:43)
21. I Gotta Go (2:15)
22. I'll Cry For You (2:49)
23. San Antonio (2:00)
24. Crazy Dream (2:48)
25. Never Too Old (2:41)
26. Oh, Ramona (2:22)
27. It's How You Treat Me (2:21)
28. Feelin' A Little Worried (1:58)

Fine collection featuring recordings from two fairly obscure performers. G.L. Crockett is a relatively undistinguished Chicago singer but he did record one of the few rockabilly performances by an African-American performer - the great Look Out Mabel which is featured here in two different takes. The rest of his material is R&B ballads or Jimmy Reed style blues including the fine It's A Man Out There. The ten tracks here, recorded between 1957 and 1965 represent his entire recorded output. Big Walter Price is a very fine Texas singer and piano player whose career spanned the 50s, 60s and 70s - his 18 tracks here represent most of the recordings cut for various labels between 1955 and 1961 and are an excellent and varied selection with Walter's powerful vocal and strong piano accompanied by various fine bands. Among the highlights are the hard driving Six Weeks Of Misery, the powerful Pack, Fair And Square that has been covered several times, the rolling New Orleans sounding Gambling Woman and the odd Hello Maria - a great slow blues with Walter adopting an Italian accent.

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