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Snooks Eaglin - The Sonet Blues Story (1971/2005)

25-03-2014, 13:02
Music | Blues

Snooks Eaglin - The Sonet Blues Story (1971/2005)

Artist: Snooks Eaglin
Title Of Album: The Sonet Blues Story
Year Of Release: 1971/2005
Label: Universal
Genre: Acoustic Blues, Louisiana Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 41:58
Total Size: 114 Mb
Covers: Full

01. Boogie Children (2:55)
02. Who's Loving You Tonight (3:03)
03. Lucille (3:16)
04. Drive It Home (2:56)
05. Good News (2:29)
06. Funky Malaguena (3:57)
07. Pinetop's Boogie-Woogie (2:27)
08. That Same Old Train (2:57)
09. I Get The Blues When It Rains (2:56)
10. Young Boy Blues (2:32)
11. Tomorrow Night (3:04)
12. Little Girl Of Mine (2:59)
13. Shake A Hand (Bonus Track) (2:28)
14. Shake, Rattle And Roll (Bonus Track) (1:44)
15. Win Your Love For Me (Bonus Track) (2:07)

This 1971 date by New Orleans guitarist Snooks Eaglin was recorded in the Crescent City and produced -- insofar as such a thing exists on a solo date like this -- by Samuel Charters, who has written new liner notes for the Sonet Blues Story series -- he produced the entire range of blues sessions for the European label in the early '70s. These 15 cuts capture Eaglin and his considerably understated and under-appreciated artistry -- Eaglin was a guitarist's guitarist and could play jazz, blues, rhythm & blues, and soul with equal acumen. The high points here are his originals such as "Who's Lovin You Tonight," "&Funky Malaguena" and "That Same Old Train." However, his covers, especially of Phil Spector's and Doc Pomus' "Young Boy Blues," and Charles E. Calhoun's "Shake, Rattle and Roll," are also high points -- the latter of which is one of two bonus cuts included here. Sound is spectacular, and remastered in 24-bit sound. Eaglin's soulful voice is every bit as attractive and compelling as his guitar playing. One listen to "Little Girl of Mine," or Sam Cooke's "Win Your Love for Me," (another bonus track) is enough to make any blues fan sit up and take notice. This is one of the brightest volumes in the Sonet Blues Story series. ~Review by Thom Jurek

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nrwsps   User offline   6 April 2014 11:42


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fotolki   User offline   7 April 2015 06:03

Some likns like Bukka`s one are died. Could you reload them? Thanks

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