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The Jim Liban Blues Trio - Hot Tongue And Cold Shoulder (2004)

29-03-2014, 17:09
Music | Blues

The Jim Liban Blues Trio - Hot Tongue And Cold Shoulder (2004)

Artist: The Jim Liban Blues Trio
Title Of Album: Hot Tongue And Cold Shoulder
Year Of Release: 2004
Label: Romie Records
Genre: Modern Electric Blues, Harmonica Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 35:18
Total Size: 102 Mb
Covers: Full

01. All Corned Up (3:08)
02. Hot Tongue And Cold Shoulder (3:11)
03. I've Got A Job (5:12)
04. Maxwell Street (3:28)
05. I Say What I Mean (3:34)
06. Someday Baby (2:35)
07. Big Fat Woman (3:35)
08. If You Think (3:28)
09. I'm A Selfish Man (2:27)
10. You Can't Hurt Me Anymore (2:14)
11. 145 Blues (2:21)

This CD is the work of three exceptional blues musicians from the Milwaukee area. The trio consists of Jim Liban on harp, vocals and baritone guitar; Jim Schutte on drums; and Perry Weber on guitar and vocals. Simply stated, these fellas are the real deal. Jim Liban is one of the top blues harp players in the world, but woefully under recognized, and is a soulful singer as well. Schutte and Weber have exceptionally strong blues pedigrees (as does Liban), which can be seen below:

Jim Schutte:
He has been a professional drummer with internationally renowned Blues artists from 1972 – Present. Professional recordings include "I Smell a Rat" with Lester Davenport and Jimmy Dawkins, "The American Living Blues Festival Live in Europe" with a host of blues legends, "Hot Wire '81" with Jimmy Dawkins, "Beauty Isn't Always Visual", with Bryan Lee, "Serious" with Luther Allison, Wound Up Tight with Lonnie Brooks and Johnny Winter, and "Bayou Lightening Strikes Again" with Lonnie Brooks. In addition, taught Blues workshops in France for the French government organization, The Federation National of Activities Musical.

Perry Weber:
Currently fronts Perry Weber & The DeVilles, formed in early 2007. The band plays a mix of Blues/Roots/Americana music. Before forming The DeVilles, the members of the group had toured and/or recorded with such luminaries as: Buddy Guy, James Cotton, Jr. Wells, Bryan Lee, Hubert Sumlin, Kenny Wayne Shepard, Jim Liban, and Nick Moss....just to name a few!!

The entire CD has a loose, stripped down juke joint vibe - just guitar, drums, harp and vocals on most tracks. No tricks or gimmicks here, folks. Shoot, the closest thing present to an electric bass guitar (sorry Cornbread) is a baritone guitar. Jim Liban’s harp tone is HUGE, both amplified and acoustic and his vocals are very good. The guitar work of Perry Weber is of the Eddie Taylor less-is-more style (Tasty!) and the drums drive the songs along without overpowering them. A true blues ensemble sound in the spirit of the master of Maxwell Street. Let’s give it a 4.5 on the blues-o-meter (that’s 9 on a 10 scale – not bad at all!) Quote]

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