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Luther Allison - The Alligator Records Years (2013)

8-03-2016, 17:26
Blues | Rock

Title: The Alligator Records Years
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Alligator Records
Genre: Blues, Chicago Blues
Quality: Mp3/320
Total Time: 69:11
Total Size: 168 Mb


1. Give Me Back My Wig
2. Low Down And Dirty
3. All The King's Horses
4. Cherry Red Wine
5. Living In The House Of Blues
6. I'm Back
7. Soul Fixin' Man
8. Walking Papers
9. Should I Wait
10. Midnight Creeper
11. The Things I Used To Do
12. I Want To Know
13. It's A Blues Thing
14. Nobody But You
15. Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

With the release of Soul Fixin' Man in 1994, Allison's first domestic album in 20 years, he announced his return. "Fever and chills performances," said Guitar Player, "ferocious solos combine the wisdom of a master storyteller with the elegance of B.B. King, the elasticity of Buddy Guy, and the big sting of Albert King." After three mammoth U.S. tours, America once again was paying attention to Luther Allison. Allison followed up with Blue Streak, and the praise and accolades poured in. "A sonic roar as soulful as his gospel-shout vocals," raved the Washington Post. "Luther Allison's latest is nothing short of a masterpiece by a master," reported Blues Revue. Continued touring brought Allison before raving fans around the world, as he brought his band from the San Francisco Blues Festival to New York's Central Park Summerstage, with all stops in between. With Reckless, Allison reached even greater heights. Guitar World said, "Reckless in the best sense of the word, dancing on a razor's edge, remaining just this side of out-of-control. Hard-driving, piercing West Side Chicago single-note leads with a soul base and a rock edge."
Throughout it all, Allison delivered one show-stopping performance after another. His boundless energy and fierce guitar attack combined to make him a blues superstar who reached rock fans like no bluesmen since Freddie King and Albert Collins. When the news broke that Allison had been diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer in July of 1997, the blues world was shocked. When he died just four weeks later, they were devastated. Without a doubt, Luther Allison's death robbed music fans of one of the most exciting and popular blues performers ever. With Live In Chicago, Allison lives on, as he tears through the songs with the single-minded desire to give everything he has to his audience. While listening to the album, fans can immerse themselves in the explosive power of Luther Allison's music and experience the redemptive force of his legendary performances.

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