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The Knickerbocker All-Stars - Open Mic At The Knick (2014)

13-06-2014, 18:09
Music | Blues

The Knickerbocker All-Stars - Open Mic At The Knick (2014)

Artist: The Knickerbocker All-Stars
Title Of Album: Open Mic At The Knick
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Modern Electric Blues, Chicago Blues
Label: JP Cadillac Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 45:20
Total Size: 107 Mb
Covers: Front

01. You Upset Me Baby (Vocals Sugar Ray Norcia) (3:33)
02. Turn On Your Love Light (Vocals Malford Milligan) (3:54)
03. Mother-In- Law Blues (Vocals Willie J. Laws) (2:44)
04. Love Disease (Vocals Malford Milligan) (3:30)
05. Jelly Jelly (Vocals Johnny Nicholas) (5:11)
06. Reconsider Baby (Vocals Johnny Nicholas) (3:18)
07. It's Later Than You Think (Vocals Sugar Ray Norcia) (2:33)
08. Ain't That Lovin You (Vocals Curtis Salgado) (2:29)
09. Five Long Years (Vocals Willie J. Laws) (3:57)
10. Somebody's Got To Go (Vocals J.P. Sheerar) (4:09)
11. I'm Tore Down (Vocals Brian Templeton) (3:25)
12. Along About Midnight (Vocals Johnny Nicholas) (3:02)
13. Going Down (Vocals Mike O’Connell) (3:28)

The Knickerbocker All Stars are a group of extremely talented blues musicians who have been in the business for decades. Members of the band have played with such notable performers as Freddie King, Robert Cray, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Roomful of Blues as well as their own bands.
Sunday night at the Knickerbocker Café in Westerly, RI featured the Roomful of Blues in the 1970’s and early 80’s. It quickly became the hottest social event in the area. Duke Robillard, the legendary blues guitarist and leader of the Roomful, would invite many up and coming musicians on stage to get their licks in as well as featured artists, the list of which is too long to mention.
Every song on the CD was carefully selected to emulate the great blues front-men, backed by a full horn section with bluesy and boogie woogie piano. Bob Christina was working as the drummer in the blues band Ricky King Russell and the Cadillac Horns. With Bob’s efforts we were able to bring together the Knickerbocker All Stars. The band includes blues heroes, Curtis Saglado, John Nicholas, Sugar Ray Norcia, Malford Milligan, Dave Maxwell, Al Copley and, of course, Bob’s brother Fran.
If you play their songs loud enough and close your eyes you can envision the band blasting away while dancers on the floor twist, swing, jitterbug and slow dance real tight. All of this is what was and still is the hallmark of the Knickerbocker Café.

Bobby and Fran Christina – drums
Ricky King Russell – guitar
Nick Adams – guitar on “Love Disease”
Bob Worthington – bass electric/stand-up
Doc Chanonhouse - trumpet
Bobby “Breeze” Holfelden – trombone
Rich Lataille – tenor and alto sax
Dennis Cook– baritone sax
Al Copley and Dave Maxwell – piano

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