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The Ernie Peniston Band - Live At The Muddy Waters (2014)

5-07-2014, 17:03
Music | Blues | Funk

The Ernie Peniston Band - Live At The Muddy Waters (2014)

Artist: The Ernie Peniston Band
Title Of Album: Live At The Muddy Waters
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Chicago Blues, Funky Blues
Label: The Ernie Peniston Band
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 61:56
Total Size: 144 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Intro (Live) (4:51)
02. So Many Women, So Little Time (Live) (3:48)
03. Here I Am (Live) (3:48)
04. Why I Sing The Blues (Live) (5:36)
05. Stormy Monday (Live) (8:39)
06. Heart Of St. Paul (Live) (7:35)
07. I'm Going Home (Live) (4:16)
08. Give Me My Blues (Live) (4:48)
09. Ain't No Sunshine (Live) (6:40)
10. Sweet Home Chicago (Live) (7:42)
11. If You Wanna Boogie... Forget It (Live) (4:08)

Ernie Peniston’s unique style is derived from classic blues and the distinctive Minneapolis music scene of the 70's and 80's that produced such musicians as Prince, Morris Day and Jessie Johnson. Morris Day was originally Ernie's drummer in their band “Enterprise” in the 80’s. “The Time,” featuring Day as the frontman, later went on to perform in Prince’s movies, Purple Rain and Graffiti Bridge.

Peniston formed The Ernie Peniston Band in the Quad-Cities in the late 80’s, and this recording is the culmination of a very special reunion of an early 90's lineup of the band’s musicians:

Ernie Peniston - Vocals
Joe Collins - Guitar
Darren Butler - Bass
Manuel Lopez III - Keys
Rick Penhallegon – Drums

Ernie Peniston has shared the stage with Prince, Morris Day, The Temptations, Koko Taylor, Lonnie Brooks, James Brown, Albert Collins, and many others. He also spent four years as the frontman with Blind Pig recording artists, Chicago Rhythm & Blues Kings, traveling the US and Europe. Peniston was inducted into the Iowa Blues Hall of Fame in 2003.

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