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U.P. Wilson With Paul Orta And The Kingpins - Attack Of The Atomic Guitar (2014)

16-10-2014, 03:55
Music | Blues | Rock

U.P. Wilson With Paul Orta And The Kingpins - Attack Of The Atomic Guitar (2014)

Artist: U.P. Wilson With Paul Orta And The Kingpins
Title Of Album: Attack Of The Atomic Guitar
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Red Lightnin Records
Genre: Blues, Texas Blues
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 73:33 Min
Total Size: 179 Mb


1. Wailing At Weavers
2. Boy Scout Plan
3. Enter The Tornado
4. Hold On Baby
5. Johnny B. Goode
6. Hideaway
7. You Got Me Runnin'
8. Armadillo Strut
9. Pretty Baby
10. Austin Shuffle
11. Alibi Blues
12. Bo Diddley
13. Boogie Chillun
14. The Twister
15. Cold, Cold, Feeling

U.P. Wilson (vocals, guitar)
Paul Orta (vocals, harmonica)
Hector Watt (guitar)
Eddie Stout (bass guitar)

Fort Worth-based guitarist, singer and songwriter U.P. Wilson plays a startlingly refreshing style of deep Southern soul-blues that is gospel inflected and rural, yet urban. His very rhythmic guitar playing is showcased on three albums for JSP Records, and it appears that after years of being known as a regional performer around Texas, Wilson is ready to take his show on the road. Wilson has recorded three albums for the London-based JSP Records — Boogie Boy: Return of the Texas Tornado in 1994, This Is U.P. Wilson (1995), and Whirlwind, a 1996 release. Wilson also has two early-'90s recordings for the small Texas labels Red Lightnin' and Double Trouble.

Raised in West Dallas, Wilson learned his craft in the rough and tumble beer joints around the South and West Sides of the city, taking his cues from the likes of ZuZu Bollin, Cat Man Fleming, Frankie Lee Sims, Mercy Baby and Nappy "Chin" Evans. Wilson moved from Dallas to Fort Worth and formed a band called the Boogie Chillun with drummer and vocalist Robert Ealey. Later, he worked with Cornell Dupree before Dupree left to become a favorite session guitarist.

By the late 1970s, Wilson and Ealey were frequenting a Fort Worth club called the New Bluebird, where they were attracting ever-growing legions of true Texas blues fans. Wilson began recording locally in 1987 and touring again around Texas. Since the mid-'90s release of his JSP albums, Wilson and his band have toured regionally around the South, pleasing audiences with his inventiveness, clever songwriting, great arrangements and sheer originality. He returned in 1999 with On My Way.

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singlemalt   User offline   16 October 2014 09:18

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