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Lynwood Slim - Hard To Kill (2014)

18-11-2014, 16:27
Music | Jazz | Blues

Lynwood Slim - Hard To Kill (2014)

Artist: Lynwood Slim
Title Of Album: Hard To Kill
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Harmonica Blues, Blues Jazz, Jump Blues
Label: Rip Cat Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 64:53
Total Size: 152 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Found Love (4:02)
02. Baby Please Don't Go (3:11)
03. I Chose To Sing The Blues (5:08)
04. All Of My Life (3:46)
05. Person To Person (3:45)
06. Jump With Me Baby (3:13)
07. Don't Put Me Down (2:53)
08. Call You No More (4:28)
09. Wake Up (4:21)
10. Old Honkie Tonk Piano Roll Blues (5:37)
11. Close To You (5:16)
12. Almost Free (4:30)
13. Juste Toi Et Moi (3:23)
14. You Better Believe It (2:52)
15. That's Alright (4:54)
16. Lynwood Slim (Feat. Mark Du Fresne) (3:28)

Lynwood Slim: Born August 19 1953 - Died August 4, 2014

Lynwood Slim felt there were only two things he could do to make a living: shoot pool or play harmonica. Thank goodness he chose to be a musician. As a child he played trumpet, but at 15 he picked up the harmonica. Although drawn to listening to Jimmy Reed and Little Walter, he made the career choice after watching Brooklyn Slim and Paul Oscher. His early memorable gigs allowed him to sit in with Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson and others. When the southern California scene dried up in the mid-'70s, he packed up and moved to Minneapolis.

Less than a week after coming into town, Slim replaced a band's previous harp player, Kim Wilson, who left for Austin to form the Fabulous Thunderbirds with Jimmy Vaughan. Eventually, he formed the Lynwood Slim Band, working often with Leonard "Baby Doo" Caston, James Smith and Walter Horton. His style of swing blues won him numerous awards bestowed by the Minnesota Music Academy, and he documented musical triumphs with Lost in America, released in 1990; and Soul Feet, released in 1991 and reissued five years later. Slim briefly returned to Los Angeles, where joined Dave Specter and moved to Chicago in 1995. Several years later, family circumstances and the reblossoming of the southern California scene returned Slim home. Besides his presence gracing the live L.A. scene, Slim and producer Jerry Hall have produced European and American artists over the years. In 1998, they set up their own record label, Pacific Blue Recording Company; World Wide Wood followed in 2000. ~Artist Biography by Char Ham

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