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Jean Paul Rena & Terrawheel - Can't Be Satisfied (2007)

13-01-2015, 07:04
Music | Blues | Rock

Jean Paul Rena & Terrawheel - Can't Be Satisfied (2007)

Artist: Jean Paul Rena & Terrawheel
Title Of Album: Can't Be Satisfied
Year Of Release: 2007
Label: Corazong Records
Genre: Blues, Blues Rock
Format: Mp3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 47:16 Min
Total Size: 115 Mb


1. Hoochie Coochie Man
2. Too Drunk
3. Memo From O.S
4. Love Flue
5. Voodoo Chile
6. Torre's Walk
7. Sun Is Shining
8. Crossroad
9. Make Believe
10. Blues
11. Can't Be Satisfied
12. Blue Son
13. Buzz Buzz

In December the night falls early in the South. It's a quarter past four on the road from Memphis, Tennessee, to Clarksdale, Mississippi. Twilight has set in. I throw another CD in the machine & set the cruise control to maximum. Just when I see the exit to Helena, home of the King Biscuit Flower Hour blues tradition, a very danceable out-of-left-field version of Willie Dixon's "Hoochie Koochie Man" starts rocking the car. I don't need seven doctors to say I'm born for good luck: got my lovely Deb'rah on my side & a 'hoochie koochie son of a guitar' almost blasting the windows out. For a moment or two my heart skips a beat when an officer behind me turns on his blue lights. Maybe I'm 20 decibels above the local limit. But he turns around on screeching rubber on the way to a worse crime. "Rock ' roll, I'm on a mission" my man Jewan-Paul belches out & the pedal hits the metal to get us in time to the Crossroads of the Blues, where Highway 61 meets Highway 49. Standing on the crossroads, not knowing what way to choose." Where Robert Johnson sold his soul to the devil. With a Dutch voice electrifying me on the way to the cradle of it all. Where Ike Turner went to school to become the inspiration for the greatest guitar-moments of the Spencer Davis Group, the Yardbirds, Manfred Mann, Jeff Beck, the Stones (& other British rockers 'pillaging the blues') & three generations of Dutch heroes, from Cuby & the Blizzards via Barrelhouse to Julian Sas. In this part of the States more blues than oil wells up from the soil. We're on the holy grounds of Muddy Waters, Model T-Ford; Junior Parker, Super Chikan Johnson and his Fightin' Cocks, John Lee Hooker, Sam Cooke, W.C. Handy, Eddie Boyd & Ike's sidekick Jackie Brenson (who invented rock 'n roll with "Rocket 88"). ~Evert Wilbrink

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