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Mick Pini - Mick ''Wildman'' Pini (1989)

23-01-2015, 20:47
Music | Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Mick Pini - Mick ''Wildman'' Pini (1989)

Artist: Mick Pini
Title Of Album: Mick ''Wildman'' Pini
Year Of Release: 1989
Label: Stomp Records
Genre: Blues, Modern Electric Blues
Format: APE
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 40:26 Min
Total Size: 240 Mb (covers)


01. The Collector
02. Onion Rings
03. You Can Make It
04. Unknown Destination
05. It's Got To Be The Blues
06. More Than I Could Chew
07. Free Load
08. Liek Mother Like Daughter
09. Freddy's Midnite Dream
10. Too Many Mountains

Mick Piny: Guitar, Vocal on You can make It
Tony Robinson: Keyboards
Jon Southgate: Bass
Les Morgan: Drums
Special Guests:
Adrian A. B. Burns: Vocal and second Guitar on More than I could Chew
Paul Jones: Vocal and Harmonica on It's got to be the Blues, and Like Mother, like Daughter
Chris Youlden: Vocal on The Collectoe, and Too many Mountains

Mick started playing guitar as a young boy back in 1960. Since then he’s paid his dues in pubs, clubs, festivals, concert halls - hell, even busking on the streets. Over a lifetime he’s worked with all sorts: Doctor Ross, Professor Longhair, Rich Grech, Mojo Buford, Louisana Red, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Chris Farlowe, Mike Vernon, BB King, Luther Allison – and more than a few others. Currently based in Germany, Mick has more recently worked with Roy Estrada (Little Feat) and Jimmy Carl Black (Frank Zappa).

Live he’s simply brilliant – but why take my word for it; Eric Clapton called him the “legitimate successor to Peter Green”, while Mick Vernon described him as “ having the energy and attack that made Freddie King one of the greats. There are too few great guitarists working the European scene. Sure there are many good ones, but only a few have the potential to make a mark in a way Peter Green did many years ago.” A recent gig produced the newspaper headline: “An honour to see blues legend in action.” Perhaps the most telling tribute is the fact that when Mick is in town, Mick Double, Eric Clapton’s manager can regularly be found at the back of the room, quietly enjoying Mick’s set.

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