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Mickey Murray - Shout Bamalama (2008)

27-01-2015, 18:12
Music | Blues | Soul | Funk | R&B | FLAC / APE

Mickey Murray - Shout Bamalama (2008)

Artist: Mickey Murray
Title Of Album: Shout Bamalama
Year Of Release: 2008
Label: Vampi Soul / VAMPICD053
Genre: Funk, Soul, Rhythm & Blues
Total Time: 45:46 min
Format: Mp3 / FLAC (tracks +.cue, log-file)
Quality: CBR 320 kbps / Lossless
Total Size: 110 mb / 280 mb

Mickey Murray's rendition of Otis Redding's "Shout Bamalama" was a career hit for the Southern singer. He was obviously imitating Redding, because nothing else on this 18-track CD sounds like it, and he sings in a lower, less hectic voice on the others -- except for "Flat Foot Sam" and "Sticky Sue," which are as boisterous and backwoods as "Shout Bamalama." The ballads -- "Lonely Room," "Pledging My Love" (a sweet remake of Johnny Ace's classic), and "Am I That Easy to Forget" (slow Southern blues) -- are well-done and memorable. On "Hit Record" and "Mama Got the Wagon" you'll swear you're listening to James Brown. Two tracks, "After What I've Been Used To" and "The Pig and the Pussy Cat," harken back to memories of Stax Records and their patented horns. ~ Andrew Hamilton, Allmusic


01. Shout Bamalama
02. Lonely Room
03. Are You Ready
04. Got You On My Mind
05. I'm Coming Back To You
06. Try To Hide From Love
07. How Many Breaks Can One Heart Take
08. Pledging My Love
09. East Of Nowhere
10. Treat Him Right
11. Am I That Easy To Forget
12. Hit Record
13. Flat Foot Sam
14. Sticky Sue
15. Mama's Got The Wagon
16. Jodie
17. After What I've Been Used To
18. The Pig And The Pussycat



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