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Cub Koda & The Houserockers - Live At B.L.U.E.S. 1982 (2015)

27-02-2015, 17:47
Music | Blues

Cub Koda & The Houserockers - Live At B.L.U.E.S. 1982 (2015)

Artist: Cub Koda & The Houserockers
Title Of Album: Live At B.L.U.E.S. 1982
Year Of Release: 1991/2015
Genre: Chicago Blues
Label: Wolf Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 47:48
Total Size: 113 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Highway 49 (4:04)
02. You Can't Sit Down (3:29)
03. I Have A Little Girl (2:40)
04. Hound Dog's Crawl (3:29)
05. Take Five (3:49)
06. Comin' Round The Mountain (2:36)
07. Courtin' In A Cadillac (2:45)
08. Flying Saucer Boogie (3:17)
09. Chicago Daily Blues (8:58)
10. The Hillbilly Blues (4:04)
11. The Time Has Come (3:43)
12. Kitchen Sink Boogie (3:17)
13. Eddie's Boogie (1:30)

What's wrong with this picture? The sawed-off bespectacled singer/guitarist from Brownsville Station fronting the late Hound Dog Taylor's ex-rhythm section, the Houserockers -- blasphemy, you say? Get a life. Koda smokes like he's: 1) out to dispel any doubts about his legitimacy, and 2) having the time of his life. Opening with Howlin' Wolf's "Highway 49" (a rather tall order), the Cubmaster grabs the Chicago crowd by its collective neck and shakes it into submission. His guitar trade-offs with Brewer Phillips (no bass in this band) are a delight, and by "You Can't Sit Down" drummer Ted Harvey is blowing his police whistle -- signalling that things be rockin'! Eddie Clearwater sits in on one tune, and Koda tips his hat to the guitarist with a stellar rendition of Eddie's "Hillbilly Blues." This is worthy of wider release, not to mention an encore. ~ Dan Forte

Personnel: Cub Koda (vocals, guitar); Eddy Clearwater (vocals, guitar); Brewer Phillips (guitar); Ted Harvey (drums).

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