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Jimi "Prime Time" Smith - Give Me Wings (1998)

30-03-2015, 21:51
Music | Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Jimi "Prime Time" Smith - Give Me Wings (1998)

Artist: Jimi "Prime Time" Smith
Title Of Album: Give Me Wings
Year Of Release: 1998
Label: Atomic Theory
Genre: Blues, Electric Blues
Format: Mp3 | APE
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 73:53 Min
Total Size: 180 Mb | 492 Mb (covers)


01. Killer Joe
02. U for Me
03. Give Me Wings
04. If Trouble Was Money
05. Tipping
06. Walking the Dog
07. When You're Doin' Alright
08. Soul Fixin' Man
09. Out on a Line
10. One Woman Too Many
11. I'll Play the Blues for You
12. Last Night

The son of veteran Chicago blues songwriter Johnnie Mae Dunson, Jimi "Prime Time" Smith checks in with a live album recorded at Blues Alley in Minneapolis, MN on two nights in 1998. Kicking off with a jazzy instrumental, Benny Golson's "Killer Joe," Smith immediately shows us that he's no Stevie Ray Vaughanabee, spraying tight licks over a loose framework that allows the whole band to breathe as one. A Jimmy Reed-styled original, "You for Me," is up next, with a guest appearance on harmonica from Tom Burns. A slow blues dedicated to Albert Collins (his "If Trouble Was Money") shows off Smith's fretboard firepower, while "Tipping" and "Walkin' the Dog" -- the latter featuring a guest turn from Brother Jack McDuff -- show off the band's funk and jazz sides. Other highlights include his mother's "When You're Doin' Alright" (originally recorded by Jimmy Reed), Luther Allison's "Soul Fixin' Man," Albert King's "I'll Play the Blues for You" and the Mar-Keys' "Last Night." All in all, an impressive debut.

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nrwsps   User offline   31 March 2015 08:15

Thanks a lot.

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