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Willie Lomax Blues Revue - Give Me Back My Teeth (1996)

10-04-2015, 17:29
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Willie Lomax Blues Revue - Give Me Back My Teeth (1996)

Artist: Willie Lomax Blues Revue
Title Of Album: Give Me Back My Teeth
Year Of Release: 1996
Label: Big Boss Records
Genre: Blues, Modern Electric Blues
Format: Mp3 | Flac
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 71:11 Min
Total Size: 222 Mb | 506 Mb (covers)


01. Where I've Been
02. Blues for Peewee
03. Mojo Man
04. Crumblin' Down
05. Lonely With the One You Love
06. Long Day Blues
07. Give Me Back My Teeth
08. Cow Cow Boogie (Moo Moo My Love)
09. Way a Tree Falls
10. Pretty Baby Blues
11. Blues for Jackie Robinson: Medley
12. King Biscuit Blues
13. Crumblin' Down [Alternate Mix]
14. Razorback
15. Keep Your Hands Off of Him
16. Down the Road
17. Hissy Fit

Florida guitar player Willie Lomax has a reverent appreciation for the history of the blues, and it shows on his debut release from his own Big Boss Records. Featuring the Delta rhythms of the great Sam Carr on drums, and solid vocals from James Peterson, Give Me Back My Teeth has a lean, gritty sound that combines Southern juke joint rawness with uptown Chicago blues to produce an album that is solid as bedrock. Highlights include the opener, "Where I've Been," the wise and wistful "Way a Tree Falls," the gutbucket "Razorback," and the impressive 11-minute suite "Blues for Jackie Robinson," which manages to be experimental without being disruptive to the overall tone and feel of the album. Lomax would add Shawn Brown on vocals for his next two albums, and move on to more Memphis soul territory, but this debut shows an impressive writer and player with a clear vision for what contemporary blues can be.

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