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Son Lewis - Stages (2015)

8-05-2015, 19:13
Music | Blues

Son Lewis - Stages (2015)

Artist: Son Lewis
Title Of Album: Stages
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Chicago Blues
Label: Silk City Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 77:53
Total Size: 182 MB
Covers: Front

01. Chicken Shack (7:37)
02. Crosscut Saw (3:23)
03. As The Years Go Passing By (5:47)
04. You're Gonna Miss Me (3:07)
05. Evil (Is Goin' On) (3:05)
06. A Right To Sing The Blues (9:00)
07. Mellow Down Easy (3:43)
08. Mississippi Delta Blues (4:04)
09. Nothing, No Nothing (1:58)
10. Jelly, Jelly (6:01)
11. Outside Woman Blues (7:00)
12. Phonograph Blues (5:59)
13. Four Until Late (3:36)
14. 19 Years Old (6:44)
15. Baby, What You Want Me To Do (3:18)
16. I Got My Mojo Working (3:23)

Stages is the 20th recording by Son Lewis and his 18th for Silk City Records, the label he helped launch in 1988! These particular recordings were culled from archives of live performances at The New Daisy Theater in Memphis, a Television Sound Stage, The Great Notch Inn (a famous NJ Roadhouse), a Benefit for the ailing Walter Trout and some solo acoustic songs from live radio performances at local University Blues Radio Shows.

Lewis has long been known to surround himself with the outrageously talented and creative musicians and these sessions are no exception. Members of his own band feature Alan Camlet and Tony Carbonaro on drums, Rich Downes and Nicholas D’Amato on Bass, Ron Petronzi on guitar, Jerry Fierro on Harmonica and John Pittas on keyboards.

As coincidence would have it, a one-time performance with local legends Bob “Hoochie Coochie” Paolucci (harmonica/guitar), Larry “Talbot” D’Albero (bass/vocals) and Paul “Hernandez” Unsworth (drums) was captured on digital audio tape when they performed with Son as “The Blues Alliance”. D’Albero’s impassioned lead vocal on “I’ve Got A Right To Sing The Blues” is a highlight of this recording. Also featured is the late K-Ron Brandt singing “Nothing, No Nothing” with The Son Lewis Band backing her up.

The masters for these tunes were uncovered quite by accident while Lewis was preparing for his next studio recording on Silk City and as live performances, they have all the excitement, energy, spontaneity and improvisational excellence that have become hallmarks of the Son Lewis Band and Son Lewis solo over the years… and yes, some of the sonic imperfections that have made live two-track Blues such a staple of musical history in the last 100 years.
Listen up… Listen close… but most of all, have as good a time listening as the guys did playing…!

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