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Michael Coleman & The Backbreakers - Self-Rising Blues (Reissue) (2015)

18-08-2015, 16:38
Music | Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Michael Coleman & The Backbreakers - Self-Rising Blues (Reissue) (2015)

Artist: Michael Coleman & The Backbreakers
Title Of Album: Self-Rising Blues
Year Of Release: Reissue 2015
Label: Saar srl
Genre: Blues, Funky Blues, Chicago Blues
Format: Flac
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 51:31 Min
Total Size: 320 Mb
WebSite: Album Preview


1. Love Somebody
2. Lost My Job In The City
3. Homeless Man
4. Whiskey Drinking Woman
5. Wago, Wago, Wago, Shake Your Body
6. Here I Am
7. Blues In E
8. Self-Rising Blues
9. Dreamer
10. Basement Blues
11. I Gamble, I Gamble

Voted one of the top 50 bluesmen in the world by Guitar World Magazine, and certainly one of Chicago's hottest guitar slingers, Michael Coleman brings his funky twist to the blues.

A gift discovered at 4 years of age by his mother, at 8 he was performing with his father Cleo Williams; at 13 with the top 40 band Midnight Sun during the afternoon and with Johnny Dollar and Aaron Burton at night; at 14 with Johnny Christian; at 21 on the road with Muddy Waters; and at 22 touring Europe with Eddy Clearwater. In 1979 at the age of 23, Michael began his ten year tenure with The James Cotton Band.

Since 1991, with the Backbreakers backing, Michael has opened for such greats as B.B. King, Robert Cray, Buddy Guy, Koko Taylor, John Lee Hooker, and Luther Allison, to name just a few. With 16 albums of his own, and having arranged some of the top blues hits and albums in the world, Michael brings a lifetime of experience to his professional, high, energy, funky, bluesy, crowd-involved show. Don't think lump-de-lump, think danceable funk!

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