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Fabrizio Poggi & Chicken Mambo - Heroes & Friends (2010)

1-10-2015, 09:55
Music | Blues | Rock

Fabrizio Poggi & Chicken Mambo - Heroes & Friends (2010)

Artist: Fabrizio Poggi & Chicken Mambo
Title Of Album: Heroes & Friends
Year Of Release: 2010
Label: Ultra Sound Records
Genre: Blues, Modern Electric Blues, Harmonica Blues
Format: Mp3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 58:30 Min
Total Size: 143 Mb


1. Hey Evangeline
2. What The Cowboys Say
3. I'm A King Bee
4. Chicken Gumbo
5. Sweet Cajun Flower
6. See You Later Alligator
7. Bayou Queen
8. Canzone Delle Rondini
9. Roamin' Blues
10. Big Chief
11. Creole Angel
12. Stand By Me
13. Bluesharp
14. Dead Shrimp

Fabrizio Poggi - vocals, harp, rubboard, percussions; Gianfranco "French" Scala - guitars; Maurizio Fassino - guitars; Davide Giorgi - piano, organ, accordion, double bass; Giuseppe "Joe" Barreca - bass; Corrado Ciceri - drums.

Heroes & Friends as already announced by the titile includes many guests' and friends' performance, while the band changed partially members and name, turned into Fabrizio Poggi & chicken Mambo. In the third album of the band there are the famous Cajun rocker Zachary Richard (vocals and accordion on two tracks), DonMcCalister and his band (which included Eamon McLouglin, now with the Greencards, Donnie Price (legendary Texan bassist who played with many great artists) and Slim Richey (appreciated Texan guitarist and producer); Billy Gregory extraordinary blues guitarist (he was one of the founders of the "It's a beautiful day" and performed and recorded with John Lee Hooker and Willy DeVille). There are many friends who contributed to the success of this album including Vince Vallicelli, David Teicher, and Joseph Di Carlo. The most significant songs chosen among originals and covers are "Hey Evangeline," "Bayou Queen" (both with Zachary Richard), "What the Cowboys say" (with Don McCalister); "Chicken Gumbo" and "Creole Angel" (with Billy Gregory and Vince Vallicelli); "I'm a King Bee" by Slim Harpo, the classic "See you later alligator", the very first version of "Sweet Cajun flower", the personal and successful cover of "Stand by Me"; "Dead Shrimp "by Robert Johnson and" Canzone Delle Rondini " a touching translation of a Zachary Richard's song.

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