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Little Smokey Smothers & Elvin Bishop - Chicago Blues Buddies (2009) Lossless

22-12-2015, 20:46
Music | Blues

Title: Chicago Blues Buddies
Year Of Release: 2009
Label: Black Derby Records
Genre: Blues, Modern Electric Blues, Chicago Blues
Quality: Flac
Total Time: 56:11
Total Size: 373 Mb


01. Remembering
02. Talkin' Blues
03. Smokey Shuffle
04. Crack Head Woman
05. Mother-In-Law Blues
06. You're Gonna Miss Me
07. You Don't Love Me
08. Interview
09. Roll Your Moneymaker
10. Little Red Rooster
11. Hello, Baby
12. Bye Bye Baby

It has now been almost fifty years since established Chicago guitarist Little Smokey Smothers began mentoring and befriending the young Elvin Bishop, who came to Chicago from Tulsa in 1960 looking for the blues. Those years have brought at least life’s share of twists and turns for each. Smothers maintained a steady but generally low profile on the windy city blues scene while Bishop gained renown with the Butterfield Blues Band and then struck out on his own noteworthy foray through blues and southern rock and, like many of his Chicago blues cohorts, relocated to the Bay Area in the late ’60s. Superb musical jamming and down home eating courtesy of Smokey’s kitchen chops have marked Elvin and his band’s Chicago visits, and Elvin and Smokey have helped each other through hard times and tough losses. Smokey’s health has been in decline in recent years, and Elvin has seized the moment to compile (with generous assistance from a number of labels and individuals) Chicago Blues Buddies, a musical monument to his friendship and musical teamwork with Smokey while all involved can savor the highly enjoyable results.

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ogutierrez   User offline   23 December 2015 02:38

Thank you vm

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