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Terry Evans - Live At Harvelle's (2006)

2-02-2016, 21:18
Music | Blues

Title: Live At Harvelle's
Year Of Release: 2006
Label: RedRoom Records
Genre: Modern Electric Blues
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 61:02
Total Size: 145 MB

1. Standing At The Crossroads ( 5:21)
2. Natcha Bone Lover ( 6:41)
3. Honey Boy ( 6:06)
4. The Thrill Is Gone ( 7:11)
5. I'm A Hog For You ( 6:42)
6. Rooftop Tomcat ( 4:49)
7. Ain't No Sunshine (10:17)
8. Credit Card Blues ( 6:07)
9. Let Me Go Back To The Country ( 7:44)

Terry Evans eventually became a soulful, gospel-flavored vocalist fronting a band, but his career took many steps to reach that pinnacle. Like many blues artists, his first exposure to music was in church, where he sang in the junior choir. As is often the case, his parents allowed him to sing only gospel, but on the sneak, he listened to blues artists such as Elmore James, Little Walter, Albert King, and B.B. King.

His first break was as a member of a Southern vocal group, the Knights. From there, he moved to Southern California and began picking up guitar and writing songs. Among the songs he wrote were "Love Is a Precious Thing," which was recorded by Pops Staples, and "Hop, Skip, and Jump," recorded by Louis Jordan.

In the '70s, he performed as a duo with Bobby King on the chitlin circuit, playing their brand of Stax-styled soul and gospel. A hard-working performer, Evans continued with King while at the same time working as a background vocalist for Ry Cooder, both on Cooder's albums and in his touring band. Evans' breakthrough came during the movie Crossroads, where he sang lead on "Down in Mississippi" and the title piece.

In 1993, Evans released his first solo album, Blues for Thought, on Pointblank. While providing backing vocal tracks for Lloyd Jones' Trouble Monkey, he attracted the attention of record producer Joe Harley, who then signed Evans to Audioquest. Evans recorded two fine albums with Harley, Puttin' It Down and Come to the River. Walk That Walk followed in early 2000; Mississippi Magic was issued a year later. ~by Char Ham

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