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The J.C. Smith Band - That's What I'm Talk'n 'Bout (2004)

22-06-2016, 23:45
Music | Blues

Title: That's What I'm Talk'n 'Bout
Year Of Release: 2004
Label: Cozmik Records
Genre: West Coast Blues, Electric Blues
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 49:58
Total Size: 125 MB

01. Two Bones And A Pick (3:35)
02. In The City (4:32)
03. 24 Hours Of The Day (3:07)
04. What Your Love Has Done For Me (4:26)
05. Recession Blues (3:51)
06. Blues N' Trouble (4:54)
07. Stormy Monday (3:30)
08. Gettin Drunk (2:53)
09. Silver Dollar Boogie (2:28)
10. Can't You See Whatyou're Doin (4:44)
11. Back To Chicago (4:05)
12. Mother-In-Law Blues (3:52)
13. Woke Up This Morning (3:56)

J.C. Smith - Lead Guitar / Vocals
Pam Arthur - Piano/ Organ
Robert Green - Bass / Vocals
Donnie Green - Drums
Abraham Vasquez - Sax
Tommy Tuesday - Trumpet

J. C. Smith, 2006 Bay Area Blues Society West Coast Blues Band of the Year award winner is originally from the San Francisco Bay Area. He is an outstanding performer noted for his energy and charisma. Prior to playing guitar, he was the drummer for the Back to Back Blues Band. In 2000, he emerged from behind his drums, armed with a Gibson 335. J. C. attacks the Blues as if he is being guided by the masters like T-Bone Walker, Albert King, and Johnnie Guitar Watson. The J. C. Smith Band’s current release "Defining Cool" is by far the best recording to date. Listed for the 52nd Grammy Awards for "Best Contemporary Blues CD," it entered the Living Blues Radio Charts at #16 and was a “Pick to Click” on XM Radio. After 20 weeks on the Roots Report, the CD climbed the charts as high as #25 nationally. In 2004, Smith released “That’s What I’m Talk’n ‘Bout,” co-produced by Grammy Award Nominee Joanna Connor. This CD shows masterful songwriting, outstanding arrangements, and traditional quality. It features a host of Chicago players including Willie “Big Eyes” Smith, who worked with the Muddy Waters Band for twenty years. 2001 marked the release of Smith’s first effort "Midnight Creeper" which brought him international attention. Smith has toured throughout the United States, Eastern Europe, Mexico, and South America to sell out crowds. He is also known as radio personality Johnnie Cozmik on KKUP F.M. J. C. feels that his goal in life is “To keep the Blues alive and take the message to the people.”

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