martes, 21 de diciembre de 2010

Lynwood Slim - Soul Feet

Soul Feet

Looking for harp blues without hype, and built with back-to-basics values? Look no further. Slim uses his instrument never relying on the grandiose statement, but goes straight to the point. This was recorded during his tenure in Minnesota; featured on some cuts is one of the "Big Three," pianist Leonard "Baby Doo" Caston, who lays out incredible riffs on solo instrumental "Doo's Groove." Blues like this makes it understandable why the best blues is built on basic fundamentals.

1 I'm to Blame McCracklin
2 Hoy Hoy Jones
3 I Refuse Duran
4 Do Nothin' Till You Hear from Me Ellington, Russell
5 Messin' With My Bread Hooker
6 Reach for Your Telephone Otis, Page
7 Things Gon' Change Moore, West
8 Doo's Groove Caston
9 Soul Feet Smith
10 Nothing Takes the Place of You McCall, Robinson
11 I've Been Around John
12 Bad Case of Love Irving, Josea
13 Too Poor Williams
14 Wipe Your Tears Nolan
15 Look the Whole World Over Mayfield

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