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вторник, 25 июня 2019 г.

S.E.Willis and the Willing - Too Much Love

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 2019
Time: 43:21
Size: 102,6 MB
Label: Mr.Suchensuch
Styles: Blues
Art: Front

Tracks Listing:
 1. Turn Back - 4:00
 2. My Happy Home - 5:15
 3. I Sure Don't Know Who Does - 2:32
 4. Apocalypto - 4:22
 5. Crawl off and Die - 3:44
 6. Let That Be the Reason - 3:27
 7. Wake Up - 5:09
 8. Too Much Love - 3:24
 9. Honky Tonk Romance - 3:43
10. I Study the Room - 3:20
11. Honky Tonkin' Night and Day - 4:19

From the politically inspired "Crawl Off and Die" to the over-the-top instrumental "Apocalypto", S.E.Willis and the Willing cover a number of classic American musical styles in an all-original mix of Blues, Country, Honky-Tonk and Zydeco.
S.E.Willis, originally from West Virginia, has been playing the piano and harmonica since the age of six, and organ and accordion since his teens.  He started playing in rock and roll bands along Arizona’s stretch of Route 66 in 1967.  Willis’ music is deeply rooted in traditional American forms: blues, boogie-woogie, country, rockabilly, gospel, zydeco. A veteran band leader, S.E. (Steve) Willis has taken a supporting role in bands with such artists as Chuck Berry, Bo Diddly, Albert King, Jimmy Rogers, Roy Gaines, and, since 2000, Elvin Bishop (his accordion features prominently on the 2014 release “Can’t Even Do Wrong Right”).
S.E.Willis sang tenor with the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir and appeared on their 1995 release “We’ve Come a Mighty Long Way.”  He worked another three years with founding Meters’ member and New Orleans drumming legend Joseph “Zigaboo” Modeliste, and plays piano on his solo release Zigaboo.com.
Forty seven years in the business and counting, S.E.Willis knows a lot about American roots music and shows it with every note.

Too Much Love

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