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Joe Stanley - King of the Honky-Tonk Sax

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 1995
Time: 57:46
Size: 133,1 MB
Label: Wild Child Records
Styles: Blues/R&B
Art: Full

 1. Rambunctious -  3:41
 2. Pennies from Heaven -  2:39
 3. I need You -  4:48
 4. Blues for Danny - 11:19
 5. Pack Your Suitcase -  3:28
 6. Jambalaya -  3:38
 7. Evening -  3:10
 8. Chicken-Fried Tenor -  5:34
 9. The Lady is a Tramp -  2:46
10. I'm So Blue -  3:08
11. Please Release Me -  4:48
12. I Can't Stop Loving You -  4:15
13. Rainbow Ride -  4:27

Musicians:
Joe Stanley -  sax/vocals;
Billy Hancock, - vocals;
Dave Chappell -  guitar;
Rudy Turner -  guitar;
Kevin McKendree -  B-3 organ;
John Previti -  bass;
Jay Miles -  bass;
Joe Maher -  drums.

Joe's the godfather of the down-and-dirty R&B sax of the '50s and '60s. He led the great Bill Black Combo (Elvis' backup band), toured with Marvin Gaye, and mentored countless Maryland musicians including Danny Gatton and Roy Buchanan. Stanley's CD is chock full of organ grooves, soul ballads, deep sax-driven blues. The icing is Joe's bourbon-fortified Sinatra-style vocals on old honky-tonk gems like "Jambalaya" and "Please Release Me". It doesn't hurt that he's got an all-star band: two wailing electric guitars, soul-steeped Hammond organ, and hard-driving bari sax. All that's locked down tight by John Previti's razor-sharp bassline and Big Joe Maher's ultra-punchy cymbals, snare and kickdrum.

King of the Honky-Tonk Sax

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