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суббота, 30 июля 2016 г.

Andre Williams Chicago Blues & Rhythm Band (with The El Dorados) - Fat Back & Corn Liquor

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 1996
Time: 65:00
Size: 150,6 MB
Styles: Detroit Blues
Label: ST.GEORGE
Art: Full

Tracks Listing:
 1. Put A Chain On It - 5:05
 2. I'm So High - 5:40
 3. The Bells - 4:57
 4. Fat Back & Corn Liquor - 2:23
 5. Jail Bait - 4:23
 6. Gin - 5:28
 7. Daddy Rolloing Stone - 3:54
 8. Mother Fuyer - 2:33
 9. Riot In Cell Block #9 - 4:56
10. Lemon Squeezin' Daddy - 2:52
11. Abe Lincoln Blues - 3:52
12. I Ain't Superstitious - 5:01
13. Down Home Girllemon Squeezin' Daddy - 5:42
14. Who Do You Love - 8:08

Andre Williams, the man who was rappin' three decades before they had a name for it, is back after a much too long sabbatical with the kind of comeback album that would do any R&B legend proud. With a tight little band and the El Dorados providing crackerjack support, producer George Paulus has managed to restoke some of the fires that burned so brightly on a spate of brilliant, creative singles for Fortune and Checker in the '50s and '60s. The big plus here is that Williams can still deliver that deadpan badass turn of the phrase better than anybody. While the recuts here of his old Fortune classics like "Jail Bait" may be ill-advised (to quote Rocky, the Flying Squirrel, "That trick never works!"), there's just so much great stuff on this biscuit that it's a minor niggling point at best. By far and away, the best track on here is one simply titled "Gin." Recalling one of his legendary Fortune sides, "Please Pass the Biscuits," without Xeroxing it, this is four-minutes-plus of Williams at his nutzo best. A winner.

Fat Back & Corn Liquor

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