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Guitar Gabriel - The Beginning Of The Music Maker Story

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 2009
Time: 77:47
Size: 178,7 MB
Label:  Dixiefrog Records
Styles: Louisiana Blues/Swamp Blues/Acoustic Blues
Art: Full

Tracks Listing:
 1. Wahoo Rap - 3:24
 2. She Been Gone Too Long - 3:11
 3. Ain't Gonna Let No Woman - 2:44
 4. Started Out This Morning - 5:08
 5. Going To New York - 3:00
 6. Miss You Like The Devil - 4:21
 7. John Henry - 3:34
 8. Old Man Rivers - 4:18
 9. I Got The Right To Cry Sometimes - 6:52
10. The Welfare Blues - 3:12
11. Rock Me Baby - 3:42
12. You Got To Watch Yourself - 2:33
13. Baby Please Don't Go - 2:10
14. Betty & Dupree - 4:16
15. Done Got Tired - 5:24
16. Meet Me In The Bottom - 3:24
17. Landlord Blues - 2:53
18. Key To The Highway - 3:59
19. Running With Jesus Is Just Like An Automobile - 1:51
20. Okalaka Blues - 4:19
21. Left That Farm - 3:23

This gorgeously packaged CD and booklet from Dixie Frog Records comes with 80 minutes of mostly unreleased music by Guitar Gabriel. The CD booklet includes John Creech’s "The Last Bluesman,” a compelling story of the struggles and glory of Music Maker Relief Foundation’s earliest days. His encounter with this artist in 1991 determined the creation of the foundation and the label.
b. Gabriel Perrodin, 17 August 1937, Bellvue, Louisiana, USA. Learning guitar in his teens, Gable was influenced by the ringing, melodic style of Guitar Slim. He recorded for Jay Miller with his band the Musical Kings in 1956/7, and several successful singles were issued on Excello Records. The music was very much in the south Louisiana R&B mould, with a touch of New Orleans rock ‘n’ roll. Gable’s distinctive guitar effectively complemented the lead vocals of King Karl. Guitar Gable’s band retained its popularity in local clubs throughout the rest of the 50s, but it appears that he retired from performing when he joined the army around 1959.

The Beginning Of The Music Maker Story

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