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Friday, December 17, 2010

Phillip Walker 1989 The Bottom Of The Top





Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:35:05
Size: 80,24 MB

Review by Bill Dahl

There weren't many blues albums issued during the early '70s that hit harder than this one. First out on the short-lived Playboy logo, the set firmly established Walker as a blistering axeman sporting enduring Gulf Coast roots despite his adopted L.A. homebase. Of all the times he's cut the rocking "Hello My Darling," this is indeed the hottest, while his funky, horn-driven revival of Lester Williams's "I Can't Lose (With the Stuff I Lose)" and his own R&B-drenched "It's All in Your Mind" are irresistible. After-hours renditions of Sam Cooke's "Laughing & Clowning" and Long John Hunter's "Crazy Girl" are striking vehicles for Walker's twisting, turning guitar riffs and impassioned vocal delivery.



Tracklist:

01 - I Can't Lose (With The Stuff I Use) 02:59

02 - Tin Pan Alley 05:07

03 - Hello Central 03:28

04 - Hello My Darling 02:09

05 - Laughing & Clowning 03:51

06 - Crazy Girl 03:43

07 - It's All In Your Mind 03:29

08 - The Bottom Of The Top 03:25

09 - Hey, Hey, Baby's Gone 03:39

10 - Crying Time 03:15





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