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Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Ike Turner 1972 Blues Roots





Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:37:03
Size: 84,67 MB

United States


Review by Jason Ankeny

The title's no joke: Blues Roots is the lean, mean collection of blues standards Ike Turner long promised to deliver, crafted with real conviction and energy. Turner cut the album in his home studio and played all the instruments himself, which contributes significantly to the music's raw, earthy appeal. Even his deadpan vocals work in this context. But whatever its other virtues, Blues Roots is first and foremost a showcase for Turner's blistering guitar -- several cuts are instrumentals, in fact. And don't worry about authenticity -- if anyone's lived this music, it's Ike.


Tracklist:

01 - You're Still My Baby 02:59

02 - Tacks In My Shoes 02:57

03 - The Things I Used To Do 02:58

04 - Goin' Home 03:02

05 - Lawdy Miss Clawdy 01:38

06 - Right On 04:51

07 - Think 03:02

08 - Rockin' Blues 02:49

09 - That's Alright 03:00

10 - My Babe 03:04

11 - Broken Hearted 03:29

12 - If You Love Me Like You Say 03:14





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