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Thursday, February 10, 2011

William Clarke 1990 Blowin' Like Hell

Genre: Blues
Rate: 128 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:48:24
Size: 44,22 MB

United States

Review by Michael Erlewine

The title says it all. William Clarke cooks on Blowin' Like Hell, his first CD. And these are new sounds. Songs like "Lollipop Mama," "Gambling for My Bread," and "Lonesome Bedroom Blues" (all written by Clarke) are just great tunes. "Must Be Jelly" won Clarke a W.C. Handy Award for blues song of the year in 1991. You'll find yourself humming them. Clarke's timing and music are right on the money, with the great Alex Schultz on lead guitar. There is no doubt that Clarke is one of the few modern bluesmen who are exploring and extending the amplified blues harp tradition without violating any of its principles. No one plays chromatic blues harp with this kind of passion and sheer conviction. Hear for yourself.


01 - Lollipop Mama 03:51

02 - Lonesome Bedroom Blues 05:46

03 - Gambling For My Bread 03:26

04 - Greasy Gravy 03:35

05 - Trying So Hard 03:38

06 - Cash Money 03:40

07 - Must Be Jelly 07:05

08 - Sweet Angel's Gone 04:45

09 - Looking To The Future 04:08

10 - Drinking By Myself 05:48

11 - Blowin' Like Hell 02:42

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Enjoy the music!


Anonymous said...

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SouthernBluesRock said...

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