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Thursday, March 24, 2011

Tutu Jones 2005 Live

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:53:55
Size: 123,35 MB

United States

Mean-faced and holding his guitar like a shotgun, Dallas-based bluesman Tutu Jones is no joke. His guitar style is the blues equivalent of N.W.A on ecstasy: brutal, yet sprinkled with subtle soul. Jones grew up a drummer, then eventually plucked his way into the spotlight. His poorly titled Live debut is a Mike Tyson punch of sugary songs about heartache ("Have You Ever Loved a Woman") and good times ("Sunday Morning Love"). Jones churns out some clean picking, and just when his blues start wearing you down – repetition is no one's friend – Jones throws some soul around with ease. "My Girl," the only cover on the album, is sung in Jones' rusty voice and puts some rockist weight on the feathery hit. Shy is not what blues musicians are known for, and Jones is no different, as everything is boastful on this disc. Scales get manhandled on "Shake What Your Mama Gave You" where they free booty and brain in a fit of solos. Bluesmen are traditionalists, but Jones learns how to mesh soulful wails with syrupy blues that are as sweaty live as they are in quiet studios. (


01 - Sunday Morning Love 05:51

02 - Goin' Down 03:37

03 - Have You Ever Loved A Woman 05:59

04 - Sweet Woman 03:49

05 - The Milkman Game 06:21

06 - My Girl 05:50

07 - Shake What Your Mama Gave You 04:56

08 - Little Blue Bird 08:14

09 - Teenie Weenie 04:21

10 - The Sky Is Crying 04:57

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