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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Ron Hacker & The Hacksaws 2003 Burnin'

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:45:43
Size: 104,86 MB

United States

It's the second Ron Hacker & the Hacksaws album in about as many years, following the Shad Harris-distinguished Back Door Man in late 2000, and it shows even further development of Ron Hacker's relentless and relentlessly authentic driving blues.

How authentic? Hacker covers Elmore James, Robert Johnson, Fred McDowell, Yank Rachel and Sonny Boy Williamson. He lays down the fine original title track instrumental (you can hear the flame) and the autobiographical Mailman Blues and Prison Mind.

If you don't get wood from Billy Gibbons' Fool for Your Stockings or Yank Rachel's Peach Tree Blues you've got something wrong with your apparatus. This latest version by Ron of Fred McDowell's Red Cross Store is his best and the best anywhere, and Hacker's band's groove on Sonny Boy Williamson's Welfare Store is unparalleled.

That's Stranger Blues you're hearing (if your browser works like ours).

That band consists of Artis "A.J." Joyce on bass and Ronnie Smith on drums. That's all they need, that and the driving electric guitar of Ron Hacker. (


01 - 32-20 03:20

02 - Peach Tree Blues 02:50

03 - Stranger Blues 03:35

04 - Welfare Store 04:58

05 - Keep Your Hands Off Her 04:02

06 - Prison Mind 03:30

07 - Mailman Blues 04:00

08 - Almost Grown 03:07

09 - Broke And Hungry 04:57

10 - Red Cross Store 03:54

11 - Fool For Your Stockings 04:40

12 - Burnin' 02:50

Ron Hacker & The Hacksaws here:




Anonymous said...

Dead links. Please re-up this album. Thanks

SouthernBluesRock said...

links renewed

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