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Thursday, February 14, 2013

Big Al Blake & The Hollywood Fats Band 1996 Mr. Blake's Blues

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:44:06
Size: 100,88 MB

United States

Blake conquers what few blues artists can do -- overload a listener with old blues styles, shaken and stirred with touches of the era he's living today. His originals serve as vignettes, taking these styles as a jumping-off point, then latching on modern themes such as escaping the formerly nicknamed Golden State, California, or his explanation for what creates the hot Santa Ana winds. These sessions also serve as a reunion of the Hollywood Fats Band with Fred Kaplan, Richard Innes, and Larry Taylor. Rounding out the lineup are two top-notch guitarists, Junior Watson and Kid Ramos, who work as team players, not as substitutes for Fats, who died at a young age.


Al Blake (vocals, guitar, electric guitar, harmonica)
Big Al Blake (guitar, harmonica)
Junior Watson, Kid Ramos (guitar)
Fred Kaplan (piano)
Richard Innes (drums)


01 - Old Time Boogie 02:57

02 - He Don't Love You 04:14

03 - Papa's Boogie 04:34

04 - Hoppin' Toad 04:05

05 - Shelby Ford Blues 03:41

06 - Leavin' California 04:00

07 - Rock Me Baby 03:25

08 - The Honeydripper 03:44

09 - Santa Ana's Blowin' 03:23

10 - Jalopy To Drive 03:09

11 - A Rambler & A Rollin' Stone 04:01

12 - Easy (Very Greasy) 02:53

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