Rate: 256 kbps CBR / 44100
Size: 71,39 MB
Review by Richard Foss
If you're seeking a joyous blast of Chicago blues, you need look no further. This album of energetic party music is the best-sounding album from Duke Tumatoe, thanks to the meticulous production of John Fogerty, who saw them in a bar and decided to produce their major-label debut.
I Like My Job! crackles with energy from the opening notes of the cheerful "Get Loose." Recording live was a smart move, since the audience response to songs like "If I Hadn't Been High" and "More Love, More Money" makes both vastly better than any studio take. This is doubly true for the salacious "Tie You Up," as seductive a song about bondage play ever written -- at least, up to the point where Tumatoe is raving about using garbanzo beans and croutons as sex toys. This inspired silliness holds from end to end and makes this a must-have album for anyone who likes their blues spiced with more than a dash of humor.
01 - Get Loose 04:34
02 - Shakey Ground 03:56
03 - If I Hadn't Been High 07:26
04 - Bar-B-Que 04:48
05 - Tie You Up 04:49
06 - More Love, More Money 05:31
07 - Can't Judge A Book 03:54
08 - Sweet Home Chicago 04:03
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