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Monday, February 2, 2015

Byther Smith 2004 Hold That Train

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:04:21
Size: 147,28 MB

United States

I have to express my regret one more time for why such a great Bluesman as Byther Smith is getting so little acclaim when he deserves much, much more. This becomes obvious when listener dives into the Blues world of Byther Smith. Hold That Train is a good example. Recorded in 1981, this 15-track set delivers what is best in Delta rooted Chicago Blues. Dynamic guitar playing, slashing Delta style, clear and powerful vocals and overflowing emotion felt during the whole set - this is what the Blues is all about.

Every song, whether his original or well known classics like Willie Dixon's "300 Pounds Of Joy", Howlin' Wolf's "Killin' Floor" etc. becomes his songs. This is a sign of original artist which Byther Smith undoubtedly is.

Another great thing about Byther Smith is that listener does not become tired of his music, on the contrary, he gets pleasure from an hour to hour and asks for more. More than 60 minutes of raw Blues. Nobody can find a weak performance here. This is Byther Smith! (Dimitri)


01 - This Little Voice 03:21

02 - 300 Pounds Of Joy 04:06

03 - So Unhappy 04:30

04 - Tell Me How You Like It 04:16

05 - What My Mamma Told Me 04:17

06 - Hold That Train Conductor 05:28

07 - Mississippi Kid 03:41

08 - Come On In This House 05:06

09 - You Ought To Be Ashamed 03:43

10 - Walked All Night Long 04:09

11 - So Mean To Me 04:47

12 - Thrill Is Gone 04:20

13 - Close To You 04:04

14 - I Don't Like To Travel 04:54

15 - Killing Floor 03:39

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