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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Jimmy Thackery & The Drivers 2002 We Got It

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:53:04
Size: 121,39 MB

United States

Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine

For his first album for Telarc, Jimmy Thackery -- backed by his band, the Drivers -- has come up with a near-tribute album to Eddie Hinton, covering eight of his songs on this 11-track set while offering three originals that illustrate the depth of his debt and love for the underappreciated singer/songwriter.

Hinton was one of the leading white Southern soul singer/songwriters of the '70s, '80s, and '90s, and Thackery learned a lot from him -- especially how R&B, blues, and rock could be seamlessly fused and that roots are as important as strong songwriting. Thackery turns up the volume a little bit more and rocks it hard, not just here but overall, but he can also convincingly deliver a slow-burner like "It's All Wrong but It's All Right," which is what makes We Got It so satisfying -- not just as a testament to Hinton, but as a strong Thackery record. It's a great way to begin his association with Telarc.


01 - My Searching Is Over 04:08

02 - I Still Want Want To Be Your Man 03:40

03 - It's All Wrong But It's All Right 06:32

04 - Where'd My Good Friend Go? 04:50

05 - We Got It 05:05

06 - Blues Dog Prowl 06:02

07 - Blues For Sale 04:33

08 - Dangerous Highway 05:01

09 - Super Lover 03:33

10 - Get Off In It 04:32

11 - Big Fat Woman 05:08

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