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Saturday, November 8, 2014

L. A. Jones & The Blues Messengers 2002 Birthday Suit

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:51:27
Size: 117,79 MB

United States

His fiery guitar sizzles through this set of originals, plus two classic tunes. It's the traditional spirit of The Blues Messengers that makes their latest album stand out. "How Blue Can You Get" oozes that feeling you want when you put on the blues. With horns and rhythm L.A. Jones sings the tale of woe convincingly and drives the message home with his blazing axe. "Got My Ax to Grind" turns up the heat with a rock 'n' roll attitude, while several numbers loll in deep-fried Mississippi Delta heaven. When Jones interprets a lyric, it's with powerful punctuation from his guitar.

With Magic Dave Therault filling in on harp, upright bassist Rick Reed, pianist Benny Yee and drummer Hank Deluxe providing a solid foundation, and the talented Martin brothers, Andy, Scott and Stan adding horn arrangements, Jones has the cast he needs for lighting it up. His guitar reveals an expressive side on "Birthday Suit," an original whose lyrics contain remarkable double-entendre sidebars. The combination of Jones' fresh story, his vocal-like guitar phrasing, and Yee's moody organ solo makes this title track memorable. It's the kind of mood you carry around with you all day long. (Jim Santella, Southland Blues, May 2002)


01 - She Can't Not Be Satisfied 03:58

02 - Got My Ax To Grind 04:13

03 - The Blues Is Brewing 04:22

04 - How Blue Can You Get 08:09

05 - Smokin' Drinkin' Woman 03:49

06 - Birthday Suit 08:43

07 - Off The Edge Of The Earth 03:43

08 - I Got A Rap Sheet On You 04:34

09 - Tumblin Tumbleweed 05:54

10 - Little Queen Of Hearts 04:02

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