Magic Slim doesn’t just play the blues, he body slams his audiences with a vicious guitar attack that pins them to the floor. Then the rhythm section jumps in, whomping you with a brickwall backbeat Slim slings his stinging guitar solos against.Slim’s not one to sit on the back porch and moan. His blues are of the in-your-face variety. He’s a man with a plan: to get even, to get over, to get by. He delivers his ultimatums in a gravely roar that discourages any counterarguments. Siddown, shut up and listen- you might learn something. Slim’s 75-year-old voice creaks and cracks like an old saddle under his weight, – but it still holds up.
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La Futura, is their first new album in nine years.The legendary guitar band’s new album is their 15th studio LP, and has been produced by Rick Rubin and Billy Gibbons of the band. It is made up of 10 tracks and was recorded at Foam Box Recordings in Houston and at Shangri La Studios in Malibu.
During the mid and late 1990s, the Tractors, five Tulsa-based session musicians who seldom toured, enjoyed a platinum-studded run on the charts with their good-timey, groove-laden, rockabilly-injected, retro-country-rock sound. Without fanfare or a name change, the Tractors have more or less become the Tractor on this 2001 release, which is their/his first in nearly three […]
Jessy Carolina – Vocals, Washboard Jerron “Blind Boy” Paxton – Vocals, Piano, Banjo Jordan Hyde – Guitar Jay Sanford- Bass Mario J. Maggio – Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone Satoru Ohashi -Trumpet, Trombone FLAC + Covers | 281 MB | UJ | UL | TB