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lunes, 4 de julio de 2016

Pinetop Perkins • After Hours

Review by Niles J. Frantz
Easy-grooving blues and boogie is backed by the competent New York City-based blues band Little Mike and the Tornadoes. Though Perkins followed Otis Spann as the piano player in the Muddy Waters band, these are the first domestically available recordings under his own name.

From Wikipedia
After Hours is the debut solo-album of the blues piano master Pinetop Perkins. He is backed by the New York-based blues band, Little Mike and the Tornadoes, using the classic Chicago blues approach. Released in 1988 by Blind Pig Records, the album, produced by Edward Chmelewski and Jerry Del Giudice, features 12 songs, including blues standards and original material. The album was recorded in New York City at Chelsea Sound by Natasha Turner.

Got My Mojo Working - Preston Foster (3:45)
After Hours - Avery Parrish (4:08)
The Hucklebuck - Paul Williams (2:54)
Sit in the Easy Chair - Pinetop Perkins (4:20)
Thinks Like a Million - Pinetop Perkins (3:23)
Chicken Shack - Jimmy Smith (3:43)
Hoochie Coochie Man - Willie Dixon (4:47)
Yancey Special - Jimmy Yancey (3:05)
Every Day I Have the Blues - Peter Chapman[sic][2] (3:26)
Anna Lee - Robert Nighthawk (4:29)
You Don't Have to Go - Jimmy Reed (4:09)
Pinetop's Boogie Woogie - Pinetop Smith (3:15)

Pinetop Perkins, piano and vocals
Little Mike, Wang harmonica
Brad Vickers, bass
Tony O, guitar
Pete DeCosta, drums
Ronnie Earl, guitar on You Don't Have to Go

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