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Gary B.B. Coleman - Too Much Weekend (1992)

25-02-2016, 20:34
Blues | Soul

Title: Too Much Weekend
Year Of Release: 1992
Label: Ichiban Records
Genre: Blues Soul, Modern Electric Blues
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 39:17
Total Size: 108 MB

1. Too Much Weekend (6:09)
2. The Elk Slide (4:03)
3. The Sky is Crying (9:11)
4. Uncle Bud (3:55)
5. Welfare Cadillac (5:56)
6. Crosscut Saw (5:58)
7. Neckbone (4:10)

After a career as a local bluesman and blues promoter in Texas and Oklahoma, Gary Coleman found his niche when he signed over his first album, a self-produced outing originally issued on his own label, to the fledgling Ichiban company out of Atlanta in 1986. Since that time, both Coleman and Ichiban made their marks in the blues field -- not only did Coleman release half a dozen of his own albums, he also oversaw production of the bulk of Ichiban's hefty blues catalog, bringing to the studio a number of artists he'd booked or toured with in his previous career (Chick Willis, Buster Benton, and Blues Boy Willie, among others). A singer/guitarist onstage, Coleman often took on a multi-instrumentalist's role in the studio. His music remained true to the blues and to the King legacy saluted in his "B.B." moniker and in his acknowledged debt to fellow-Texan Freddie King.

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