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Foree 'Guitar' Wells & The Walnut Street Blues Band - It's A New Day, Brother (2006)

21-10-2013, 06:10
Music | Blues

Foree 'Guitar' Wells & The Walnut Street Blues Band - It's A New Day, Brother (2006)

Artist: Foree 'Guitar' Wells & The Walnut Street Blues Band
Title Of Album: It's A New Day, Brother
Year Of Release: 2006
Label: Stackhouse Recording Company
Genre: Blues, Memphis Blues
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 58:49 Min
Total Size: 144 Mb


1. It's A New Day, Brother!
2. Ain't No Fun When The Rabbit's Got The Gun
3. Hey Little Bluebird
4. Willie's Club
5. Stop My Drinking
6. Walkin' And Cryin' The Blues
7. Take Out Your False Teeth, Mama
8. Dice Game
9. Midnight Is Falling
10. Alley Whipping
11. Young Woman's Lemonade
12. Everybody Get Happy
13. Blues After Hours/Walnut Street After Midnight

Foree Wells (guitar)
Foree 'Guitar' Wells & Walnet Street Blues Band, Dennis Williams, Michael Wells (guitar)
Foree 'Guitar' Wells (organ)
Dennis Williams, Michael Wells (guitar)
Barrington 'Boogie' Morton (saxophone)
Gregg Wells (keyboards)
Paul Bennet, Donnie Bridges (bass instrument)
Mike Booker (tambourine)

Foree Wells traveled from Kentucky to Memphis to jam on Beale Street and play guitar on a Sun Records session with Rosco Gordon in the 1950s. Back home in Louisville, he emerged as the leading force on the local blues scene, mentoring a number of musicians including his three sons who worked with him in the Walnut Street Blues Band. Wells sported a guitar style influenced by Gatemouth Brown, B.B. King, Pee Wee Crayton, and Louisville’s Eggie Porter (guitarist on Hank Ballard and the Midnighters’ early sides). Those influences are evident on It’s a New Day, Brother!, along with tracks that dip into vintage Santana and Allman Brothers territory. This, Wells’ only album, was first scheduled for release on the Rooster Blues label but when Foree died in 1997 and the label changed hands, the CD remained unissued – until now. (A release was announced in 2001, and it was listed for sale by a number of dealers, but no CDs were ever manufactured by the new Rooster Blues ownership. At last, Stackhouse Recording Company is proud to release this historic CD, by arrangement with Rooster Blues and with the sponsorship of an organization that Foree Wells helped to found in Louisville, the Kentuckiana Blues Society.) The album's spark and originality stand as a tribute to an outstanding artist who would have been internationally recognized as a major blues talent had he lived to celebrate its release.

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nrwsps   User offline   4 November 2013 00:23

Thanks a lot. 1

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