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Hoodoo Rhythm Devils - Best Of The Hoodoo Rhythm Devils (2000/2008)

24-05-2014, 05:47
Music | Blues | Soul | Funk

Hoodoo Rhythm Devils - Best Of The Hoodoo Rhythm Devils (2000/2008)

Artist: Hoodoo Rhythm Devils
Title Of Album: Best Of The Hoodoo Rhythm Devils
Year Of Release: 2000/2008
Label: Gazebertz Recordz
Genre: Blues, Electric Blues, Funk, Soul
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 54:11 Min
Total Size: 134 Mb


1. Safecracker
2. Too Hot To Handle
3. All Tore Down
4. Crazy 'bout The Ladies
5. Greenlight
6. Lotta Fine Mama
7. Bullfrog Holler
8. Gypsy Fly
9. Louisiana Line
10. Get You Somebody New
11. Four Set Blues
12. You Can't Fool Me
13. Milltown Gambler
14. Snake Doctor
15. Safe In Their Homes

The Hoodoo Rhythm Devils formed in late 1969 at Funky Features, Jack Leahy's legendary recording studio in the famous Haight Ashbury district of San Francisco, California. Joe Crane and John Rewind had written a few songs and had recorded some home demos themselves. Jack Leahy said that they should do some better recordings of the songs, and the band was born. Jack also needed some guinea pigs for his new studio. There were some songs recorded that have never seen the light of day (and probably never will) called "BabyLou", "Dirty Old Man", "Money Back Guarantee", and "Try To Find A Reason". At the beginning they had a few different bass players - Lee Humphries, Richard Wilkins, and then finally acquired Richard "Dexter C. Plates" Greene (Roberta Flack, currently with The Bobs). There were a few different drummer too-Richard Cram, David Pepke, finally getting Glenn Walters, an old friend of Rewind's from Kansas City, who was living in Pacific Grove, CA, after having been abandoned by The Emeralds, a band from KC that Glenn was touring with. With Glenn now on drums, the Hoodoos recorded for months, dozens of songs, and came up with their first album's worth of material for Capitol Records. Joe and Glenn were like twin brothers raised by different families.They did a local EP that included every bar band's national anthem ,"Four Set Blues". A San Francisco DJ named Michael Sunday heard the band, became involved, and got them that first deal at Capitol as the executive producer. They thought they had died and gone to heaven being on Capitol, since they had drooled over that logo since they were kids. Now, that was The Big-Time!

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