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Freddie & The Screamers - I Ain't Crazy (2011)

19-08-2015, 10:10
Music | Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Freddie & The Screamers - I Ain't Crazy (2011)

Artist: Freddie & The Screamers
Title Of Album: I Ain't Crazy
Year Of Release: 2011
Label: Bluesland
Genre: Blues, Electric Blues
Format: Mp3 | APE
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 50:54 Min
Total Size: 131 Mb | 349 Mb (covers)


1. Why Baby
2. I Ain't Crazy
3. A Pretty Short Ride
4. Her Love Is Killing Me
5. Rock My World
6. Don't Mess With Me Baby
7. I'm Looking For A Woman
8. Get That Feeling
9. Instant Love
10. It's A Jungle Out There
11. Pissin' Up A Rope
12. Your Butt's Too Big
13. Stone Blues
14. Wrong Five O'clock

Twenty years ago Fred James had written a few songs recorded by Blues artists like Johnny Winter and The Kinsey Report. He met Richard Carpenter who shared a love of Roots Rock, Soul Music and the Blues. They wrote songs recorded by Koko Taylor, Sam Lay, Lonnie Brooks, Son Seals, and Charlie Musselwhite. Richard was a great drummer and Fred played guitar and sang. Needing a bass player, they settled on Jeff Davis, founding member of The Amazing Rhythm Aces, and put together a package show, spending the next few years touring relentlessly and recording four album. By the mid 90s, Fred retired the Screamers, did a few solo albums, played with Tommy Tutone and the reunited Amazing Rhythm Aces. He lost track of Richard Carpenter until 2007. What better excuse than a Screamers reunion? After a gig in 2008 at the Arkansas Blues & Heritage Festival (aka The King Biscuit Blues Fest), they went into the studio to record new material. This is the result. It ain't nothin' fancy, just good, greasy, Tennessee R&B. Freddie & The Screamers are back with the back beat.

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