R.L. Burnside & The Sound Machine - Raw Electric: 1979 - 1980 (2001)
Artist: R.L. Burnside & The Sound Machine
Title Of Album: Raw Electric: 1979 - 1980
Year Of Release: 2001
Label: Inside Sounds
Genre: Modern Electric Delta Blues, Country Blues
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Total Time: 00:57:45
Total Size: 281 mb
01 - My Woman Done Left Me
02 - You Don't Love Me
03 - Dust My Broom
04 - Pretty Woman
05 - Last Night (I Lost The Best Friend I Ever Had)
06 - Slippin' And Slidin'
07 - Going Down South
08 - Rolling And Tumbling
09 - How Many More Years
10 - Well, Well, Well
11 - Leave Me And My Woman Alone (Friend Of Mine)
12 - My Baby Caught The Train (Who's Been Talkin')
13 - Scrambling For My Shoes (Walking Blues)
14 - Sitting On Top Of The World
15 - Searching For My Baby
16 - Going Away, Baby
17 - Jumper Hanging Out On The Line
R.L. Burnside - Vocal (Tracks 1, 3-5 7-13 15-17) Guitar (3-9, 13-14, 16-17)
Joseph Burnside - Guitar (Tracks 1-6, 10-12, 15)
Daniel Burnside - Guitar (1-3, 6, 10-12, 15)
Calvin Jackson - Drums (1-8, 10-12, 14-17)
Duwayne Burnside - Drums (Track 13)
Robert Avant - Vocal and Guitar (Track 8)
Tracks 1-12 recorded at R.L. Burnside's home near Independence, Mississippi, USA
Tracks 1 and 2 on August 1, 1979 / Tracks 3-12 August 25, 1979.
Track 13 recorded at Cordova, Tennessee, February 14, 1980.
Tracks 14-16 recorded at the Center of Southern Folklore, Memphis, TN, on July 22, 1980.
Track 17 recorded at the University of Memphis, August 15, 1980.
David Evans recorded Burnside вЂ“ still well before he was famous -- with his family band, The Sound Machine (Joseph and Daniel Burnside on guitars; on drums, Duwayne Burnside for one track, R.L.'s former son-in-law, Calvin Jackson, elsewhere) for High Water Recording Company, a division of the University of Memphis, for "programs in Commercial Music and Ethnomusicology (Regional Studies)." Mostly recorded at R.L.'s home in August 1979, this documents the sound of the group he used to play at juke joints, for dancing. Besides several of R.L.'s signature tunes, there are Delta standards ("Dust My Broom," "Rolling and Tumbling," "Walking Blues," "Sitting on Top of the World") Chicago blues standards by men from the Delta (Howlin' Wolf, Little Walter, Jimmy Rogers), and soul covers. The band's rambling grooves are powerfully irresistible. Another Evans-recorded album from the same time period, Sound Machine Groove, includes some of the group's disco-tinged efforts.
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