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Steve 'Big Man' Clayton - Goin' Back To Birmingham (2007)

13-09-2015, 09:49
Music | Blues | Rock

Steve 'Big Man' Clayton - Goin' Back To Birmingham (2007)

Artist: Steve 'Big Man' Clayton
Title Of Album: Goin' Back To Birmingham
Year Of Release: 2007
Label: Stormy Monday Records
Genre: Blues, Piano Blues
Format: Mp3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 44:39 Min
Total Size: 108 Mb


1. Where Did You Stay Last Night
2. You Exaperate Me Baby
3. Make You Mine
4. My Friend
5. The Damdest Thing
6. Boogie In The Bam
7. Goin´ Back To Birmingham
8. Lord I Wonder
9. C´man Boogie
10. Set My Spirit Free
11. Midnight Baby

Steve Clayton was born in Birmingham, England, on September 1st 1962. He began to show an interest in music at the age of 10. This prompted his parents to buy an old upright piano and they promptly shipped him off for weekly piano lessons, which he would keep up for the next 5 years.

Towards the end of his music lessons, his music teacher composed a blues for him to learn. The different tones and rhythms were something totally new to somebody learning the classics. This new found music had an enormous effect on him; the record collection mounted, spending all his pocket money on records by Cow Cow Davenport, Albert Ammons and Memphis Slim, to name only a few. His time was spent at the piano, trying to reproduce the sounds he was hearing. It didn’t take long for Clayton to find his way into his first blues band after leaving school, and he would spend the next few years learning his craft in numerous local bands, being hailed as "The Ivory Maradona“ and "The Big Man of Boogie Woogie“. The "Big Man“ was requested to back visiting U.S. artists like Louisiana Red, Shuggy Otis and Carey Bell, he toured Europe with them, he learnt from them.

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