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Talking with the Blues 01 - Good Whiskey Blues - Tennessee Vol.1 (1992)

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1 	–Doug Davis Band 	Down Don't Bother Me	3:50
Bass, Vocals – Marty Privette
Drums – David "Frankie" Toler
Guitar, Vocals – Doug Davis
Lead Guitar, Guitar Synthesizer – Dan Toler

2 	–Michael Henderson & The Bluebloods 	Ramblin' On My Mind	3:43
Bass – Glenn Worf
Drums – Glenn Worf
Lead Vocals, Guitar – Michael Henderson

3 	–Tombstone Bullets feat. Jimmy Hall 	Murdered By Love	4:11
Bass, Vocals – Marty Privette
Drums – David "Frankie" Toler
Guitar, Vocals – Doug Davis
Lead Guitar, Guitar Synthesizer – Dan Toler
Vocals – Jimmy Hall

4 	–Beat Daddys 	Livin' This Love	4:00
Bass, Vocals – Mark Mitchell
Drums – Kenny Vogelsang
Guitar, Vocals – Tommy Stillwell
Vocals, Harmonica [Harp], Guitar – Larry Grisham

5 	–Billy C. Farlow 	A Little Meat On The Side	3:14
Drums – Richard Carpenter 
Guitar, Organ [Hammond], Bass – Fred James
Harmonica, Vocals – Billy C. Farlow

6 	–Freddie & The Screamers 	Full Moon On Main Street	5:40
Bass – Jeff Davis
Drums – Chucki Burke
Guitar, Vocals – Fred James

7 	–Hypnotics 	Womanizer	3:56
Bass – Dean Goodsell
Drums, Percussion – Dave Gingold
Lead Guitar – Casey Lutton
Rhythm Guitar, Vocals – Richard Fleming

8 	–Zip Gibson 	Smoking Hookah Blues	3:56
Bass – John Goleman
Drums – Dave Kennedy
Guitar – Zip Gibson

9 	–Toler Brothers 	Goin' Down Slow	7:09
Bass, Vocals – Marty Privette
Drums – David "Frankie" Toler
Guitar, Vocals – Doug Davis 
Lead Guitar, Guitar Synthesizer – Dan Toler

10 	–Bleu Jackson 	Lightning	3:56
Acoustic Bass – Bob Kommersmith
Backing Vocals – Mary-Ann Brandon, Teree McCormick
Drums – Andy Arrow
Guitar, Organ [Hammond] – Fred James
Harmonica – Billy C. Farlow
Lead Guitar, Vocals – Bleu Jackson

11 	–Bleu Jackson 	You Left Your Mark On Me	3:36
Acoustic Bass – Bob Kommersmith
Backing Vocals – Mary-Ann Brandon, Teree McCormick
Drums – Andy Arrow
Guitar, Organ [Hammond] – Fred James
Harmonica – Billy C. Farlow
Lead Guitar, Vocals – Bleu Jackson

12 	–Jim Liban 	Skin Hunger		4:47
Bass – Gerry Barry
Drums – Steve Dougherty
Guitar – Larry Skoller
Vocals, Harmonica – Jim Liban

13 	–Mojo Men 	Midnight Drag	3:17
Acoustic Bass – Bob Kommersmith
Drums – Andy Arrow
Harmonica – Billy C. Farlow
Lead Guitar, Vocals – Bleu Jackson

14 	–Homesick James 	12 Year Old Boy		8:22
Bass – Doug Cook
Drums – Waldo Latowsky
Guitar – Casey Lutton
Slide Guitar, Vocals – Homesick James

15 	–Steddy Eddy 	Blue Train		4:33
Bass – Dave Seay
Drums, Percussion – Jack Costello
Guitar, Vocals – Tim Relleva
Lead Guitar – Dan Hinton

 

The concept of TALKING WITH THE BLUES is based on a view of the various US states as blues regions. Even casual blues listeners are familiar with the fact that there is Chicago Blues or Mississippi Blues and the gripping social history of the music is very much marked by its geography. But there is much more that just those two places and to this day blues music stays committed to local styles. Moreover, many US states are endowed with a unique cultural identity grown out of the prevailing social, historical and ethnic realities. Reflections of these specific identities are also expressed in the blues.

Contemporary American blues practice is not limited to just a handful of states and comes in many shapes and colors. Blues is part of everyday culture and people from all walks of life choose it as their favorite soundtrack for social activities. Blues culture can be found in many places, especially in the network-like multitude of bars, live music clubs and juke joints. These blues strongholds are mostly dominated by local heroes who do not lag behind when compared with the big names of the business. Many of these contemporary and still to be discovered artists are the cornerstones of this anthology.

The notion of a recurring blues renaissance in the US is misleading and deceptive inasmuch as the blues has never disappeared. The infrastructure of the blues scene is not based upon the music industry's PR efforts but kept alive by the inherent qualities of the music and the profound dedication of blues lovers all over the country. Good blues does not have an expiration date. Blues is soulful, emotional, direct and intense. The best of contemporary blues is blessed with the special kind of truthfulness that can turn the affairs of everyday life into something special. These are features which seem to have more or less disappeared from the world of modern pop music.

Neglecting the theoretical baggage of blues scholarship TAXIM aims at presenting an entertaining and regionally relevant cross-section of fine contemporary US blues like it is blossoming on the fringes of the music industry. So get ready for exceptional talent from a multitude of blues regions. TALKING WITH THE BLUES is about the special qualities that can still turn this music into a way of life. Put together with expertise and thought, these compilations feature artists who disprove the prejudiced notion of blues as a music paralyzed by cliches. The blues is alive and well. Not only in Texas, Chicago or Mississippi but everywhere from Shreveport to Milwaukee, from San Diego to Jersey City. Welcome aboard. ---jazznblues.club

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