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Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Okie Dokie Stomp (1982)

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Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Okie Dokie Stomp (1982)

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1 Stranded 03:53
2 Frosty 03:47
3 I Feel Alright Again 02:33
4 Sunrise Cajun Style 03:54
5 Sometimes I Slip 06:32
6 One More Mile 04:15
7 The Drifter 10:04
8 Real Life 03:52
9 Okie Dokie Stomp 04:10
10 Information Blues 03:23
11 Gate Walks to Board 03:58
12 Dollar Got the Blues 04:39
Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown (vocals, guitar, violin, fiddle); Luther Wamble (guitar); Bill "Foots" Samuel (saxophone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone); Dennis Taylor, Homer Brown, Alvin "Red" Tyler (tenor saxophone); Joe Sunseri (baritone saxophone); Terry Tullos, Mark Wells, Stanton Davis, Jr., Bobby Campo (trumpet); Ernie Gautreau (trombone, valve trombone); Jim McMillen (trombone); Lawrence Sieberth, Lewis Stephens, Craig Wroten (piano); Dan Matrazzo (keyboards); Robert Shipley, Lloyd Herrman (drums).


Here's one for you: How many ways can you slice and dice a bluesman's catalog? Rounder already has Texas Swing, a generous 17-song (out of 20) sampling of Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown's two early-1980s gems Alright Again! and One More Mile--and both original albums are still available. Now they've shaved the running time (and the price accordingly) to give listeners yet another, more-affordable option. The real attraction here, however, is the addition of three smoking live cuts: two from 1985's Real Life (also available in its entirety) and one 10-minute romp through "The Drifter," recorded in 1982 and issued on the obscure 1992 compilation Strike a Deep Chord: Blues Guitar for the Homeless. Truth is, you can't really go wrong with any of these options, for Brown's assured vocals and razor-sharp guitar (and occasional fiddle or harp) always impress, whether on slow and gritty 12-bars, horn-fueled jump, or fleet-fingered swing. ---Marc Greilsamer, Editorial Review

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