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Tony Joe White – Best Of (1993)

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Tony Joe White – Best Of (1993)


01 - Polk Salad Annie
02 - Soul Fransisco
03 - Willie And Laura Mae Jones
04 - Rainy Night In Georgia
05 - Roosevelt And Ira Lee (Night Of The Mossacin)
06 - Stockholm Blues
07 - High Sheriff Of Calhoun Parrish
08 - Old Man Willis
09 - The Train I'm On
10 - If I Ever Saw A Good Thing
11 - As The Crow Flies
12 - Even Trolls Love Rock And Roll
13 - Backwoods Preacher Man
14 - Takin' The Midnight Train
15 - Did Somebody Make A Fool Out Of You
16 - They Caught The Devil And Put Him In Jail In Eudora, Arkansas
17 - Saturday Night In Oak Grove, Louisiana
18 - I've Got A Thing About You Baby
19 - For Ol' Times Sake
20 - Ol' Mother Earth

Personnel
Kenny Malone - Drums
Jerry Masters - Vocals (Background)
Tommy McClure - Bass
James Milhart - Drums
James Mitchell - Sax (Baritone), Baritone
Norbert Putnam - Bass
Donna Rhodes - Vocals (Background)
Sandy Rhoads - Vocals (Background)
Sandra Rhodes - Vocals (Background)
George Soulé - Vocals (Background)
Mike Utley - Organ
Terry Woodford - Vocals (Background)
Reggie Young - Guitar
Jeri Heiden - Art Direction
Louis Collins - Tenor (Vocal)
Robert McGuffie - Bass
REY International - Design
David Briggs - Organ, Keyboards, Piano
Ronnie Barron - Organ, Conga, Piano (Electric), Vibraphone
Billy Swan - Producer
Tony Joe White - Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals, Producer, Main Performer
Tippy Armstrong - Guitar (Acoustic)

 

Twenty tracks from 1969-1973, the period of Tony Joe White's greatest success, including "Polk Salad Annie" and White's own version of his composition "Rainy Night in Georgia." Most of this is quality swamp rock with pop-soul-conscious production; on cuts like "High Sheriff of Calhoun Parrish," it sounds very much like he was trying to achieve a groove in the mold of Bobbie Joe Gentry's "Ode to Billie Joe." Sometimes he gets real down-home in a stomping backwoods blues style that makes him sound a little like a White counterpart to John Lee Hooker, as on "Stockholm Blues." If there's any criticism to be levied against this music, it's in its occasional lack of variety, White mining staple swamp rock boogie riffs for all they're worth. However, few, if any, performers and writers were as skilled as White in doing so, and he has a fine knack for sharp storytelling lyrics. ---Richie Unterberger, Rovi

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