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Chris Rea - Electric Memphis Blues (2005)

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Chris Rea - Electric Memphis Blues (2005)

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4-01 	Electric Guitar 	4:42
4-02 	Electric Memphis Blue 	4:15
4-03 	All Night Long 	4:11
4-04 	Born Bad 	3:46
4-05 	Let's Start Again 	3:52
4-06 	What I'm Looking For 	4:26
4-07 	Rules Of Love 	3:12
4-08 	What You Done To Me 	3:28
4-09 	Hobo Love Blues 	3:38
4-10 	Pass Me By 	3:06
4-11 	The Soul Of My Father's Shadow 	3:52
4-12 	My Blue World Says Hello 	4:06

Accordion – Ed Hession
Banjo – Gerry O'Connor
Bass – Sylvin Marc
Drums – Martin Ditcham
Guitar – Robert Ahwai
Producer – Andy Wilman, Chris Rea

 

A strain of country blues all its own, Memphis Blues gives the rise of two distinct forms: the jug band (playing and singing a humorous, jazz-style of blues played on homemade instruments) and the beginnings of assigning parts to guitarists for solo (lead) and rhythm, a tradition that is now part and parcel of all modern day blues -- and rock & roll -- bands. The earliest version of the genre was heavily tied to the local medicine show and vaudeville traditions, lasting well into the late '30s. The later, post-World War II version of this genre featured explosive, distorted electric guitar work, thunderous drumming, and fierce, declamatory vocals. ---allmusic.com

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