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28.6.12

Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings



Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings - Double Bill (2CD) - 2001 - Ripple Records

"Former Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman continues to spearhead his exploration of the abundant legacy of R&B, recording inspired interpretations of R&B classics spanning the 20th century while introducing several new compositions" - Goldmine Magazine.

Great collection of old R&B, pop and early rock standards from Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings, a blues-rock band founded and led by former Rolling Stones bass guitarist Bill Wyman, together with his lifelong musical partner Terry Taylor. The "Dirty Boys" duo produce, arrange and compose original material for the award winning band. The Rhythm Kings are well known for their great live touring performances throughout Europe and the United Kingdom. The album features six brand new compositions as well as some old favourites. Bill Wyman has explained that "The whole idea behind the band was to play music that we love, and I think you can hear and feel that on our records. It's also great to work with people I've known for many years. I hope that when you listen to Double Bill you will feel the rapport that we have." This double album features star-studded performances from Bill Wyman and his all-star cast of musicians which includes Andy Fairweather Low, Tommy Emmanuel, George Harrison, Chris Rea, Albert Lee, Gary Brooker, Georgie Fame, the great vocalist Miss Beverley Skeete, and many more. Listen to the band's "Struttin' Our Stuff" album. [All tracks @ 320 Kbps: 2 X rar files: Pt. 1 (Disc One) = 121 Mb, & Pt.2 (Disc Two) = 96.4 Mb]

TRACKS / COMPOSERS

DISC ONE

1. LONG WALK TO DC (BANKS / THOMAS)
2. HOT FOOT BLUES (BENNO / BENNO)
3. HIT THAT JIVE JACK (ALSTON / TOLBERT)
4. LOVE LETTERS (HEYMAN/ YOUNG)
5. LOVE'S DOWN THE DRAIN (MUSIC:WYMAN / TAYLOR — LYRICS:WYMAN)
6. I CAN'T DANCE (WILLIAMS / GAINS)
7. MEDLEY: SNAP YOU FINGERS/ WHAT A FRIEND WE HAVE IN JESUS (MARTIN / ZANETIS)
8. GET IN THE KITCHEN (MUSIC:WYMAN/ TAYLOR — LYRICS:WYMAN)
9. BOOGIE WOOGIE ALL NIGHT LONG (LOUIS JORDAN)
10. MEDLEY: DO YOU OR DON'T YOU/ I WANNA KNOW (LUTCHER / FAME)
11. TRUST IN ME (AGER / SCHWARTZ)
12. TURN ON YOUR LOVELIGHT (MALONE / SCOTT)

DISC TWO

1. THE JOINT IS JUMPING (RAZAF / WALLER / JOHNSON)
2. BROWNSKIN GIRL (MUSIC:WYMAN / TAYLOR — LYRICSrWYMAN)
3. TIRED & SLEEPY (E&H COCHRAN / CAPEHEART)
4. LONELY BLUE BOY (WEISMAN/WISE)
5. BYE BYE BLUES (HAMM / BENNETT / LOWN / GRAY)
6. WHERE'S THE MONEY (DAN HICKS)
7. JELLYROLL FOOL (MUSIC:WYMAN/ TAYLOR — LYRICS:WYMAN)
8. JEALOUS GIRL (TRAD. ARR WYMAN / TAYLOR)
9. MY HANDY MAN (RAZAF / BLAKE)
10. ROLLIN' & STUMBLIN' (MUSIC:WYMAN/ TAYLOR — LYRICSiWYMAN)
11. KEEP ON TRUCKIN' (MUSIC:WYMAN/ TAYLOR — LYRICSiWYMAN)
12. BREAKIN' UP THE HOUSE (MANN / GLOVER)

MUSICIANS

Andy Fairweather Low - Guitar, National Steel Guitar, Vocals, Backing Vocals
Terry Taylor - Acoustic Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Slide Guitar, Backing Vocals
Tommy Emmanuel - Lead Guitar, Slide Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Tremolo Guitar
George Harrison, Chris Rea - Slide Guitar
Martin Taylor - Lead Guitar, Mandolin
Albert Lee - Lead Guitar, Vocals
Bill Wyman - Bass, Vocals, Backing Vocals
Gary Brooker - Piano, Vocals, Backing Vocals
David Hartley - Piano
Georgie Fame - Organ, Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals
Graham Broad - Drums, Percussion
Frank Ricotti, Martin Ditcham, Ray Cooper - Percussion
Andy Macintosh, Derek Watkins, Nick Pentelow, Pete Beachill - Horns
Nick Payn - Saxophone, Horn, Harmonica
Frank Mead - Saxophone, Horn
Geoff Grange - Harmonica
Adrian Byron Burns - Lead Vocals
Beverley Skeete, Sara Skeete, Anita Kelsey - Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals
Sonia Jones, Keeley Coburn, Melanie Redmond, Janice Hoyte, Keely Smith, Zoe Nicholas - Backing Vocals

5 comments:

A.O.O.F.C said...

LINK Pt. 1
LINK Pt. 2

p/w is aoofc

ratso said...

Thanks for this one Mr Fingal. Good to see the boys are still rocking solid...

A.O.O.F.C said...

G'day, ratso! It's a good one. The older the fiddle, the sweeter the tune! TVM & TTU soon...P

Anonymous said...

Interesting that blues struck such deep roots in England. So many fine blues musicians. Thanks very much for the chance to hear this!

A.O.O.F.C said...

Thanks,A. Thanks for comment. Keep in touch