Eddie Shaw - King Of The Road album flac
|A Hog And My Horn||1:50|
|I Dont Trust Nobody||2:57|
|Blues In My Bed||3:10|
|Blues Men Of Yesterday||2:14|
|When The Rabbit's Got The Gun||3:06|
|King Of The Road||3:47|
|It's All Right||2:37|
|Long Way From Home||5:13|
|Good Timin' Twins||4:18|
|Blues For The West Side||2:51|
|R7608||Eddie Shaw||King Of The Road (LP, Album)||Rooster Blues Records||R7608||US||1985|
|R7608, R 7608||Eddie Shaw||King Of The Road (LP, Album)||Double Trouble Records, Double Trouble Records||R7608, R 7608||Europe||1985|
Tracklist: 1. A Hog And My Horn, 2. Shaw Time, 3. I Dont Trust Nobody, 4. Blues In My Bed, 5. It Hurts, 6. Blues Men Of Yesterday, 7. Lookin’ Good, 8. When The Rabbit’s Got The Gun, 9. King Of The Road . Eddie’s Rock, 12. Long Way From Home, 13. Good Timin’ Twins, 14. Blues For The West Side.
From LP '' Movin' And Groovin' Man '' 1982 Vocals, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Harmonica – Eddie Shaw Guitar.
King of the Road is the sixth studio album from California stoner rock band Fu Manchu and was released in 2000. The Japanese and European release features the track "Breathing Fire" in place of "Drive". Breathing fire" was on the demo version of the record which was sent to radio stations, clubs and fans. Hell on Wheels" - 4:48. Over the Edge" - 5:01. King of the Road" - 4:03. Blue Tile Fever" - 5:30. Grasschopper" - 3:51.
Eddie Shaw (March 20, 1937 – January 29, 2018) was an American Chicago blues tenor saxophonist, arranger and bandleader. He led Howlin' Wolf's band, the Wolf Gang, from 1972, both before Wolf's death in 1976 and subsequently. Shaw was born in Stringtown, Mississippi. In his teenage years, Shaw played tenor saxophone with local blues musicians, such as Little Milton and Willie Love. At the age of 14, he played in a jam session in Greenville, Mississippi, with Ike Turner's band.
The Beatles The British Invasion & Blues Musicians in America. Queen - The Show Must Go On (Official Video). Eddie Shaw and Jackie Scott Presents The 757 All Star Blues Project MVI 0456. Jackie Scott and The Housewreckers Featuring Eddie Shaw w/Bobby BlackHat Walters- "Shake It Baby". Born in Chicago, Illinois, he is the son of Bertha Shaw and saxophonist Eddie Shaw, and cousin of the late soul singers Sam Cooke and Tyrone Davis. Black Magic (Magic Sam album). Black MagicBlack Magic'' (Magic Sam album).
EDDIE SHAW AND THE WOLF GANG: EDDIE SHAW, Saxophone and Vocals HUBERT SUMLIN, Guitar JOHNNY BIG MOOSE WALKER, Keyboards LAFAYETTE SHORTY GILBERT, Bass CHICO CHISM, Drums. LEFT HAND FRANK AND HIS BLUES BAND: FRANK CRAIG, Guitar And Vocals DIMESTORE FRED, Harmonica POCKETWATCH PAUL, Rhythm Guitar BOB STROGER, Bass ODIE PAYNE, J. Drums. Eddie and his close companion Oliver Sain were just two of the many blues and jazz horn players to come from Coleman High School. They joined other formally trained musicians in Greenville’s sophisticated, urban jump-blues bands, which featured-four and five-man horn sections. Frank recorded, as a bass player, on an Eddie King single in 1960 and on later sessions behind Morris Pejoe, Little Eddie Newell, and Willie Williams.
Saxophonist Eddie Shaw moved to Chicago in the late 50s to play in Muddy Waters's band, and in the years that followed he worked with Freddie King, Otis Rush, and Magic Sam, among others-he appears on Sam's LP Black Magic, recorded in 1968. But Shaw's connection with Howlin' Wolf has earned him his most lasting fame: from 1972 until Wolf's death in '76 he was the big man's bandleader, and he's kept the group going steadily ever since, billing it as the Wolf Gang. But at his best-on his cover of the Little Milton hit "Your Wife Is Cheating on Us," for instance-his shrieks and squawks season instead of smother his burnished soloing, and he pulls off a witty fusion of suave R & B and gutbucket blues funk.
Shaw was born March 20, 1937, in Benoit, Mississippi, and grew up in nearby Greenville, where his adolescent friends included a number of musicians who would one day become fellow Chicago bluesmen, such as Little Milton Campbell, Left Hand Frank Craig, Johnny Big Moose Walker and . He and his close companion Oliver Sain were just two of the many blues and jazz horn players to come from Coleman High School. Waters hired him on the spot and Eddie arrived in Chicago as a member of the top band in town. The Chicago bands of Waters and Howlin' Wolf were built around amplified country blues, and Shaw found that he had to play differently in Chicago from the way he had in Mississippi. His debut album, Have Blues, Will Travel, was released in 1977 on the Simmons label and later reissued by Rooster Blues.
Eddie Shaw's own solo recording career finally took off during the late '70s, with a standout appearance on Alligator's Living Chicago Blues, Vol. 1 anthology in 1978, followed by his own LPs for Simmons, Rooster Blues (In the Land of the Crossroads), and the Austrian Wolf imprint, for whom he recorded from the '90s into the. 21st century with albums such as Home Alone (1995), The Blues Is Nothing But Good News! (1996), Too Many Highways (1999), and Give Me Time (2005). Shaw's lead guitar-playing son Eddie, Jr. - aka Vaan Shaw - became a member of his father's.