Eddy "The Chief" Clearwater - Reservation Blues album flac
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|1||Winds Of Change||4:54|
|2||I Wouldn't Lay My Guitar Down||4:26|
Harmonica – Carey Bell
|5||Walls Of Hate||3:56|
|9||Easy Is My Style||3:53|
|10||Everything To Gain||5:03|
|11||Sweet Little Rock And Roller||4:04|
- Recorded At – Lakewest Recording Studio
- Mixed At – Lakewest Recording Studio
- Mastered At – Electric Tommyland Studios
- Baritone Saxophone – Doug James
- Bass – John Packer (tracks: 1 to 7, 10), Patrick McKeever (tracks: 8, 9, 11)
- Design – Francisco Gonzalez
- Drums, Percussion – Jeff McAllister*
- Lead Guitar, Vocals – Eddy Clearwater
- Liner Notes – Michael McCall
- Mastered By – Tom Walsh
- Photography By – Robert Corwin
- Piano – Matt McCabe
- Producer – Duke Robillard, Eddy Clearwater
- Recorded By, Mixed By – John Paul Gauthier
- Rhythm Guitar – Duke Robillard
- Tenor Saxophone – Dennis Taylor
NotesRecorded and mixed at Lakewest Recording Studio, West Greenwich, Rhode Island.
Mastered at Electric Tommyland , Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 11661-9636-2 7
- Label Code: LC 4957
|11661-9636-2A||Eddy "The Chief" Clearwater*||I'll Never Lay My Guitar Down (CD, Album, Promo)||Bullseye Blues & Jazz||11661-9636-2A||US||2000|
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Edward Harrington (January 10, 1935 – June 1, 2018), better known by his stage name Eddy Clearwater, was an American blues musician who specialized in Chicago blues. Blues Revue said he plays joyous rave-up. e testifies with stunning soul fervor and powerful guitar. One of the blues’ finest songwriters. Harrington was born in Macon, Mississippi, on January 10, 1935. He was raised by his part-Cherokee grandmother in Mississippi. His family moved to Birmingham, Alabama, in 1948
Eddy Clearwater is equally talented as a bluish singer and as an improvising guitarist. On Reservation Blues, he ranges from Chicago blues to rock & roll, throwing in a couple instrumentals too. His repertoire includes both socially relevant lyrics and good-time music, featuring some of the latter when the former gets a bit too somber.
Album: Reservation Blues, 2000. From CD, Album ''Reservation Blues'' 2000 Lead Guitar, Vocals – Eddy Clearwater Rhythm Guitar – Duke Robillard Bass – John Packer , Patrick McKeever Tenor Saxophone – Dennis Taylor Baritone Saxophone – Doug James Piano – Matt McCabe Drums, Percussion – Jeff McAllister. Now playing: Portugal. The Man Feel It Still. Радио ХИТ. Natalie Imbruglia Torn.
Artist: Eddy "The Chief" Clearwater Album: Reservation Blues Genre: Blues, Chicago Blues Label: Bullseye Blues & Jazz Released: 2000 Quality: FLAC (image+. cue) Tracklist: Winds Of Change 4'54. I Wouldn't Lay My Guitar Down 4'26. Reservation Blues 6'14. Easy Is My Style 3'53.
Grammy-nominated Chicago blues legend Eddy The Chief Clearwater died of heart failure on Friday, June 1, in his hometown of Skokie, Illinois. The name Clear Waters morphed into Eddy Clearwater. He worked the Chicago club circuit steadily throughout the 1950s, 1960s and into the 1970s. He found huge success in the 1970s among the city’s college crowd, who responded to his individual brand of blues, his rock and roll spirit and his high energy stage show. Clearwater’s first full-length LP, 1980’s The Chief, was the initial release on Chicago’s Rooster Blues label, launching him onto the national and international blues scene. His 2003 album on Bullseye Blues, Rock ‘N’ Roll City, was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Traditional Blues Album. He released West Side Strut on Alligator in 2008 to both international popular and critical acclaim.
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