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  • Performer: A.C. Reed And His Spark Plugs
  • Album: Take These Blues And Shove 'Em!
  • FLAC: 1593 mb | MP3: 1912 mb
  • Released: 1985
  • Country: US
  • Style: Chicago Blues, Rhythm & Blues, Funk
  • Rating: 4.7/5
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A.C. Reed And His Spark Plugs - Take These Blues And Shove 'Em! album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Things That Get Me Off
Written-By – Aaron Corthen
3:48
A2 I Stay Mad
Written-By – Aaron Corthen
3:50
A3 I Got The Blues
Written-By – Aaron Corthen
4:43
A4 I'm A Jealous Man
Written-By – Aaron Corthen
2:40
B1 I'm Fed Up With This Music
Written-By – Aaron Corthen
5:03
B2 My Baby Is Fine
Written-By – Corthen*, Colbert*, Neal*
4:45
B3 Howlin' For My Darlin'
Written-By – Chester Burnett, Willie Dixon
3:15
B4 Lotta Lovin'
Written-By – Aaron Corthen
3:52

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – P.S. Recording Studios
  • Recorded At – Hedden West Studios

Credits

  • Bass – Johnny B. Gayden*
  • Drums – Casey Jones
  • Guitar – Larry Burton, Marvin Jackson, Phil Guy (tracks: A3), William "Doug" McDonald* (tracks: A1)
  • Guitar [Solo] – Lurrie Bell (tracks: A3)
  • Harmonica – Billy Branch (tracks: A2, A4, B2, B4)
  • Piano – Allen Batts
  • Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Carl Snyder
  • Producer – A.C. Reed, Casey Jones
  • Tenor Saxophone – A.C. Reed
  • Vocals – A.C. Reed, Casey Jones (tracks: B2)

Notes

Recorded at PS Studio, Chicago, and Hedden West Studios Schaumburg, Illinois
(Original Released as Ice Cube LP IC 1057)

℗ © 1982 Ice Cube Records (on Medium)
℗ © 1985 Rooster Blues Records (on Sleeve)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
IC 1057 A.C. Reed And His Spark Plugs Take These Blues And Shove 'Em! ‎(LP) Ice Cube Records IC 1057 US 1982
LA25-5005 A.C. Reed And His Spark Plugs Take These Blues And Shove 'Em! ‎(LP, RE) Atlas Record LA25-5005 Japan 1985


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These Blues Is Killing Me - 3:08 08. Miami Strut - 2:57 09. The Things I Want You To Do - 3:37 1. Reed and Big Wheeler - Vol. 14-Chicago Blues Sessions (1989).

I corrected the other version of this LP R7606 to read "Take These Blues And Shove 'Em". I believe this version needs to be corrected also. I do not have this copy in front of me so I'll leave that to someone who does.

Reed And His Spark Plugs ‎– Take These Blues And Shove 'Em! Genre: Blues. I corrected the other version of this LP R7606 to read "Take These Blues And Shove 'Em".

REED & HIS SPARK PLUGS: Take These Blues and Shove 'Em (Ice Cube) The crudest blues album anybody's made on purpose since Hound Dog Taylor died allows this saxophone player to sing-about needing a day job. Unlike his sometime leader Albert Collins, Reed doesn't stand a chance of knocking you over with his chops, which he knows. Unlike his noncousin Jimmy (whose tunes and harp parts he's wont to lift), he's far from certain to win you over with his slurs, either. This he may not know.

Reed 1982 - Take These Blues And Shove 'Em . Reed And His Spark Plugs - Take These Blues And Shove 'Em - 05 - I Am Fed Up With This. Reed - My Buddy Buddy Friends. Reed - These Blues Is Killing M. p3. 1998 - Chicago Blues Session Vol 14 (& Big Wheeler). 09. What's On Your Mind.

Take These Blues and Shove 'Em. . Reed & His Spark Plugs. Living Chicago Blues, Vol. 3. Performer, Primary Artist.

Today, А. С Reed fronts his own band, the " Spark Plugs", and has recorded albums for Ice Cube, Blue Pheonix, Alligator and Austrian EMI, together with the Mojo Blues Band of Vienna. Besides being a very nice person, A. C. shines through his own humorous compositions, always performed with feeling and dedication, some of which you can hear on this compact disc. Enjoy! BLUES PATH OF BIG WHEELER Place of birth: Beaconton. A. Reed & Big Wheeler (1989): .

Take These Chains from My Heart" is a song by Hank Williams. It was written by Fred Rose and Hy Heath and was recorded at Williams' final recording session on September 23, 1952, in Nashville. It was one of the very few songs that sounded somewhat similar to a Hank Williams song.