Monday, September 28, 2009

Tribute To Bluesman Jimmy REED 2007 (Avi)

Tribute To Bluesman Jimmy Reed 2007 (Avi)
Austin City Limits.


Joined by blues luminaries James Cotton, Delbert McClinton, Lou Ann Barton and others, guitarist Jimmie Vaughan pays tribute to Jimmy Reed, composer of blues classics Ain't That Lovin' You Baby," "Big Boss Man" and "Baby What You Want Me to Do.
Omar Kent Dykes of Omar & the Howlers teams up with Fabulous Thunderbirds axeman Jimmie Vaughan on this tribute to blues giant Jimmy Reed. Dykes's thick, deliciously deep, Howlin' Wolf-like tones and Vaughan's spare, visceral style prove to be the perfect match for this batch of classics from the Reed catalogue. Dykes and Vaughan don't try to reinvent the wheel; they stick pretty close to the raw, shuffling sound of the original recordings, but never in a slavishly imitative way. Stellar guests like James Cotton and Delbert McClinton sweeten the pot even further.
Omar Kent Dykes– Vocals
Jimmie Vaughan– Guitar, Vocals
Kim Wilson– Harmonica, Vocals
Lou Ann Barton– Vocals
Delbert McClinton– Harmonica, Vocals
James Cotton– Harmonica
Gary Clark, Jr.– Guitar, Vocals
Derek O’Brien– Guitar
Ronnie James– Bass
Wes Starr– Drums
01.High and Lonesome
02.Baby What You Want Me to Do
03.Big Boss Man
04.Good Lover
05.Caress Me Baby
06.You Upset my Mind
07.Shame, Shame, Shame
08.Hush, Hush
09.Ain't That Lovin' You Baby
10.Jimmy Reed Highway

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