Monday, August 31, 2015

Little Arthur Duncan 1999 Singin' With The Sun

Genre: Blues
Rate: 239 kbps VBR / 44100
Time: 01:05:03
Size: 111,39 MB

United States

Review by Cub Koda

Long a Chicago club mainstay, Duncan sings and blows harp in the time-honored 1950s style of that city's rich blues tradition. Backed by the Rockin' Johnny Band, Duncan runs through a set of originals and old favorites that proves that there's still a few of the old timers left who can deliver the goods. Duncan's harp is replaced by Martin Lang on three tracks and Eddie Taylor Jr. takes over the guitar chores on two tunes, and is particularly effective on "Tribute to Jimmy Reed." Although some of Little Arthur's originals skirt the issue of copyright and his timing is suspect in spots, this is one fine album of journeyman blues sung and played with a whole lot of feeling.


01 - Pretty Thing 04:39

02 - Knockin' On Your Door 04:57

03 - No Place To Go 04:04

04 - Sugar Bee 05:11

05 - Mattie Mae 03:41

06 - Itchin' Back 03:51

07 - Singin' With The Sun 06:56

08 - Tribute To Jimmy Reed 04:08

09 - Bad Reputation 03:13

10 - Trackmarks 05:41

11 - Leaving Mississippi 04:11

12 - Blues After Hours 05:11

13 - My Baby Left Me Out On The Road 03:45

14 - Singin' With The Sun 05:35

Gamble for more Little Arthur Duncan


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