Wednesday, September 9, 2015

The King Bees 2001 Stingin' & Swingin'

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:58:34
Size: 133,99 MB

United States

The King Bees' third release is their strongest offering yet. The songwriting of Penny Zamagni has matured over the years, gaining an impressive depth along the way. "Stumblin' From The Hide Away" showcases Baskerville's guitar as he fuses two Freddy King classics into one incendiary tribute. The Bees' rendition of Jerry McCain's "Things Ain't Right" shines behind the composer's harmonica riffs. Neal Patman joins the Bees for a down-home cover of John Lee Hooker's "Dimples". Phil 'Mr Lucky' Stinson's growling organ work and driving barrelhouse 88's take the party to a fevered pitch. A fine bluesman and vocalist in his own right, he's a longtime King Bee colleague who spices and thickens the gumbo. (


01 - Where'd You Get To 04:24

02 - No Dice 04:38

03 - Send Me To The Jailhouse 06:01

04 - Coupe De Ville 06:00

05 - Back Door Lovin' 05:30

06 - Party Shoppe 04:07

07 - Make It Up Me 05:40

08 - Things Ain't Right 05:33

09 - Stumblin' From The Hide Away 04:37

10 - I. B. Lover, MD 03:47

11 - Dimples 04:28

12 - Low Down Dog 03:49

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