Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Rufus Thomas 1988 That Woman Is Poison!
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Size: 85,15 MB
Review by Ron Wynn
A masterful comeback album from a blues and soul veteran who was assumed to be ready for the retirement home. Rufus Thomas went back to the comic blues that had been his forte in the 1950s, and the edge in his voice and defiance in his tone proclaimed that he wasn't finished yet. After years of taking heat from purists for not issuing enough "real" blues albums, Alligator didn't get nearly enough credit for being the only label to give Rufus Thomas a fair shot in the 1980s.
01 - That Woman Is Poison! 05:13
02 - I Just Got To Know 03:22
03 - Big Fine Hunk Of Woman 05:49
04 - Blues In The Basement 04:17
05 - Somebody's Got To Go 06:04
06 - Breaking My Back 06:04
07 - The Walk 02:54
08 - All Night Worker 03:30
Gamble for more Rufus Thomas