Saturday, November 28, 2015

David Raitt & Jimmy Thackery 2001 That's It

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:56:39
Size: 129,58 MB
United States

A marvellous soul vocalist, David Raitt teams up with guitar killer Jimmy Thackery on That's It! Reunited for the first time since their high school blues band, the two middle-aged blues hounds get down to business on rough Chicago-styled offerings like their original "Tell Me," Mack Rice's jivey classic "Cheaper to Keep Her," Roosevelt Sykes' "Driving Wheel" and the funky Michael Bloomfield-Nick Gravenities tune "Me" along with Stax/Volt-styled R&B fare like "I'd Rather Be Blind, Crippled and Crazy." Thackery is in particularly aggressive form on his slow blues "Watch Your Back" and on a raw, nasty rendition of Howlin' Wolf's "How Many More Years," on which he also summons up a most menacing Wolf imitation on vocals. And Raitt swoops and swoons like a sanctified canary throughout. These two make a formidable tag team of the blues. (


01 - I'd Rather Be Blind, Crippled, And Crazy 03:44

02 - Tell Me 03:48

03 - Me 04:55

04 - Same Thing 04:33

05 - How Many More Years 04:55

06 - Seven Days 03:20

07 - Watch Your Back 05:43

08 - It Takes Time 03:48

09 - Cheaper To Keep Her 03:48

10 - That's It 05:48

11 - Driving Wheel 03:36

12 - Dirty And In Love 03:33

13 - Cold Heart 05:08

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