Sunday, January 10, 2016

CeDell Davis 1995 Feel Like Doin' Something Wrong

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:45:56
Size: 105,14 MB

United States

Some would say that the only thing CeDell did wrong was to play his right-handed guitar upside down, left-handed, using a butter knife for a slide. For CeDell however, this was not only a necessity due to crippling effects of childhood polio but, it created a haunting, yet original, sound that ultimately turned out to be just right. "Feel Like Doin' Something Wrong" is not only CeDell's first full length recording but also, hands down, CeDell's best work. Fat Possum and Robert Palmer deserve a lot of credit for discovering CeDell and producing this masterful disc. The sound and quality remain true to what you might have heard on any given night in Junior Kimbrough's juke joint where CeDell performed. While much of the CD features CeDell and his mutated brand of slide guitar, there are also numbers that include the Burnside family and free jazz artist, Col. Bruce Hampton. For the adventuresome, this is highly recommended! (deepbluereview)


01 - I Don't Know Why 03:58

02 - Every Day Every Way 03:18

03 - She's Got The Devil In Her 02:06

04 - Boogie Chillen 03:52

05 - Baby, I Love You So 03:58

06 - If You Like Fat Women 02:09

07 - Guitar Boogie 02:09

08 - Falling Rain Blues 04:16

09 - In The Evening 03:48

10 - Sit Down On My Knee 02:54

11 - Got To Be Moving On 03:25

12 - So Long (Reconsider Baby) 04:17

13 - Murder My Baby 04:29

14 - Green Onions 01:17

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