Monday, July 10, 2017

Bill Wharton 1991 Miami Blues & Liquid Summer (LL)

Genre: Blues
Rate: 258 kbps VBR / 44100
Time: 00:36:49
Size: 66,80 MB

United States

Originally released as Bill Wharton 1989 The Sause Boss on King Snake Records. This is the French release on Loft Records from 1991.

Legendary performer Bill “Sauce Boss” Wharton brings his Florida slide guitar blues, his gumbo, and his own hot sauce to every multi-sensory performance. His show includes a culinary demonstration with audience stirring and sampling the gumbo. Sauce Boss is a powerhouse of energy with his one-man band.

Florida swamp-funk slide guitarist, Bill Wharton has been a musician for over a half a century. On his 1989 New Years Eve gig, Sauce Boss splashed a bottle of his Liquid Summer Hot Sauce into a huge pot of simmering gumbo, feeding the entire audience. The rest is history. 200,000 bowls later, he’s still feeding the masses for free at his shows. The Sauce Boss show is a soul shouting picnic of bluesy, rock and roll brotherhood.

One morning in the early ‘70s, The Sauce Boss walked out of his house and found a 1933 vintage National Steel guitar in his front yard. That lead him down the Blues path.


01 - Let The Big Dog Eat 03:09

02 - The Sauce Boss 03:59

03 - Alligator 03:10

04 - The Lovin'est Man 02:35

05 - Boogiewoogie Washerwoman 03:06

06 - Great Big Fanny 03:22

07 - Straight Out Of The Bottle 02:56

08 - I Can't Be Satisfied 03:50

09 - Jefferson County Hambone 00:46

10 - Cypress Grove Blues 03:36

11 - Mighty Crazy 02:19

12 - Smuggler's Cove 04:01

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