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Bobby Rush - Southern King Of Funk Blues album flac Performer: Bobby Rush
Title: Southern King Of Funk Blues
Style: Funk, Rhythm & Blues
Released: 2013
Country: US
MP3 album: 1997 mb
FLAC album: 1255 mb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: AUD WMA MP3 MP4 XM AC3 RA
Genre: Funk and Soul / Blues

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Soul Selector (2) (catalog number none). This album was released in 2013-04-20 year. US. Format of the release is. CD, Compilation.

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Bobby Rush returns to Nashville and Americana Music Association's AmericanaFest in September. now I have 'Get Outta Here (Dog Named Bo)'. Eat your heart out sucka, go get the record!" - Bobby Rush .

To Bobby Rush s innumerable fans, he is an American music icon, a legendary showman, a King of the Chitlin Circuit, and perhaps the most vital living Southern musician to have started his career on the Chicago blues scene in the 1950s. His new Rounder Records release, Porcupine Meat, will further enhance the legend of this Blues Hall of Fame inductee, three-time Grammy® nominee, and 10-time Blues Music Award winner.

2017 GRAMMY winning blues legend, Blues Hall of Famer, 12x Blues Music Award winner, and . King Entertainer of the Year. After decades of tearing up the chitlin’ circuit on a nightly basis with his sweaty, no-holds-barred funkfests, Bobby has thoroughly broken through to the mainstream. The album spotlights all of Rush’s strengths: blues, soul, funk, and everything in between. That’s about the truth of me, he says of his new disc. Rush gigged around the West Side and in the southern suburbs of the Windy City, but it took until 1964 for him to debut on record with the tough downbeat blues Someday for the Jerry-O logo.

Certainly, Bobby Rush has the wisdom of age. He can reach back into folklore for a story that pokes at the foibles of life (like the story of the goat that fell into an abandoned well, and eventually walked out after successive shovels full of dirt thrown in to bury the unfortunate animal raised it to the top). His understanding of blues history is consummate-themes that reach back to its earliest days, an understanding of stagecraft, and original songs that have continued to resonate with African American audiences long after most other blues singers have lost that connection  . The blues funk of I Don’t Want Nobody Hanging Around followed, with the spirit still in the room. Cornell joined us for the next two days.

The Funk Brothers were a group of Detroit-based session musicians who performed the backing to most Motown recordings from 1959 until the company moved to Los Angeles in 1972. They are considered one of the most successful groups of studio musicians in music history. Board), and blues giant John Lee Hooker's "Boom Boom". After he found out about the Edwin Starr session, Gordy fined members of the Funk Brothers band for moonlighting for another label; Eddie Wingate, owner of the Ric-Tic and Golden World labels, which released Starr's "Agent Double-O Soul", subsequently attended that year's Motown staff Christmas party. Soulful Tale of Two Cities" project. The double-album sleeve notes read: "Motown's legendary Funk Brothers and members of Philadelphia's world renowned MFSB take you 'back in the day' with an album filled with classic Philly and Motown hits.

Artist: Bobby Rush Album: Porcupine Meat Genre: Blues Origin: USA Released: 2016 Quality: mp3, 320 kbps Tracklist: I Dont Want Nobody Hanging Around 04:53. Porcupine Meat 04:14. Got Me Accused 07:01. Snake In The Grass 04:15. Funk O' De Funk 04:54. Me, Myself And I 05:33. It's Your Move 04:19. Nighttime Gardener 04:06. I Think Your Dress Is Too Short 04:20. Standing On Shaky Ground 04:54.

Tracklist

1 I'm Feelin' Good (Extended Mix)
2 Chicken Heads (Original Single Mix)
3 Do The Do (Original 7" Mix)
4 Bertha Jean (Original 7" Mix)
5 Bow-Legged Woman & Knock-Kneed Man (Extended Mix)
6 You're Just Like A Dresser (From "Down In Louisiana", 2013)

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Rush Hour Production

Credits

  • Composed By – Bobby Rush
  • Design – Ira Carter
  • Executive Producer – Lew Prince

Notes

Record Store Day release limited Edition of 1000 Copies.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (Mastering Side): BOBBY RUSH
  • Barcode: NONE

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Bobby Rush The Deep South King Of Blues-Funk ‎(LP, Comp, Ltd, Cle) Soul Selector none US 2013