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Tarheel Slim - No Time At All album flac Performer: Tarheel Slim
Title: No Time At All
Style: Country Blues, East Coast Blues, Rhythm & Blues
Released: 1975
Country: US
MP3 album: 1306 mb
FLAC album: 1613 mb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: XM AAC MPC AA VOC AUD MP4
Genre: Blues

Piano – Big Chief Ellis (tracks: A3, A7, B4), Tarheel Slim. Producer – Pete Lowry, Tarheel Slim. Recorded By, Mixed By, Photography By – Pete Lowry. Vocals, Guitar – Tarheel Slim. Written-By – Alden Bunn (tracks: A3 to A6, B1, B3 to B8). Notes.

No Time At All. 5. My Baby's Gone. No Time At All ‎(LP, Album).

Tarheel Slim is the nom-de-Blues of the incredibly versatile Alden Bunn, who recorded Blues, Gospel, R&B, Soul, pop and Rockabilly songs under a bewildering variety of names. He was part of the vocal groups The Larks, The Wheels and The Lovers, where he recorded several hit duets with Anna Sanford, who was to become Mrs. Bunn, but the Piedmont Blues of his early days was always evident in his guitar playing. No Time At All’ was a mainly acoustic album where Slim’s delicate fingerpicking and accomplished singing marked out his Piedmont roots. He played with Cephas and Wiggins on Big Chief Ellis‘s final album too, and this activity revived Slim’s career on the Blues Festival and club circuit for a while, until he passed away in 1977.

Tarheel Slim was an American singer, guitarist and songwriter whose work spanned gospel, blues, doowop, R&B, pop, and.

Tarheel Slim started out as vocalist/session man Alden Bunn and recorded in just about every musical style played from the late '40s until the '60s, when he went underground for a few years. In 1958 he hit with the Rockabilly classic "N. Train" - then fell off the map until the '70s when he returned, recording a pair of straight blues records. He's a talented t, and his proficiency with both the guitar and the harmonica complements his soulful vocal style in these traditionalized Electric Blues workouts.

Some rare late-period blues from two very underrated New York musicians. Big Chief Ellis and Tarheel Slim weren't the greatest technical singers, but each was a fine interpreter, and that makes this late-'70s session quite instructive.

Discover all Tarheel Slim's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Two Time Loser (1963) by Tarheel Slim and Little Ann. was covered in. Two Time Loser by Johnny Thunders and Patti Palladin (1988).


So Sweet, So Sweet 3:11
Married Woman Blues 2:37
The Guy With The .45 3:45
No Time At All 2:40
My Baby's Gone 3:32
Weeping Willow 5:58
Walking 4:17
'Fore Day Creep 3:33
Jitterbug Rag 1:52
Some Cold Rainy Day 5:40
Screaming & Crying 3:19
Open Nose 3:14
Dark Shadows 3:55
Superstitious 4:25
180 Days 3:11


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TRIX 3310 Tarheel Slim No Time At All ‎(LP, Album) Trix TRIX 3310 US 1975
TRIX 3310 Tarheel Slim No Time At All ‎(CD) Trix TRIX 3310 US 1993