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One Blue Shoe

by B.B. Dogg

Blues with a sense of humor. All original good time funk, rock and traditional blues tunes.
Genre: Blues: Blues Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. One Blue Shoe
4:46 $0.99
2. Shaky Puddin'
3:25 $0.99
3. Handsome Man
3:59 $0.99
4. Damn Happy Blues
2:47 $0.99
5. Downtown
3:16 $0.99
6. What Are You Still Doin' Here?
3:55 $0.99
7. Cab Driver
5:06 $0.99
8. When Mine Was Mine
3:46 $0.99
9. Sugardaddy
4:15 $0.99
10. Can't Let Go
3:26 $0.99
11. Love Dogg
5:57 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
"B.B. Dogg plays with the left hand, the right hand, that's why they call him B.B. Dogg" - Po' Bone

We believe that this is the cd that every one who has ever played in a band wanted to record! Whether you were professional giggers, or just a good time garage band, the experiences of the lifestyle are similar...and often pretty damn funny!
After years of "chasing the carrot" in the real music industry, we now submit these songs as a "back to basics" collection of fun blues, rock & r&b. -Grammy & Z-man

History of the band:

Founding members Larry "Z-Man" Zurn & John "Grammy" McLane met as young rockers back many, many years ago with a road band called Vertical Union (based out of Erie, Pa (home of the Oneders) and later Cleveland, Ohio (home of the tuna fish hoagie). Off and on through the years since then, they worked together in different Miami, L.A. and Atlanta based bands.

Not too long ago,having both settled back in the same area of South Florida, they decided that after a couple of rough hurricane seasons, there was good enough reason to start writing and recording that long - talked about blues cd: "One Blue Shoe".

Of course, in true blues fashion, everybody involved got a new stage name: Larry Z became B.B. Dogg, (from a stage name he'd used back in the 1990's while a sideman with Atlanta bluester Sammy Blue). John McLane became the irrepressible "Rupert Snap Dawg", (just because they liked the sound of

Several other players were brought in to round out the style: The Doggs were able to enlist Hot Mont's original horn section, "The Bones of Contention" to add a great blasting horn section to some of the tunes; South Florida smooth jazz god Tim "Boogiehead" Poindexter added some great sax to a couple of cuts; rocker Geo G. Dawg added some screamin' "Santana-esque" lead guitar; "Even Steven" Gomes kicked in his funky drum groove on several tunes; and blue-eyed soul sister Caucazia sang her heart out on background vocals!

John Grammy- lead vocal, drums, guitar, keys
Larry Z- bass & background vocals
Caucazia and Friends: background vocals

Larry Z: lead vocal, bass
John Grammy: drums, guitars, B3, harmony
Moose Choir: background vocals
Bones of Contention: horn section

John Grammy: lead vocal, keys, bass, guitar, sax solo
Larry Z: rhythm guitar and harmony
Even Steven Gomes: drums
Bones of Contention: horn section

Larry Z: lead vocal, rhythm guitar
John Grammy: keys, bass, guitar
Even Steven Gomes: drums
Bones of Contention: horn section

DOWNTOWN (McLane/Zurn)
John Grammy: lead vocal, keys, drums, guitar
Larry Z: bass and harmony vocals
L&J Moose Choir: background vocals

John Grammy: lead and harmony vocals, keys, bass, guitar, sax solo, drums
Bones of Contention: horn section

CAB DRIVER (McLane/Zurn)
Larry Z: lead vocal, bass
John Grammy: keys, drums, guitar
Moose Choir: background vocals

John Grammy: lead vocal, keys, bass, guitar, drums, alto sax
Larry Z: rhythm guitar, harmonies
Tim "Boogiehead" Poindexter: tenor sax

Larry Z: lead vocal, bass
John Grammy: keys, rhythm guitar, drums
Geo G. Daug: lead guitar
Caucazia and Friends: background vocals

John Grammy: vocals, keys, bass, guitar
Larry Z: rhythm guitar, harmonies
Even Steven Gomes: drums
Bones of Contention: horn section

LOVE DOGG (McLane/Zurn/Poindexter)
Larry Z: bass
John Grammy: keys, drums, guitar
Tim "Boogiehead" Poindexter: tenor sax

About the Doggs:

John McLane (a.k.a. Rupert Snap Dawg) has experience with recordings and live performances of every type of music imaginable...everything from rock concerts to bar mitzvahs; 20 plus years as a professional engineer, producer & multi-instrumentalist in Los Angeles, Atlanta, Miami and now Fort Myers, Fl. He brings guitar, sax, drums, keyboards, vocals, and adds wayward trombone to "The Bones of Contention", John also serves as the engineer & producer.

Larry Zurn (a.k.a. B. B. Dogg) brings diverse experience. He's been an Atlanta bluester, Florida studio cat, and spent many years in radio & television production. Larry plays bass and guitar, as well as contributing powerful vocals.



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C.W. Pemberton

BB Dogg
John, been meaning to get in touch with you for awhile. It was good to see you again as well as Shanaberger. I've played the Cd to most all of my musician friends here in tennessee and the vote is in. FANTASTIC!!! Not only the songs, but the high quality of your recording. Best of luck and looking forward to seeing you soon. CW

Debbie Salow

Larry and John..just saying Hi and the album is really good..nice to see you guys are still friends and doing things like this after all these years.