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The Way of Blues

by Bill Howl-N-Madd Perry

Listen to this CD to hear the sounds of a Mississippi Delta Blues Club. You will want to dance and drink and just have a great time. You will know The Way of Blues Mississippi style.
Genre: Blues: Juke Joint Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Way of Blues
3:05 $0.99
2. The Way of Blues, Pt. II
5:07 $0.99
3. A Shot of Whisky
5:05 $0.99
4. Back to the Crossroads
5:57 $0.99
5. Jack, Johnny or Jim
5:33 $0.99
6. Song from Hell
5:25 $0.99
7. I Got the Blues
5:39 $0.99
8. Five Dollars and a Dime
4:16 $0.99
9. Madd in Paradise
6:00 $0.99
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Album Notes
Bill Howl-N-Madd Perry has been playing his music for over forty years. He has played in Festivals and in Clubs all over the US and Internationally. Bill and his band won first place in the 2005 Blues Challenge presented by the Indianola Blues Society of Indianola Mississippi and represented Indianola at the 22nd Annual International Blues Challenge. Bill is a member of the Central Mississippi Blues Society in Jackson, MS, and the Mississippi Blues Society of Indianola in Indianola, MS. He has performed in numerous festivals in Mississippi including the Sunflower Blues Festival in Clarksdale, Ms and the Hwy 61 Festival in Leland, Mississippi. He and his band opened for B.B. King at the B.B. King Festival in Mississippi.

International Press includes articles in Blues Magazines such as Blues & Rhythm, IL Blues, and Blues Revue. He will be a featured actor and performer in a segment of the Gene Simmons Family Jewels top rated television series which will be aired in March 2009 TBA.

Bill is an instructor in the Delta Blues Museum in Clarksdale, Mississippi’s Museum’s Arts and Education Program. Bill has also worked with B.B. King in the B.B. King Music workshop at Mississippi Valley State University. He has been part of Educational programs presented by Dr. Alphonso Sanders.

Bill writes and performs his own original music producing CD’s which are played throughout the world placing in the top of many music charts, including XM radio Blues Picks to Click. He has also written songs for musicians such as Lil Johnny Taylor, Ted Taylor, and Cash McCall. He worked for Phil Chess as a studio musician and for Stan Lewis where he wrote for Jewel Paula Records. He did a stint writing for J.J. Taylor on a Willie Dixon Label.

Movie and Television:
Way of War Movie stars Cuba Gooding, Jr. and features Bill Howl-N-Madd Perry performing the part of a Washington D.C. Night Club Owner, Bill performs in several scenes with Cuba nd Bill also performs his original music.
The movie plot is: Paramilitary operative David Wolfe (Cuba Gooding Jr.) is a highly trained and deadly assassin assigned to kill a notorious terrorist in the Middle East. During his mission, he stumbles upon a US government conspiracy involving the top members of the administration. Now on the run, David is determined to expose the truth before it's too late.
Gene Simmons Family Jewels top rated television series in over eight countries features Bill in on one of the weekly shows. Bill has an acting role as well as a role performing his original music. Segment scheduled to be aired in March 2009 TBA.

--- Review in Delta Currents by Thomas Jacques ---
"Jook Joint Jump" is instantly infectious; at its heart an old- time barroom rocker with a passing resemblance to Sam Cooke's "Twistin' the Night Away." … This disc is the sound of a guy who's played for many a tough audience, and doesn't consider surrendering the stage until he's won over every stubborn holdout. Goading listeners to get up and dance here, conversing with them like folks desperately in need of good advice there. James "Super Chikan" Johnson sits in on diddly bo and vocals on "Blues Is Not Exclusive," serving as the tune's philosopher-in-residence. The harmonies on "Willie Mae" are a showstopper; the dark humor of the blues stands out on "Five Dollars and a Dime" and "Out So Late"; "Tell Me" and "Came Out to Party" are floor-fillers (the latter, with its Isleys guitar, can compete with "Jook Joint Jump" for the disc's best mover).
---- Memphis Critic
Bill “Howl-N-Madd” Perry Blues Band at Ground Zero is More authentic blues.
---- LA California Fan
I can tell you unequivocally that Howl-n-Madd played the best music we heard anywhere on this trip...We visited many Beale Street clubs, including BB King's and Ground Zero Memphis...None of the music we heard there compared to Bill Perry's group...
---- Movie Critic
KudzuRunner - Bill Perry steals the scene from Cuba Gooding, hands down.



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