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I Feel So Good

by Blues Outlet

American Classical Music: The BLUES, ancient and modern.
Genre: Blues: Electric Blues
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1. I Feel So Good
2:33 album only
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2. Nach'l Boy
1:54 album only
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3. That's What I Mean By Love
2:06 album only
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4. Loneliest Man in the World
2:52 album only
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5. Michelle Marie
4:38 album only
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6. Trouble in Mind
3:59 album only
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7. Olneyville Stomp
2:23 album only
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8. Cigarette Smokin' Women
2:30 album only
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9. Voodoo Music
2:45 album only
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10. Take This Hammer
1:34 album only
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11. Don't Kick Me
2:04 album only
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12. Big City Blues (part 1)
2:06 album only
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13. Muddy Memories
1:46 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Blues Outlet's new "I Feel So Good" CD is NOT the same ol' blues record. Not by a long shot. It's one of those magic silver discs that just grows from strength to strength; The musical highpoints are many and varied.

Three cuts were recorded live at the historic Sun Studio in Memphis --the legendary birthplace of rock 'n' roll. You can just hear the Mississippi mud and the Memphis mojo easing out of the speakers and into your earholes.

And-- there are no fewer than three W.C.Handy Award winners and nominees featured: DUKE ROBILLARD, PAUL GEREMIA and JAMES MONTGOMERY. Plus...the guitarist's guitarist Bob "Snakeshaker" Angell. (Picture Hubert Sumlin's left hand and Roy Buchanan's right hand strokin' a garish pawnshop guitar and a battered ol' Fender amp. And loud as the hammers of hell! Swe-e-e-e-t!!)

As one Brit. blues pundit put it: "Cor,this is what (Peter Green's )Fleetwood Mac could've been!"

Boston blues sing-sa-tion Kelly Knapp hollers out the title song and several other fantastic selections. She's an American treasure. One in a million. Like Emmylou Harris? Then you'll LOVE Kelly Knapp!There's no better singer on the planet.

Add Stevie Ray Vaughan's old drummer (and the percussive force behind Otis Rush and Big Walter) Jack Moore, blues bassist extraordinaire Chicago Vinnie Earnshaw and the living legend Harmonica Robert on the Louisiana licking stick ..and... ladies 'n' gents...you've got sumthin' go-o-o-d!!!!!

Don't miss this one; It's a keeper!!

WHAT THE CRITICS ARE SAYING:

"The first American-made British Blues album"--Duke Robillard

"Solid and dependable guitar-and-harmonica-led songs (mostly original)"--JUKE BLUES

"Good-time pop-blues, minor-key progressions, reverb-soaked slide and Delta shuffles and sliders..."--Blues Revue

"I doff my cap to the band for an approach that combines original compositions with some less obvious cover versions. Well played."--Blues & Rhythm (The Gospel Truth)

"Crunchy guitar and blazing harmonica"-- Blues Onstage

"This CD moves and rocks"--BluesFreepress.org.uk

"Robust songs...crisply energetic"--Providence Phoenix

"A good five-piece band with some damn good songs" --SoundCheck Magazine

"I wish more things in this life were as simple and as fun as this album...the heart and soul here come across as real and authentic." --BlueSpeak (Memphis)

"Some remarkable slide guitar" --Blue Suede News

"Good country slide...some fine, foot stompin' blues"
--Big City Blues

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Naz Nazarian

A definate credit to the blues world.
This CD has alot of heart and soul, great musician's who clarify the meaning of why i love the blues!!Naz Nazarian.
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"Erndog the Stainless Steel Blues Hound" Savastano

This album is the best in my collection.
The deepest penetration of any Bluesman on the scene today, Snakeshaker can grind out the feelin' and slide up your leg... he can sing you, he can bite you or just slither the silky blues around you. This album is the best in my collection.
Angell has put to softest and the grittiest blues people together to make one of the finest blues CDs in the stores today.
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Jim Nestor, Bluzpik Rekerdz

An excellent release from a true Blues Artist whose time has come.
The Snakeshaker has a lineup on this release worthy of his talents. This CD will appeal to Blues music purists and can be wholeheartedly embraced by scholars. These songs transcend all notions of cultural boundaries and trump the societal constrictions, which divide classes and races. An excellent release from a true Blues Artist whose time has come.
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chatterperson77

The blackest white man in town ...and the baddest! Excellent!
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dcadvanis


Can blue men sing the whites? You betcha! Real pungent Chi-Town sound, & I was impressed by guest vocalist Kelly Knapp's stylings.. A keeper..
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