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Don't Get Me Started!

by Chet Cannon and The Committee

Blues, Swing and Boogie that's good to to get ya up and jumpin'. . . now Let's have a Party.
Genre: Blues: Chicago Style
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1. Pass The Gravy
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2. Come On
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3. No Jumpin' Yet
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4. Country Girl
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5. Fine With Me
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6. Lonesome
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7. Cried All Night
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8. Ashes To Ashes
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9. Don't Know Jack
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10. Headed South
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11. Evil
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12. Big Daddy Stomp
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13. Real Big Woman
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Chet Cannon is a self described Terminal Blues Fan who once attended 26 blues concerts in just 29 days! We've been playing around San Diego as The Committee since the summer of 2001, (previously known as Chet & The Automatics) if you dig the blues you should like this band. Come on. . . let's have some fun!

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william clark

dont get me started / chet and the committee
just freakin fabulous every song is better than the last really good stuff hope to see more of them
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A San Diego Expatriate Now Living In Indianapolis

Chet Cannon and The Committee - with Jonny Viau's soulful sax is a must-have!
If you are jonzin' for a night out of some kick-butt soulful/boogie-woogie/danceable/soulful music, but there aren't any great bands like this in your area, and you're far from San Diego, BUY THIS RECORDING, you won't be disappointed. My neighbors, the closest of which is 1/4 mile away, by no choice of their own, have also become huge fans of blues and Chet et al. It is the background music that keeps me happy, foot-tappin' and sane in rush hour traffic, and kicking my heels up when I'm doing housework. I've made love, paid bills, and even eaten biscuits and gravy to it. Best yet though, if you just want to sit and listen to some spirit-lifting blues after a seriously tough day, this is the disc for you. If you've lived the blues and got to sing 'em too, this recording is a MUST-HAVE. Thanks, Chet et al! Jonny Viau, saxaphonist extrordinaire, you rock. Thank you.
Cheers,
Jeanette in Indy...
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Southland Blues Magazine, May 2006

Chet's rockin' blues band keeps the beat and feet moving!
With a program of ten original songs and three comfortable covers, Chet Cannon and his rockin' blues band keep the beat moving throughout this live session from Etta's Place in San Diego.

Bluesman Cannon sings 'em out nice and strong, leads with a down home candor, and blows a mighty mean harp. His Committee backs up each track with a convincing authority that carries the performance through over 70 minutes of jumpin' joy.

Tony Agosta provides a powerful guitar signature, Jerry Yetman adds the band's bass foundation, Jonny Viau fills and complements with stellar tenor sax asides, Michael Minor colors with a rockin' drum beat, Rafael Salmon rounds out The Committee's membership with keyboard fire, as Cannon fires each salvo with a powerful thrust.

Several guests (John Flynn, Ian Vatet, Paul Rosko, Dave K, and Buick Wilson) provide additional colors for this welcome session.

Memphis Slim's "Lonesome" finds the band jumpin' with boogie on their minds. Snooky Pryor's "Headed South" features Cannon's soulful harp in an extended adventure that represents the meaning of the blues. Muddy Water's "Evil" is delivered with a classic feeling that oozes with passion.

Now that The Committee has started, let's hope that they never stop.

written by Jim Santella
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