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by Mean Gene Kelton

A house-rockin' Texas blues band with smokin' guitar licks, bluesy ballads, adult party songs and a #1 selling album!
Genre: Blues: Texas Style
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Texas Honey
4:16 $0.99
2. Too White To Play The Blues
4:31 $0.99
3. If This Guitar Could Talk
4:47 $0.99
4. Tears On My Guitar
5:37 $0.99
5. Going Back To Memphis
4:12 $0.99
6. Cruisin Texas Avenue
4:04 $0.99
7. Sinking Deeper (Into the Blues)
4:27 $0.99
8. Big Legged Mama
3:35 $0.99
9. Leaving Paradise
4:47 $0.99
10. The Avon Man
4:52 $0.99
11. Little Black Dress
3:41 $0.99
12. My Blow Up Lover
3:30 $0.99
13. Let Me Pump Your Gas
4:00 $0.99
14. The Texas City Dyke
4:46 $0.99
15. My Baby Don't Wear No Panties
5:28 $0.99
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Album Notes
Mean Gene Rocks the Web!

Houston blues/rock guitarslinger Mean Gene Kelton has made music history recently, when his self-released CD Most Requested charted all fifteen songs in the top 20. All songs charted in their respective categories on the Mp3.coms Top 40 internet music charts, at

Prompted by public demand for copies of his original music, Mean Gene Kelton released a CD in 2000 of 15 of his most-requested songs. Songs from Most Requested became just that - on broadcast and internet radio stations around the world.

The CD reached #1 in sales at Cactus Music, an independent retail outlet that specializes in Texas music. As the popularity of the CD increased and sales took off, tracks found their way onto the internet and Mp3. Within weeks, dozens of internet radio stations began playing cuts from Most Requested. Keltons' web site and mp3 site started getting 1000s of hits per day, and eventually drove his songs to the top internet music chart positions.

"Mp3 and other internet music sites have made it possible for musicans like me to rise up out of the mediocrity of the bar scene, and find world-wide acceptance in cyberspace," says Kelton.

Mp3.coms music charts reflect positioning of music ranked by the number of unique hits, or plays, per song per 24 hour period. Fourteen of the fifteen songs made it into the Top 10, in various categories. Keltons ever-popular blues/rocker My Baby Don't Wear No Panties captured the #1 spot EIGHT TIMES on the Mp3 Top 40 blues chart and on the sub-genre blues rock chart. The song Going Back To Memphis reached #1 on the Mp3 Rockabilly chart three times.

On another site,, Kelton captured the #1, #2 and #3 spot, with Too White To Play The Blues, My Baby Don't Wear No Panties and Tears On My Guitar, respectively. Kelton held the #1 blues artist spot on that site as well. Overall, Kelton garnered a total of five #1 positions simultaneously on the internet music charts.

For the week ending September 14, 2000, Kelton reached #13 on Billboard Magazines "Hits Of The Web" at

Some may consider Kelton a newcomer, according to major music industry standards and internet music charts. However, recent internet success simply mirrors his popularity as an entertainer paying his dues on the Texas music circuit for many years.

Mean Gene Kelton and his band The Die Hards perform their own brand of high-energy Texas blues/rock at over 250 shows per year, with many return appearances at national music festivals, motorcycle rallys, clubs and private functions.

Kelton is quoted as saying: "We are the perfect band for the next big anniversary party of Harley-Davidson in Milwaulkee - we know how to rock!!"



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Dj Smilestir

Southern Fried!
What can I say but that this CD has really been used since I received it! Get your Southern Fried music here. Great lyrics & hooks on all the songs. Mean Gene gets you into the groove with his Southern Style. Great guitar slinging & backup from the band. Catchy lyrics that'll keep you smiling.

You only get this kind of work from someone who's well seasoned in the blues. Thanks Gene!

Mrs. Nettle

Great CD. Can feel the pain when listening to Cruisin Texas Avenue, brings the memories flooding back. Look forward to more music in the future!

Kelton Hatton

Man this cd rocks.
Man this cd was so freking awesome. Hey keep doing what you do because it kicks ass.

Frank Hueser

Most requested
Mean Gene Kelton is a man of Blues,Boogie and Rock.He knows how to play that stuff.Great guitar work.I hope to have the oportunity to see him live in 2009 when we are havin' our Bluestour through the Southern States.I'm lookin' forward.

Keith Terrell

your cd is great. it has great adult party songs on it. im glad that i ordered i
i loved the cd. i consider it one of my favorite cds. its exactly what i was looking for in party music..tks..make some more of them..

Alex Sparks

Loved the album!
This has got to be one of the best cds in my collection. I didn't take it out of the cd player for two weeks! I highly recommended this cd to my friends. They heard it and loved it.

F M "Doc" Cox

Great Texas Blues Guitar
As a misplaced Texas biker (from Llano, TX.) living in the Washington DC area------It was just great to listen to this CD. So many memories of home , places, old friends. GREAT.


Many nice words about this music !!!!!!!!!!!!!


The Undisputed Blues Man of Texas...
I've been around this city (houston) along time and seen a lot blues guitarists. But no one has earned the title of
The Blues Man of Texas as Mean Gene has. This CD is well recorded and produced. Not only that, but it gets to the heart of the matter. It's a great commentary on what the state of blues is in today. Mean Gene Kelton has hit a home run with this album. I highly recommend it!!!