Rod Piazza and the All Mighty Flyers | Almighty Dollar

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Almighty Dollar

by Rod Piazza and the All Mighty Flyers

A West Coast take on Chicago style swingin' and soulful blues with a bit of New Orleans R&B.
Genre: Blues: Harmonica Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Move Out Baby
4:13 album only
2. What Makes You So Tough
2:47 album only
3. Blue Shadows
5:14 album only
4. Wine, Wine, Wine
3:57 album only
5. Ain't Nobody's Business
4:25 album only
6. That's It
3:11 album only
7. Baby Don't Go
4:04 album only
8. Loving Man
3:06 album only
9. Almighty Dollar
5:19 album only
10. We Belong Together
2:49 album only
11. Confessin' The Blues
3:14 album only
12. Con-Vo-Looted
2:48 album only


Album Notes
Almighty Dollar heralds Rod Piazza's latest achievement in a career that spans over four decades and twenty-six recordings. Piazza has long been recognized for his dedication and commitment to excellence as evidenced by the many awards and accolades he and his band have racked up over the years. This time out, The Mighty Flyers rocket into the stratosphere as Piazza pilots his crew through another harp-fueled voyage propelled by some very special guests including Bay Area guitarist Rusty Zinn and Mississippi-bred bluesman Johnny Dyer. The band includes Honey Piazza on piano, Henry Carvajal on guitar, and Dave Kida on drums. Norm Gonzales & Henry Van Sickle share bass duties. "Piazza is a superior diatonic and chromatic harmonica player with style -- the elusive quality that combines confidence, presence, control, risk-taking and instinct." -- Down Beat Magazine "Piazza adds West Coast swing and sophistication to traditional Chicago electric roots and the results are right up there with the best of Paul Butterfield or Kim Wilson." -- Blues Matters "Rod Piazza lights up a blue note 40 years in the making each time he draws and blows through the reeds. Some are sweet, others wail like a train a-comin'. And when he sings, he's full of tuneful authority." -- Blues Revue Magazine



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