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Boogie Woogie Night Hawk

by The Soul Searchers

Like the album title suggests, The Soul Searchers boogie their way through originals and favorites by T-Bone Walker, Freddie King, and other blues greats of the 1950s and 1960s. Recorded live in a big room. Old-school swinging blues.
Genre: Blues: Jump Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hit It
3:52 album only
2. Hard Way
4:15 album only
3. Sen-Sa-Shun
3:50 album only
4. See See Baby
3:55 album only
5. Bonneville Special
6:55 album only
6. Boogie Woogie Nighthawk
4:28 album only
7. Burns Farm Stomp
4:20 album only
8. You've Got to Love Her With a Feeling
7:17 album only
9. T-Bone Boogie
5:50 album only
10. You Don't Love Me
6:32 album only
11. Come Back to Me, Baby
4:58 album only


Album Notes
Review for "Boogie Woogie Nighthawk"

"It's nice to listen to musicians who really know what they're doing . . . a vintage, vinyl-sounding experience, and it is fantastic."
- Pulse Magazine (U.S.)

What they said about The Soul Searchers first album, "The Soul Searchers"

"This was a very enjoyable listen; everyone playing the blues with a real sense of the tradition, no desire to show off, and real ensemble work. Nicely done; thanks for sharing the good music."
- Bruce Iglauer, Founder, Alligator Records

"Whether it’s a five-course meal, or a romantic interlude, or sultry blues, anticipation is what stimulates the senses and makes the payoff rewarding. Such is the case with Des Moines’ hippest blues band, The Soul Searchers. It took the group about 15 years to record its full-length album, but in the end, it doesn’t disappoint. Like their live shows, ‘The Soul Searchers’ is a slow burn that gets hotter as the music progresses.”
- Michael Swanger, Cityview

“Great debut! I've played this album with great pleasure in my radio show! Can't believe that this is only their debut, these guys know how to swing/jump/rock! Great songs, tight band...gimme more!”
- Bernhard Schulte, Radio Host from Germany



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