Big Walter Horton & Alfred Harris - Harmonica Blues Kings download album
- Album: Harmonica Blues Kings
- FLAC: 1446 mb | MP3: 1205 mb
- Country: US
- Style: Harmonica Blues
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Harmonica Blues Kings.
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The plural "kings" comes from the fact that this CD is divided between Alfred "Blues King" Harris and Big Walter. You'll hear Walter's first Chicago recordings under his own name ('54); he plays Hard-Hearted Woman; Back Home to Mama; Card Game; Remember Me, and more!
Big Walter Horton's 'Hard-Hearted Woman' /'Back Home To Mania' was his first Chicago record under his own name, though he had recorded earlier. Willie Dixon produced the session and from then on Horton played on many Dixon-pro-duced sessions for Chess, Cobra and other labels, and toured with Dixon's band for many years. Big Walter, of course, was an internation-ally famous bluesman, who continued recording and touring until his death in 1981 . Interpret: Walter Horton & Alfred Harris. Album titlle: Harmonica Blues Kings. Horton, Walter - Harmonica Blues Kings CD 1. 01. Back Home To Mama.
Harmonica – Alfred Harris (9 to 14), Big Walter Horton (1 to 8) Piano – Lafayette Leake (1, 2, 7, 8), Memphis Slim (3 to 6) Tenor Saxophone – Harold Ashby (3 to 6), John Cameron (1, 2, 7, 8), Red Holloway (1, 2, 7, 8) Vocals – Alfred Harris (9, 10, 12 to 14), James Bannister (11, 15), Tommy Brown (3 to 6), Big Walter Horton. While "Harmonica Blues Kings" boasts 16 tracks, only four of them belong to Horton as bandleader and frontman. It's been said that he did his best work while in the company of others, certainly true in some respects, but his superb "Hard-Hearted Woman," a muscular and masterful slow blues, and the loping shuffle of "Back Home To Mama," remain as classics of post-war Chicago Blues.
Big Walter Horton and Alfred 'Blues King' Harris - Big Walter Horton - Hard-Hearted Woman 03:04. Jimmy Rogers, Big Walter Horton - Walking By Myself 02:49. Shakey Horton (Big Walter Horton) - Mad Love(I Want You To Love Me) 03:02. Big Walter Horton - 06 - John Henry - 1964 - The Soul Of Blues Harmonica 02:40. Big Walter Horton - Rockin' My Boogie 04:05. Big Walter Horton - Remember Me (club16593882) 02:32.
Chicago Blues Electric Chicago Blues Electric Harmonica Blues Juke Joint Blues Regional Blues Harmonica Blues. Boisterous Earthy Gritty Intense Passionate Rousing. Celebration Freedom Hanging Out Jealousy Late Night. Although not definitive, this album is worth seeking out for Horton fans. It features Walter in a variety of musical styles, including a good rendition of "Hard Hearted Woman" and a wild version of "La Cucaracha".
|A6||Back Home To Mama|
|B1||My Life Blues|
|B2||Up Side The Wall|
|B4||Sundown Boogie Blues|
|B6||Great Lakes Boogie|
|B7||Blues And Trouble|
- Bass – Willie Dixon (tracks: A1 to A6)
- Drums – Fred Below (tracks: A5, A6), James Bannister (tracks: B1 to B7)
- Guitar – Earl Dranes (tracks: B1 to B7), Lee Cooper (tracks: A1 to A6)
- Harmonica – Alfred Harris* (tracks: B1 to B7), Big Walter Horton* (tracks: A1 to A6)
- Piano – Lafayette Leake (tracks: A5, A6), Memphis Slim (tracks: A1 to A4)
- Tenor Saxophone – Harold Ashby (tracks: A1 to A4), John Cameron (tracks: A5, A6), Red Holloway (tracks: A5, A6)
- Vocals – Alfred Harris* (tracks: B1 to B7), James Bannister (tracks: B3, B7), Tommy Brown (tracks: A1 to A4), Big Walter Horton* (tracks: A5, A6)
|DD-712, none||Big Walter Horton* And Alfred "Blues King" Harris*||Big Walter Horton* And Alfred "Blues King" Harris* - Harmonica Blues Kings (CD, RE)||Delmark Records, United||DD-712, none||US||2000|