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Fowler asked the crowd, and was immediately rewarded by a table 28 Blues Music Magazine of fans yelling out orders for more rounds for the band. You’re gonna get us hammered and we’re gonna forget all of our songs,” Fowler said. “That’s the only way I remember songs,” Riley quiped. “Don’t Call Me” sounds like an extremely funked up Dave Matthews band doing Delbert McClinton’s “Giving It Up For Your Love” with a Duane Allman-style solo in the middle. “Gonna do on old Robert Johnson tune,” Fowler said.

Do your acoustic blues collection a favor and pick this up. Then go and seek out his electric self. – Eric Thom 42 Blues Music Magazine They may not win you the big pot in a game of Texas Hold ‘Em, but if you’re holdin’ these four jacks, you’re a winner. Anson Funderburgh, Big Joe Maher, Kevin McKendree, and Steve Mackey are the face cards for this group debut on the Ellersoul label. Mackey and McKendree are both Delbert McClinton vets, and Mackey has worked with Leroy Parnell as well. With his jump blues band the Dynaflows, Big Joe has been crooning smooth, vintage big band blues from behind his drum kit up and down the East Coast for three decades as well as performing as a duo with Anson on Delbert’s Legendary Rhythm And Blues Cruises.

Miss Dissatisfied” sounds like Roomful Of Blues in its heyday, brassy, funkin’ soul with Basile’s cornet barking like a junkyard dawg. “The Streak” seems cut out of the Funky Meters playbook. “I’m a Closer/I’ll be the last to go,” Basile announces on the last track. If he continues to turn in this kind of performance, that’s a self-fulfilling prophecy. – Grant Britt Sweetspot Might as well call this a Duke Robillard release. Though it features Al Basile’s vocals throughout, producer Robillard sets the tone with his guitar on every one of the double CD’s 27 tracks, as he did when he was Basile’s boss in the Roomful Of Blues band.

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