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T-Bone Blues [Atlantic]
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Album: T-Bone Blues [Atlantic]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Papa Ain't Salty
2)    Why Not - (bonus track)
3)    T-Bone Shuffle
4)    Play on Little Girl
5)    T-Bone Blues Special - (bonus track)
6)    Mean Old World
7)    T-Bone Blues
8)    Call It Stormy Monday
9)    Blues For Marili
10)    Shufflin' the Blues
11)    Evenin'
12)    Two Bones and a Pick
13)    You Don't Know What You're Doing - (bonus track)
14)    How Long Blues - (bonus track)
15)    Blues Rock
 

Album: T-Bone Blues [Atlantic]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Papa Ain't Salty
2)    Why Not - (bonus track)
3)    T-Bone Shuffle
4)    Play on Little Girl
5)    T-Bone Blues Special - (bonus track)
6)    Mean Old World
7)    T-Bone Blues
8)    Call It Stormy Monday
9)    Blues For Marili
10)    Shufflin' the Blues
11)    Evenin'
12)    Two Bones and a Pick
13)    You Don't Know What You're Doing - (bonus track)
14)    How Long Blues - (bonus track)
15)    Blues Rock
 
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Performer Notes
  • Personnel includes: T-Bone Walker (vocals, guitar); Earl Palmer, Eddie Chamblee.
  • Producers: Ahmet Ertegun, Jerry Wexler, Nesuhi Ertegun.
  • Recorded between 1955 and 1957.
  • The last truly indispensable disc of the great guitar hero's career, and perhaps the most innately satisfying of all, these mid-'50s recordings boast magnificent presence, with T-Bone Walker's axe so crisp and clear it seems as though he's sitting right next to you as he delivers a luxurious remake of "Call It Stormy Monday." Atlantic took some chances with Walker, dispatching him to Chicago for a 1955 date with Junior Wells and Jimmy Rogers that produced "Why Not" and "Papa Ain't Salty." Even better were the 1956-1957 L.A. dates that produced the scalding instrumental "Two Bones and a Pick" (which finds Walker dueling it out with nephew R.S. Rankin and jazzman Barney Kessel). ~ Bill Dahl
Professional Reviews
Q (1/95, p.280) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...Walker took the electric guitar torch from Charlie Christian, held it high with grace and dignity, and then passed it to Buddy Guy and Hendrix....stronger than dirt, tougher than tough, bluesy as the deep blue sea."
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