quarta-feira, 6 de fevereiro de 2019

Forrest McDonald With Raymond Victor & The 3D Blues Band - What's It Gonna Take (2000)

                                                                Forrest McDonald
Reviewed By Blues Revue Journeyman guitarist Forrest McDonald and veteran vocalist and pianist Raymond Victor blend elements of vintage Chicago and Texas blues with elements of soul, R&B and funk. Victor is a blues singer with depth. Over the years this duo has performed with such luminaries as John Lee Hooker Luther Tucker Charlie Musselwhite Bobby Womack and Bobby Blue Bland. The discs version of Ode to Billy Joe is by itself worth the price of admission: this one is a crowning achievement. Finger Lickin Blues covers a lot of ground and Forrest McDonald mixes his ingredients well. Bob Margolin s haunting slide guitar, spooking along behind the verse, should send chills up the spine of any blues aficionado. McDonald s sparse, understated rhythm guitar here is mesmerizing. There could be no better proof that less is more.


01. Work Work 

02. Early In The Morning 

03. Times Getting Tougher 

04. Slippin' Out 

05. Southern Exposure 

06. Call My Baby 

07. Bad Day 

08. Two Bones And A Pick 

09. Mean Old World 

10. California Baby 

11. Roll On Katy 

12. Red Sunglasses 

13. Skid Row Blues 

14. Alligator 

15. Rolling Down The River 

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