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son premier album studio merveilleux pour la célèbre usine de soul Motown. Aucune âme ici, mais droites, puissants, à l'ouest guitare blues secondaires forts et électrique. Contient 21 minutes de matériel inédit, et bon. Essential.
The Stumble *
It's Been A Long Time *
Take My Love *
Sweet Home Chicago *
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Morceaux à écouter : bad news, Cut you A-loose, The stumble (un reprise slide-speed-blues-boogie de Freddy King) et Sweet Home chicago du father Robert Johnson.
J'ai mis 4 étoiles car le son (bien que remastérisé) sature sur la voix de Luther Allison sur certains morceaux.
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I first dug up a dusty vinyl copy of this Motown release, and was struck by it's sound. Generally simple arrangements, but they conveyed a young Allison's determination. As far as I know, he was the only blues artist on Motown, at a time when the label was still in power on the production of soul/R&B hits for the Supremes, the Temptations and the like.
Mostly standards, Allison tears through "Little Red Rooster," "Evil Is Going On" and "Dust My Broom" and makes them his own. The funky "Raggedy and Dirty" remains one of my favorite personal tracks, and I detect a little Jimi Hendrix in there somewhere.
On this CD, the bonus tracks are a great addition, Allison's version of "Sweet Home Chicago" and songs like "Take My Love" really filling things out.
A great document on the early Allison. His roots weren't just in the blues, as his career would bear out. I can't say enough about this one, it's special in more ways than one.
Highlights are Allison's own funky "Raggedy and Dirty", his humming/moaning accompaniment to his guitar licks on the title track, and a smoldering version of "Little Red Rooster". All the songs are great though, and provide an excellent backdrop for Luther's stinging guitar attack. Kudos to Motown for reissuing this material and giving fans some extra glimpses of this late bluesman's talent. I plan on purchasing the other Motown Allison remasters in the near future. Get this album, turn it up loud, and you too can get hip.
I always think of "The Little Red Rooster" and "Evil (is Going On)" as Howlin' Wolf songs but they were written by Willie Dixon. Either way these songs - and Elmore James' "Dust My Broom" - do not appear on many must hear play lists. At least not in the 21st century. But, Luther Allison, especially on Little Red Rooster, adds radical guitar tangents that eventually, construct a most appropriate and effective "barnyard" sound from his distinctly already wild (blues) guitar.
There are four Bonus Tracks highlighted by the Allison composition "It's Been a Long Time". This is one of those 10:30 minute special studio moments that if Luther could have recorded after his eventual move to France ( LOVE Me PapA, for example, 1977) it would have made the original album. This song was just too long to appear on Bad News Is Coming original 7 song set. But, this bonus song is nothing short of brilliant with guitar and drum (Andrew Smith) jam eventually receiving a memorable bass riff from Andrew Smith (again)!
This remastered album sounds very strong and was a steal. I believe I paid $4.99 for this! Liner notes are informative too!
If you like Luther Allison's newer (90's) more rock-driven, solo styled stuff you really should enjoy these blues too!
It just sounds cool. And his singing voice was made for soulful blues. He is sometimes harder to understand in his (still great) later "Soul Fixin' Man" LIVE performing stage.