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New Orleans Heat Import
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Par Leo H. Stakemiller - Publié sur Amazon.com
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New Orlean Heat, an Albert King collaboration with Allen Toussaint, is, in many ways, a step back in time, or an homage to the fifties and early sixties, when blues and r&b artists flocked to Cosmo's to cut records with the funk talent of the crescent city. Albert is his usual smooth, velvet bulldozer on vocals, and arrangements are good, if not cutting edge. A lot less of the NO style funk than one might expect. The guitar work is subdued, so if you are expecting a lot of heat in New Orleans Heat. prepare to be underwhelmed. Not a lot of "talking wire" here. Perhaps the song choices and arrangements tended to muzzle Albert's well-known guitar excitement, the be a team player approach. Surprisingly, the liner notes give no mention of the backup female vocalists, and perhaps a few other members of the team. The foregoing disparagements aside, this is a fine album and one any AK fan needs in his collection to represent his Tomato years, in much the same way a Freddie King fan needs Texas Cannonball to represent his Shelter years. Just don't expect Born Under a Bad Sign meets the Meters.
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Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Al Toussaint and his swampland badlanders take King on a funky blues ride in their neck of the woods. Not that King's Stax-Memphis blues wasn't phunkay enough. Everything about N'Awleens is styled just a little bit different than the rest of the nation, and this CD is no exception. Sublime, indeed, is King's redux of the standard, "The Very Thought of You"--so great that it compelled me to search for this CD. "We All Wanna Boogie", "Get Out My Life Woman", "Angel of Mercy", great tunes, all. Aw, heck. Get the CD, put it in your player, and let it ride. Then search out some of King's greatest on Stax--"I'll Play the Blues For You" and "Roadhouse Blues". Albert King was truly one of the most underrated artists of all time. Most of us who knows blues, though, love Albert.
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Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
This is a wonderful recording (1978). If you're the kind of person that sits up and notices when you hear real talent, then pay attention to this one. It is "pure" Albert King, in every sense of the word; the New Orleans studio musicians are so tight and so there for him, they let him shine. The bass was so good, I had to see who it was: George Porter Jr. Excellent funk to some arrangements and the horns are icing on the cake: tight, tight but so relaxed at the same time. I don't know if you can get horns like that anywhere BUT New Orleans... One of my very, very favorite albums... (Born Under A Bad Sign The Very Thought Of You I Get Evil Angel Of Mercy I Got The Blues We All Wanna Boogie The Feeling Get Out Of My Life Woman Flat Tire)
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Par D. Moore - Publié sur Amazon.com
Everybody's playing from charts on this CD. That's my kind of HELL! When I think of Allen Toussaint, stiff lack-luster arrangements do not come to mind. Big dissappointment - huge. New Orleans Heat? Sure doesn't sound like anybody broke a sweat, or maybe I just couldn't hear it over the full orchestra back-up. At times this reminds me of the theme song to Shaft.
Par R. Hale - Publié sur Amazon.com
This is not my favorite Albert album ever but if you are a collector of blues like I am and have all the other Albert albums this is a good listen while it is not in heavy rotation on my Ipod it is a good listen every once in awhile so if you love Albert like I do pick this one up if you are new and looking for your first Albert album I suggest Born Under a Bad Sign or Blues Power well there is a list that I would recommend over this one but if you are like me and have all those others this is a good one to add to your collection plus at the sale price at the time I bought it, 5.99, I could not pass it up
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