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Earl King - The Sonet Blues Story (1977)

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Earl King - The Sonet Blues Story (1977)

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1 	Let's Make A Better World 	
2 	Trick Bag 	
3 	Do, Re, Mi 	
4 	One And One 	
5 	Time For The Sun To Rise 	
6 	Always A First Time 	
7 	Baby Sittin' 	
8 	Mama And Papa 	
9 	The Panic's On 	
10 	Come Let The Good Times Roll

Bass – George French 
Drums – Bob French
Piano – Maurice Richard 
Tenor Saxophone – Dave Lastie
Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Clarence Ford
Vocals, Guitar – Earl King

 

This killer little set features the great Earl King doing what he does best, playing R&B-oriented blues and jump tunes. Recorded in 1977 for the Sonet label -- a label that imported American blues greats to play with British and European session players -- this volume is ragged but right. There is an exercise in funky blues on "Trick Bag." But it's the more driving, soul-oriented tunes that work best, as evidenced by "Always a First Time," "Time for That Sun to Rise," and "The Picnic's On." ---Thom Jurek, AllMusic Review

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