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Smoky Greenwell - South Louisiana Blues (2016)

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Smoky Greenwell - South Louisiana Blues (2016)

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1. Animal Angels (3:32)
2. Let's Work Together (4:35)
3. Boogie Twist (4:05)
4. Lonesome Lonely Blues (4:20)
5. You Can't Take It With You (4:01)
6. Pick It Up (4:17)
7. I Had A Dream Last Night (3:43)
8. I'm Glad She's Mine (3:55)
9. Two Headed Wonan (5:05)
10. The Hunch (4:32)
11. Dirt Road Blues (4:59)
12. Walking With Mr. Lee (2:36)

Smoky Greenwell – Harmonica, Tenor Saxophone, Vocals
Jack Kolb – Guitar
David Hyde – Bass Guitar
Pete Bradish - Drums, Vocals

 

South Louisiana Blues Featuring Harmonica, Sax, Guitar, B3 organ , piano and a really tight band.

South Louisiana Blues is the result of some fortuitous circumstances among Smoky Greenwell’s band members, all of whom have been working steadily in the New Orleans for decades in blues, jazz, and other Louisiana genres. Smoky’s bands produce a special chemistry that has been noted by writers and reviewers throughout his forty year career here. Smoky, a former member of WAR, has long been associated with Johnny Neel (the Allman Brothers), Warren Haines (Government Mule), and numerous of New Orleans’ best musicians. Appropriately, the players on this recording include some of the top tier of New Orleans’ mucicians: Jack Kolb, David Hyde, Doug Belote, Wilie Pankar, Joe Krown, Johnny Neel, Pete Bradish, and Lynn Drury.

All of these songs were written by south Louisiana songwriters. ---cdbaby.com

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