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Texas Guitar Killers (1995)

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T-Bone Walker
1 My Baby Left Me
2 Come Back To Me Baby
3 I Can't Stand Being Away From You
4 She Is Going To Ruin Me

Gatemouth Brown
5 Gatemouth Boogie
6 Guitar In My Hand
7 After Sunset
8 Without Me Baby

Lowell Fulson
9 Night And Day
10 Double Trouble Blues
11 Stormin' And Rainin'
12 Good Woman Blues

Lightnin' Hopkins
13 All Through My Dreams
14 Mean And Evil Blues

Smokey Hogg
15 Up Today — Down Tomorrow
16 Great Mama Blues
17 Worrin' Blues
18 Need My Help
19 In This World Alone
20 Key To My Door


T-Bone Walker
1 The Hustle Is On
2 Baby Broke My Heart
3 Evil Hearted Woman
4 No Reason
5 Look Me In The Eye
6 Too Lazy

Pee Wee Crayton
7 When It Rains It Pours
8 Daybreak

Lowell Fulson
9 Blues Don't Leave Me
10 Blues Never Fail
11 Chuck With The Boys
12 You Gotta Reap

Smokey Hogg
13 When I've Been Drinking
14 I Gotta Ride
15 Tear Me Down
16 Train Whistle
17 My Baby's Gone
18 Peace Of Mind
19 Oo-Oo-Wee

Oscar Lee Bradley 	Drums
Hadda Brooks 	Piano
Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown 	Guitar, Vocals
Nick Cooper 	Trumpet
Pee Wee Crayton 	Guitar, Vocals
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis 	Sax (Tenor)
Maxwell Davis 	Sax (Tenor)
Frank Derrick 	Sax (Alto)
Lowell Fulson 	Guitar, Vocals
Martin Fulson 	Guitar
Moses Grant 	Sax (Tenor)
William K. "Billy" Hadnott 	Bass
Edward Hale 	Sax (Alto)
Andrew "Smokey" Hogg 	Guitar, Vocals
Lightnin' Hopkins 	Guitar, Vocals
Eddie Hutcherson 	Trumpet
Nathan Joseph 	Sax (Alto)
Melvin Moore 	Trumpet
T-Bone Walker 	Guitar, Vocals
Al Wichard 	Drums
L.C. Williams 	Vocals
Buddy Woodson 	Bass
Jim Wynn 	Sax (Alto), Sax (Baritone)
Marl Young 	Piano


Part of Capitol's ongoing development of its vaults, this two-disc set was produced by the late Pete Welding. The 39 cuts feature T-Bone Walker, Gatemouth Brown, Lowell Fulson, Lightnin' Hopkins, Smokey Hogg and Pee-Wee Crayton, with sides drawn from their stints with Imperial and Aladdin. While the intent is to represent Texas blues artists from those labels (with recordings from 1945 to 1953), the result is a fascinating conglomeration of styles that have a bit less to do with guitar than the album title would lead one to believe. Still, it's a fine compilation, wonderfully produced, marvelously annotated and a lot of fun to listen to -- T-Bone Walker, particularly, was a fine jazz vocalist, as well as a brilliant guitar player whose onstage antics provided the model for Chuck Berry. ---Steven McDonald, allmusic.com


Texas Blues. A geographical subgenre earmarked by a more relaxed, swinging feel than other styles of blues, Texas Blues encompasses a number of style variations and has a long, distinguished history. Its earliest incarnation occurred in the mid-'20s, featuring acoustic guitar work rich in filigree patterns -- almost an extension of the vocals rather than merely a strict accompaniment to it. This version of Texas blues embraced both the songster and country-blues traditions, with its lyrics relying less on affairs of the heart than other forms. The next stage of development in the region's sound came after World War II, bringing forth a fully electric style that featured jazzy, single-string soloing over predominantly horn-driven backing. The style stays current with a raft of regional performers primarily working in a small combo context. --- allmusic.com

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