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Earl King - Sexual Telepathy (1990)

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Earl King - Sexual Telepathy (1990)

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1. Old Mr. Bad Luck - 3:10
2. I'll Take You Back Home - 2:44
3. I'm Still Holding On - 4:38
4. Time for the Sun To Rise - 4:48
5. One and One - 2:15
6. Seduction - 5:03
7. Love Is The Way Of Life - 4:12
8. Sexual Telepathy - 3:53			play
9. (Happy Little Nobody's) Waggy Tail Dog - 4:28	play
10. Always A First Time - 3:43
11. Make A Better World - 4:11

Earl King - Guitar, Piano, Vocals
Ron Levy - Piano, Organ
Snooks Eaglin - Guitar tr.7,11
George Porter Jr. - Bass, Vocals
Kenny Blevins - Drums
The Kamikaze Horns
The Broadcasters on tr.2,3,6,8 is:
Ronnie Earl - Guitar
Richard Reed - Piano Organ
Steve Gomes - Bass; 
Per Hanson – Drums
and on tr.10 with:
Derek O'Brien - Guitar
Floyd Domino - Organ
Sarah Brown - Bass; 
George Raines – Drums


With backing by Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters, The Antone's House Band, and fellow New Orleans geniuses Snooks Eaglin and (The Meters) George Porter, Jr., Earl King delivers a standout album of ballads, funk, and uptempo boogies. Lyrically he covers things with humor, sensitivity, and invention. Songs like wry "Old Mr Bad Luck", the spiritual trance-like "Time For the Sun to Rise", the cautionary "No One More for the Road" and the ribald title cut echo in the memory long after listening. This is no down and out blues singer-- even when dealing with grim topics, King's turn of phrase and optimism (esp. "Make a Better World") lift the songs to another realm. His voice is gritty but warm in a spoken singing way and his guitar is percussive and biting. It's no wonder Jimi Hendrix, SRV and countless others have covered his songs and cited him as an influence.If you're having a party, bring some Earl King and let the "Sexual Telepathy" of his music get you and yours on the dance floor-- or on the floor..... ---Frederick Rudofsky


Reunited with a more sympathetic New Orleans rhythm section (bassist George Porter, Jr., and drummer Kenny Blevins) and a funkier horn section, King excelled handsomely on this uncommonly strong outing. As we've come to expect from him, he brought a sheaf of new originals to the sessions, from a saucy "Sexual Telepathy" to a heartwarming "Happy Little Nobody's Waggy Tail Dog." Remakes of his "Always a First Time" and "A Weary Silent Night" were welcome inclusions (especially since we can't easily lay our hands on the originals!). ---Bill Dahl, allmusic.com

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