Ladies Man
 : Ladies Man

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by: Pinetop Perkins

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Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0607735005326
Item Dimensions: 5055021475
Label: M.C. Records
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: M.C. Records
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: August 24, 2004
Publisher: M.C. Records
Release Date: January 01, 2004
Studio: M.C. Records

Disc 1:
  1. Meanest Woman (Feat. Deborah Coleman) - Pinetop Perkins
  2. Since I Lost My Baby - Susan Tedeschi
  3. Big Fat Mama - Pinetop Perkins
  4. He's Got Me Goin' - Madeleine Peyroux
  5. Chains of Love - Ruth Brown
  6. Kansas City - Pinetop Perkins
  7. Pinetop's New Boogie Woogie - Marcia Ball
  8. How Long - Elvin Bishop
  9. Hey Mr. Pinetop Perkins - Angela Strehli
  10. Trouble In Mind (Feat. Odetta) - Pinetop Perkins
  11. Careless Love - Ann Rabson
  12. Chicken Shack - Pinetop Perkins
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
This Grammy Nominated and Blues Music Award winning recording features duets musically or vocally with the finest women in roots and blues music. Madeleine Peyroux, Ruth Brown, Odetta, Deborah Coleman, Ann Rabson, Marcia Ball and Susan Tedeschi are included here. Many of these songs have never been recorded by Pinetop before.
At 91 and spry as a kit fox, dapper Mississippi native Joe Willie "Pinetop" Perkins is the reigning king of blues and boogie piano and, as the title suggests, still a charmer. Even when he's singing a tune as un-PC as "Big Fat Mama" ("with the meat shakin' on the bone"), his time-cured voice and playful phrasing have genuine appeal. Most engaging are the duets he sings with a half-dozen divas. They include Ruth Brown, whose wide-mouthed belting powers "Chains of Love"; Susan Tedeschi, who packs smoky beauty and soul into Ivory Joe Hunter's "Since I Lost My Baby"; and Angela Strehli, who puts her sassy Texas accent to work on her tribute "Hey Mr. Pinetop Perkins." Elvin Bishop plays elegant slide response to the call of Perkins's singing on "How Long." The hottest jamming, however, is on the instrumental "Pinetop's New Boogie Woogie," a two-piano variation on his signature tune. The joyfully dueling keys of Perkins and Marcia Ball offer a lesson in barrelhouse that crosses generations and their Texas and Delta roots. --Ted Drozdowski

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