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Stomp! The Blues Tonight
 : Stomp! The Blues Tonight



by: Duke Robillard


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Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0772532134224
Feature: Stony Plain Music
Item Dimensions: 4550013575
Label: Stony Plain Music
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Stony Plain Music
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: June 02, 2009
Publisher: Stony Plain Music
Release Date: June 02, 2009
Studio: Stony Plain Music

Features:
  • Stony Plain Music



Disc 1:
  1. Stomp The Blues Tonight
  2. Do Me Right
  3. Three Hours Past Midnight
  4. Baby You Don't Know
  5. I Wanna Hug You, Kiss You, Squeeze You
  6. Frankie And Johnny
  7. Look But Don't Touch
  8. Playful Baby
  9. Million Dollar Secret
  10. Jumpin' The Bone
  11. Hands Off!
  12. Money's Gettin' Cheaper
  13. For You My Love
  14. Tore Up
  15. Ain't Nobody's Business
  16. Early In The Morning
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Duke Robillard hits another one out of the ballpark as his 16th album for Stony Plain turns the clock back to the rockin' R&B of the '40s and '50s

Duke Robillard's long and amazingly fruitful relationship with Stony Plain Records has produced some astonishing music - and his latest for the label adds horns and digs deep into the riotous, raunchy, rockin' '40s and '50s R&B that helped launch rock and roll.
One of the most versatile and accomplished guitarists playing today, Robillard has always been fascinated by the roots of American popular music - and he's tackled everything from blues to the classic American songbook to jazz guitar duets, rock-influenced trios, small and big band swing recordings.
Stomp! The Blues Tonight is certainly different from anything else Robillard has recorded for the Edmonton, Alberta-based label. Adding a strong horn section on many of the tracks - anchored by long-term colleagues Doug James on baritone and tenor, and Rich Lataille on tenor and alto - makes sure that tunes like "Stomp the Blues Tonight", "Do Me Right", "Look and Don't Touch", "Tore Up" and "Playful Baby" roar out of your speakers. A rock solid rhythm section, and Bruce Bears' inspired piano playing gives the tunes the lift they need.
And there's also a revival of "Money's Getting Cheaper" - a song for the New Depression if ever there was one. Originally popularized by Charles Brown, it became a staple in the repertoire of Jimmy Witherspoon, with a different title, "Time's Getting Tougher than Tough."

This is great, honking, squawking, sax and guitar driven music. The early years of R&B saw the making of fabulous American music, and the new CD is proof you can recreate the past, twist it up a bit, make it sound as tough as it used to.
Play Stomp! The Blues Tonight as loud as your speakers go. Oh, yes, and dance!



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