T-Bone Walker - The Talkin Guitar (1990)

T-Bone Walker - The Talkin Guitar (1990)

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Artist: T-Bone Walker
Title Of Album: The Talkin' Guitar
Year Of Release: 1990
Label: Blues Encore
Genre: Texas Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbs, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 69:07
Total Size: 177 Mb
Covers: Full
01. Bobby Sox Blues (2:39)
02. Call It Stormy Monday (3:01)
03. Lonesome Woman Blues (2:23)
04. Too Much Trouble Blues (2:39)
05. Hypin' Women Blues (2:49)
06. Vacation Blues (2:53)
07. So Blues Blues (3:07)
08. Strollin' With Bones (2:29)
09. You Don't Love Me (2:55)
10. Travelin' Blues (2:20)
11. Evil Hearted Woman (2:36)
12. Glamour Girl (2:44)
13. The Hustle (2:29)
14. Alimony Blues (2:39)
15. Say! Pretty Baby (2:24)
16. I'm About To Lose My Mind (2:22)
17. Cold Cold Feeling (3:10)
18. Blues Is A Woman (2:46)
19. I Got The Blues (2:55)
20. Blue Mood (2:50)
21. Railroad Station Blues (2:41)
22. Play On Little Girl (2:31)
23. T-Bone Blues Special (2:36)
24. Two Bone And A Pick (2:50)
25. Mean Old World (4:07)
Modern electric blues guitar can be traced directly back to this Texas-born pioneer, who began amplifying his sumptuous lead lines for public consumption circa 1940 and thus initiated a revolution so total that its tremors are still being felt today.
Few major postwar blues guitarists come to mind that don't owe T-Bone Walker an unpayable debt of gratitude. B.B. King has long cited him as a primary influence, marveling at Walker's penchant for holding the body of his guitar outward while he played it. Gatemouth Brown, Pee Wee Crayton, Goree Carter, Pete Mayes, and a wealth of other prominent Texas-bred axemen came stylistically right out of Walker during the late '40s and early '50s. Walker's nephew, guitarist R.S. Rankin, went so far as to bill himself as T-Bone Walker, Jr. for a 1962 single on Dot, "Midnight Bells Are Ringing" (with his uncle's complete blessing, of course; the two had worked up a father-and-son-type act long before that).
Aaron Thibeault Walker was a product of the primordial Dallas blues scene. His stepfather, Marco Washington, stroked the bass fiddle with the Dallas String Band, and T-Bone followed his stepdad's example by learning the rudiments of every stringed instrument he could lay his talented hands on. One notable visitor to the band's jam sessions was the legendary Blind Lemon Jefferson. During the early '20s, Walker led the sightless guitarist from bar to bar as the older man played for tips. ~Bio by Bill Dahl

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