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Little Freddie King - Messin' Around Tha House (2008) Lossless

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38008828b54990aaedd7e047455c64a7.jpg [b]Artist[/b]: Little Freddie King [b]Title Of Album[/b]: Messin' Round Tha House [b]Year Of Release[/b]: 2008 [b]Label[/b]: MadeWright Records [b]Genre[/b]: Blues, Modern Electric Blues, New Orleans Blues [b]Quality[/b]: Flac [b]Bitrate[/b]: Lossless [b]Total Time[/b]: 54:29 Min [b]Total Size[/b]: 363 Mb (covers) [u][b]Tracklist:[/b][/u] 01. Messin' Round Tha House 02. Can't Do Nothing Babe 03. Dig Me A Hole 04. Goin Out Da Mountain 05. Sad Sad News 06. The Things I Used To Do 07. Kinghead Shuffle 08. Bad News 09. Goin' Upstairs 10. Washerteria Woman
The latest CD from New Orleans resident country blues legend is very much a mixed bag. The bulk of Messin' Around Tha House is comprised of some very fine, simple, small combo blues. However it also contains some remixed left over tracks King did a few years ago for Fat Possum Records that were part of the label's attempt to remix the blues to make them seem more modern. Let's just say the blues were lost in the remixing process on those three tracks, but the recent songs prove that King has actually improved with age. He has developed an attractive, unforced, authentic blues sound that might remind you a little of Smokey Smothers. Originals here worth noting are the pleading "Can't Do Nothing Babe," and the rambling "Bad News." There's also a salute to King's mentor, Freddy King, on the instrumental "Kinghead Shuffle." King's timing is often quirky, but the band really hangs in, not overpowering King and supplying just the right backing. If you can filter out the afore-mentioned rabble, this is a damn good blues CD.
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