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Imperial Crowns - 25 Live (2018)

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Imperial Crowns - 25 Live (2018)
WEB FLAC (tracks) ~ 954.57 Mb | 02:21:59 | Cover
Blues Rock | Country: USA | Label: Dixiefrog

J J Holiday has got a big greezy sound when he plays his axe. A stone soul poet of the slide guitar, he carries the Delta in his ass pocket. He's played on all kinds of modern shit, some movies etc. But his debut was as thee unknown sideman on the last known recordings made for the now defunct Paramount label's famed 13,000 race series (Paramount Records: Home of Blind Lemon Jefferson, Hokum Boys, Biddleville Quintette & The Jubilee Gospel Team). He was just about to embark on his solo career for their satellite label QRS, when all holy hell broke loose due to that big crash of 19 and 29. Paramount folded up shop right quick.

Suddenly in those meatless and wheatless days, JJ spilt for the Windy City. He served as a "Pinko" during the 1930s labor wars. Through the 40s, he continued to accompany some of the great blues legends from those grand old days gone by and pioneered the first electric musical saw. He continued performing with it at barndances across the North Eastern US until meeting an untimely death in 19 and 58. Whilst playing during a stormy weekend hoedown, he was electrocuted in a super FREAK accident! 3 days after this, he arose in the Big Apple & opened up a little barbershop. He soon earned a reputation for shaving the best "O'Reilly" in town. He shaves 'em dry n' close folks! Circa '62, he was "rediscovered" by the TV legend Lloyd Thaxton in a Greenwich Village coffee shop. Through the 60s he played for throngs, albeit very dirty, hippies in the post-folk scenes... gave a shot at the glitter & punk scenes, but failed miserably. Back to Chicago, broke & long forgotten, by the winter of '81 he was found laying frozen in the snow round Christmas time... dead again! So who was Justin Jesting anyway? Who is Mr. Holiday's mom? Called her Grandma. Well folks, J J Holiday really knows how to raise a RUKUS! ...and a little sand too! Grandma and Grandpa will love him just as much as the teenagers too!

Track List:
01 - Altar Of Love (00:06:28)
02 - Big Boy (00:04:49)
03 - Big Chief (00:07:06)
04 - Big Love Generator (00:04:47)
05 - Blues Au Go Go (00:07:16)
06 - Blues Look Whatcha Done (00:05:02)
07 - Comin' Fuh Ya (00:05:33)
08 - Diamond Cane (00:04:49)
09 - Drop Down Mama (00:09:58)
10 - Hunt You Down (00:05:20)
11 - I Gotta Right (00:03:36)
12 - Mr. Jinx (00:03:35)
13 - Liberate (00:06:03)
14 - Lil' Death (00:05:49)
15 - Love Blues (00:04:30)
16 - Love T.K.O. (00:07:04)
17 - Miz Aphrodite (00:05:30)
18 - Papa Lawd (00:05:26)
19 - Ramblin' Woman Blues (00:12:34)
20 - Restless Soul (00:04:47)
21 - Soul Deep Freak (00:04:22)
22 - Star Of The West (00:04:39)
23 - The Calling (00:04:33)
24 - The River (00:04:49)
25 - 93 Blues (00:03:29)

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