The Crudup Brothers Franktown Blues (blues)(mp3@320)[rogercc][h333t] (Size: 165.75 MB)
THE CRUDUP BROTHERS FRANKTOWN BLUES
Original Year 2001
This is the first recording by the three sons of blues pioneer Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup, who wrote Elvis' huge hit "That's Alright Mama"; James, Jonas & George are joined on this album by a number of legendary performers.
01. That's Alright Mama [04:40]
02. Greyhound Bus [05:29]
03. Mean Old Frisco Blues [04:42]
04. Going Down In Style [05:12]
05. Franktown Blues [04:08]
06. Who's Talking [04:49]
07. Memories Of Miseries [04:34]
08. My Kind Of Woman [03:12]
09. Fur Slippers [03:29]
10. When Love Is On His Knees [04:47]
11. Something On My Mind [05:07]
12. Move A Little Closer [03:41]
13. Old And Grey [04:36]
14. Look On Yonders Wall [04:18]
15. She's Got The Key [03:44]
16. Malibu Jammin' For James [05:54]
Recorded at Master Sound, Virginia Beach, Virginia; Reflections, New Reflections, Nashville, Tennessee; Ardent Studios, Memphis, Tennessee.
The Crudup Brothers: Jonas Crudup (vocals, guitar); George Crudup (vocals, bass); James Crudup (vocals, drums).
Additional personnel includes: Joe Hichliffe, Lonnie Mack, Tom Parks (guitar); Greg "Fingers" Taylor (harmonica); Wayne Jackson, Andrew Love (horns); Dinzel Cofey, Michael Utley (keyboards); Tim Drummond (bass); Essra Mohawk (background vocals).