Carl Weathersby | Live at Rosa's Lounge

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Live at Rosa's Lounge

by Carl Weathersby

Carl Weathersby is a blues force of nature who has toured worldwide. This is his first release in 10 years; it was recorded over two unforgettable nights at Rosa's Lounge in Chicago. This is an instant classic, with raw power, elegance, and soul to spare.
Genre: Blues: Chicago Style
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Travelin' Man (Live)
3:31 $1.25
2. Danger All About (Live)
4:00 $1.25
3. Feels Like Rain (Live)
6:26 $1.25
4. Help Me Somebody (Live)
5:00 $1.25
5. Looking out My Window (Live)
4:09 $1.25
6. We All Wanna Boogie (Live)
5:03 $1.25
7. Somebody Help Me (Live)
5:59 $1.25
8. Willingly (Live)
5:12 $1.25
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Carl Weathersby is a senior blues master who has been around too long to be as unnoticed as he is. Without slavish imitation, his playing bears in full the fruits of Weathersby's apprenticeship with the great Albert King, whom the young Carl understudied years ago, absorbing the King's impeccable use of timing, and his command of the microtonal magic that only an authentic bluesman can summon up to bare his inner feelings. His vocals demonstrate the years spent with the blues, rooted in Gospel. Strong and honest, the phrases of both guitar and voice resound -- and are the core of this bluesman's life and work. The fear is that years from now people will wonder why he wasn't given more attention, why more blues fans didn't give him his due. Perhaps it is because the man himself is kind, unassuming, and modest. No crazy rumors, scandals, or vicious attitudes bring him to the surface, just the music--only the music. It is time the blues world took notice. - Larry Hoffman



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