Styles: Modern Electric Blues, Southern Soul-Blues, Rhythm'n'Blues Recorded: 1998 Released: 2000 File: mp3 @ 320 kbps Size: 111.30 MB Time: 47:02 Art: Full
1. Let's Work Together - 4:17 2. Why Do You Worry Me - 3:18 3. Mercy On My Soul - 4:08 4. Someday Things Are Gonna Change - 2:47 5. We've Been Wrong - 4:04 6. Hello My Lover - 3:06 7. Rock Me One More Time - 3:38 8. Blue And Miserably Unhappy - 4:19 9. I Don't Need You Now - 2:44 10. Give Me Love - 3:19 11. Something's Wrong - 2:59 12. Best Of Luck To You - 4:20 13. Be Good Or Be Gone - 4:02
Personnel: Roscoe SHELTON, Earl GAINES - Vocals Fred James - Guitar Phil Rugh - Organ, Piano Dennis Taylor - Alto, Tenor & Baritone Saxophones Jeff Davis - Bass Herb Shucher - Drums
Note: The dynamic vocal duo of Roscoe Shelton & Earl Gaines rocks with gospel fervor on Let's Work Together. Backed by the B.B. King-inspired guitarist Fred James and his group, these two rich R&B voices from the '50s wail individually and in harmony on several of Shelton's soul-laden originals as well as on Wilbert Harrison's title track. It doesn't get any bluer than "Blue and Miserably Unhappy," a showcase for Shelton. And it doesn't get any more impassioned than "Mercy on My Soul," Gaines' solo feature. Powerfully good.