Paul DeLay - DeLay Does Chicago (1999) MP3/Flac

Paul DeLay - DeLay Does Chicago (1999)
Artist: Paul DeLay
Title Of Album: DeLay Does Chicago
Year Of Release: 1999
Label: Evidence Music
Genre: Modern Electric Blues, Electric Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 50:20
Total Size: 137 Mb

Covers: Full
01. Beautiful Bones (3:18)
02. Brave Woman (4:55)
03. All Cried Out (4:24)
04. Leave Me Alone (6:24)
05. Come On Home (4:02)
06. El Train (5:08)
07. Wait (4:06)
08. Ain't Foolin' Round (2:30)
09. What's Coming Next (5:13)
10. Only Me (3:39)
11. Graet Big Kid (4:03)
12. Oak Street Beach (2:33)
After six albums of blues harmonica playing that defies all the rules, deLay comes to Chicago, hooks up with the Johnny Burgin band, and cuts a nice, relaxed record in the 1950s Chicago style. But that doesn't mean that deLay turned in a bunch of old Little Walter and Muddy Waters tunes from his record collection for this one. Instead, he wrote -- or co-wrote with various bandmembers -- every tune on here, with many of them ("Beautiful Bones," "Oak Street Beach," "All Cried Out") tipping their stylistic hat in the direction of Junior Wells and Buddy Guy's efforts on the classic Hoodoo Man Blues album. Zora Young guests on "Come on Home," and Jimmy Dawkins contributes some nasty, stinging guitar on "El Train" and "What's Coming Next." But as always, deLay's stratospheric explorations on his harp (especially his swinging work with the chromatic) are the big ticket, and tracks like "Brave Woman," the Elmore-styled "Wait," and "Only Me" provide plenty of harmonica fireworks. If this is a side project between albums with his regular working band, then the infusion of new blood and new surroundings combine to make this one of the most accessible albums of his career. ~Review by Cub Koda

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