Artist: Johnny Rawls Title Of Album: Remembering O.V. Year Of Release: 2013 Label: Catfood Records Genre: Blues Soul Format: MP3 Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz Total Time: 34:22 Total Size: 81 Mb Covers: Front
Tracklist: 01. Into Something (Can't Shake Loose) (Feat. Otis Clay) (3:59) 02. Precious, Precious (3:29) 03. Blind, Crippled And Crazy (2:51) 04. Poor Boy (3:17) 05. Nickel And A Nail (Feat. Otis Clay) (3:18) 06. Eight Men, Four Women (3:47) 07. Don't Let My Baby Ride (3:00) 08. Ace Of Spades (2:24) 09. I've Been Searching (3:27) 10. Blaze Of Glory (Feat. Otis Clay) (4:46) Johnny Rawls was O.V. Wright's band leader for five years while Johnny was still in his 20s. He kept the band together after the great singer's death, opening for and backing Little Johnny Taylor and others before starting his own solo career. Otis Clay, who recorded at the same studio in Memphis and was on the same label as O. V. Wright, appears as a guest artist. Otis was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame at the 2013 Blues Music Awards. His last four albums have all made top ten for radio play on blues charts with Red Cadillac reaching #1. Recorded at Sonic Ranch, with the Rays as the studio band and the Iveys singing background vocals. Mixed by multiple Grammy winner Jim Gaines and mastered by 2012 Grammy winner Brad Blackwood. Reviews: Remembering O.V. is smooth-sailing, full of fresh-sounding soul-blues that bears witness to Rawls' and his ace studio band the Rays' awareness of the timeless beauty in O.V.Wright music. The singer is an incandescent dynamo. The horn and rhythm sections imbue their contributions with vibrancy and a clear sense of shaping musical drama. --Frank-John Hadley, Downbeat reviewer At the center of the musical spectrum, there is blues. The craft has produced stars that have influenced all genres of music. Modern blues is having a golden era and a player with a hand firmly on that ring is Johnny Rawls. --Cashbox Johnny Rawls has carved a niche for himself as a master of soul-blues, delivering uptempo songs with solid pop hooks, as well as smooth vocals with just the right touch of grit and Stax-style horns. --Blues Revue If you're a fan of soul blues music, there is no reason why Remembering O.V. should not be in your collection. It's soul music at its finest by two of the genre's driving forces. As on other Catfood releases, The Rays provide superlative backing, with sweet background vocals from the Iveys. --Phoenix Blues Society Johnny Rawls has carved a niche for himself as a master of soul-blues, delivering uptempo songs with solid pop hooks, as well as smooth vocals with just the right touch of grit and Stax-style horns. --Blues Revue
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