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BIG DADDY KINSEY AND SONS Blind Pig 73489 Can't Let Go ● CD $15.98

BIG DADDY KINSEY & SONS: Can't Let Go/ Dancin' Shoes/ Do You Need Me Like I Need You?/ Going To New York/ Hard Life/ Howlin' Wolf/ I'm A Lover/ It's Over/ Kinsey's Mood Too/ Meanest Woman

 
THE KINSEY REPORT Alligator 4758 Edge Of The City ● CD $11.98
Includes No Stranger To The Blues which appears only on CD and Corner Of The Blanket previously on Alligator 7707 The New Bluebloods.

 
THE KINSEY REPORT Alligator 4775 Midnight Drive ● CD $16.98

 
EDDIE KIRKLAND Telarc 83424 Lonely Street ● CD $17.98
New recordings of gritty bluesman with guest artists and additional information accessible on a computer.

 
LOUISIANA BOB KIRKPATRICK Topcat 2012 Drive Across Texas ● CD $14.98
16 tracks, 57 min, recommended U.S. issue of Red Lightnin' 099. Born in Louisiana, based in Texas, Kirkpatrick takes the best of both styles on this fine collection, recorded In England with the Steve Coleridge, with Steve on fine harp & Bob on hot guitar. The final tune is a nice reading of Black Night, the rest are all originals including a long & short version of Remember, plus Born In Louisiana/ Dallas Woman/ Please Don't Waste My Time/ Tried So Hard (To Leave You), title track.(GM)

 
MARIE KNIGHT Gospel Friend 1500 Hallelujah What A Song! ● CD $14.98
22 tracks recorded between 1946 and 51 by this fine and important gospel vocalist. Includes collaborations with the Sam Price Trio/ Quartet, The Nightingales, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, The Susnet Four and others.

 
SMOKIN' JOE KUBEK BAND Bullseye Blues 9510 Steppin' Out Texas Style ● CD $15.98
Solid set of contemporary Texas blues by quartet fronted by the energetic guitar work if Joe Kubek. Vocals are by second guitarist B'nois King who is a relatively undistinguished singer. Gues musicians include Ron Levy on piano and organ, Greg Wright on tenor sax and "Tino" Barker on baritone sax. Songs include originals plus tunes from B.B. King, Willie Dixon, Jimmy McCracklin and others. (FS)

 
SMOKIN' JOE KUBEK BAND Bullseye Blues 9524 Chain Smokin' Texas Style ● CD $17.98
Kubek earned his reputation playing behind Al "TNT" Braggs, Freddie King and others, but didn't really move into the national limelight until Steppin' Out Texas Style (Bullseye 9510). His second release once again has smoldering guitar tuned to the key of blues as he works through a set of originals and well-chosen covers, including a top-notch version of Willie Dixon's Love To Live The Life and T-Bone Walker's Little Girl. On Come By Here he proves himself to be a master of the slide too. The 2nd guitar of Bnois King is a power to be reckoned with as well, and his lead vocals, while not superb, are more than adequate, especially on Just For A Little While. Bet these guys could tear a bar into tiny pieces. (JC)

 
SMOKIN' JOE KUBEK BAND Bullseye Blues 9543 Texas Cadillac ● CD $17.98

 

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