- Performer Legendary Blues Band
- Title Money Talks
- Date of release 1993
- Style Electric Blues
- Other formats MP1 AC3 VOC MP3 AU MP2 RA
- Genre Blues
- Size MP3 1908 mb
- Size FLAC 1940 mb
- Rating: 4.9
- Votes: 928
The Legendary Blues Band was a Chicago blues band formed in 1980 after the breakup of Muddy Waters' band. In June 1980, Muddy Waters' backing musicians Willie "Big Eyes" Smith (drums), Pinetop Perkins (piano), Calvin "Fuzz" Jones (bass guitar), Luther Johnson (Guitar Junior) (guitar), Bob Margolin (guitar) and Jerry Portnoy (harmonica) quit over a salary dispute
Cool & Cocky Guys Night Out Late Night. Ronnie Earl, Pinetop Perkins, Calvin "Fuzz" Jones, Willie "Big Eyes" Smith. This CD is a fine showcase for guitarist Ronnie Earl, who is teamed with three members of the Legendary Blues Band (pianist Pinetop Perkins, bassist Calvin Jones and drummer Willie "Big Eyes" Smith), plus organist Bruce Katz. Although pianist Perkins takes vocals on most of the songs and bassist Jones sings on two of the numbers, nearly each selection has plenty of solo space for Earl and Perkins.
willie big eyes smith, willie big eyes smith music Willie Lee "Big Eyes" Smith January 19, 1936 – September 16, 2011 was a Grammy Award-winning American electric blues vocalist, harmonica player, and multi-award-winning drummer He was best known for several stints with the Muddy Waters band beginning in the early 1960s. recorded between 1981 and 1993 By the time Money Talks came out in 1993, Smith had become a very credible singer The Legendary Blues Band toured with Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones and Eric Clapton whom Smith had recorded with in the 1964 Otis Spann recording of Pretty Girls Everywhere.
Willie "Big Eyes" Smith - Drums & Vocals Billy Flynn - Guitars Willie O'Shawny - Keyboard Calvin "Fuzz" Jones - Bass & Vocals Madison Slim - Harp & Vocals Tony O – Guitars . Completists and diehard collectors may want this so-so CD, but for beginners, the Legendary Blues Band's Rounder albums with Pinetop Perkins would be a much better investment. -Alex Henderson, All Music Guide.
Willie "Big Eyes" Smith is most often recalled as the longtime drummer in the Muddy Waters Band (he occupied the drum chair in the group from 1961 through 1980), but he was a harmonica player well before he was a drummer (his hard-charging harmonica can be heard on Bo Diddley's "Diddy Wah Diddy" from 1955) and he has le. Backed by what amounts to a superstar blues band, with the great, unsung Bob Margolin on guitar, a seemingly ageless 93-year-old Pinetop Perkins on piano, and guest shots by James Cotton and others, Smith delivers several variations on the good, old and undeniably durable Chicago blues shuffle, including the opener, a cover of Jimmy Reed's "Don't Say That No.
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The album is a mix of material written by Smith, along with a few chestnuts from the annals of Delta and Chicago blues. Although Smith spent much of his earlier years behind the drum kit, Joined at the Hip solidifies Willie's skills on the harp, developed over the last five years, along with handling the majority of the vocals.
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