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Fans of the gospel Keynotes will remember newest Blind Boy Paul Beasley from his astonishing falsetto performances with that group. Here he sounds as clear and powerful on “Take Me To The Water/None But The Righteous” 34 Blues Music Magazine mashup as he did in his heyday with that group. It’s an auspicious debut for their newest member, another powerful weapon in the Boys’ vocal arsenal. That arsenal has been strengthened even more with the reinstatement of former leader Clarence Fountain. Sidelined years ago because of illness, Fountain recorded his parts near his home in Birmingham, adding his signature bottom line back into the mix.
The six-five Rayford wrestles down and owns every song he sings, and that natural strength and his soulful tone earned him an invitation to join the revolving-door membership of the Mannish Boys Blues Revue. Keeping with most premier Delta Groove projects, several of Rayford’s band mates are here, along with other key guests such as Kim Wilson. ” In between are more rural blues, big city bravado, sheer authority, and classy refinement than customarily found on one album. ’ In Charles Brown’s “Depression Blues,” he sings in no uncertain terms of the woes as they are today, with guitarist Kid Andersen in fine form, ripping alongside him.
The credits list separately two songs out of a total of 13 as “Bonus” cuts: “Hard Time – Killing Floor Blues” originally recorded by Skip James and “Death Don’t Have No Mercy” by Rev. Gary Davis. If the first 10 numbers come across with the kind of bravado befitting a rap artist, these two songs express deep pain and reflect a more intimate side to Tucker that’s more person than persona. ” Like her dad, Tommy Tucker who hit in the ‘50s with “Hi-Heel Sneakers,” Teeny’s in it for life and the love of music and its heritage.
Blues Music Magazine #3 by EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Art Tipaldi