By EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Art Tipaldi
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I’m a Closer/I’ll be the last to go,” Basile announces on the last track. If he continues to turn in this kind of performance, that’s a self-fulfilling prophecy. – Grant Britt Sweetspot Might as well call this a Duke Robillard release. Though it features Al Basile’s vocals throughout, producer Robillard sets the tone with his guitar on every one of the double CD’s 27 tracks, as he did when he was Basile’s boss in the Roomful Of Blues band. The first CD, At Home, is dedicated to reviewing Basile’s blues material for his own Sweetspot label.
The wine merchants were calling for Leon Russell’s “Tightrope” throughout the set, and Fowler finally caved. “It’s been six months since we played it, and we’re drunk now,” Fowler said. ” Sure enough, it took three tries and restarts for Fowler to be satisfied with the elephant walk/shambling lope intro dropdown into the main melody. But once he locked onto it, he tore it up, mixing up a Willie Nelson flamenco type intro tossed in with a bunch of wiggly flourishes, like Jeff Beck sitting in with Russell, and finishing it off in Willie Nelson territory with some Nelson-inspired chord clanging.
The title song, “White Buffalo, is almost an odd-man-out basher. Throughout, Mathus proves himself a, expressive and versatile singer. Back in the day, Fat Possum put out a series of sampler discs called Not The Same Old Blues Crap. With Mathus’s White Buffalo, that slogan’s back in place. – Bill Wasserzieher ALBERT CASTIGLIA Living The Dream Blue Leaf Albert Castiglia’s creamy and crunchy guitar tones, hearty vocals, and original songs and covers always make for interesting listening. These features continue on his latest CD, Living The Dream.
Blues Music Magazine #1 by EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Art Tipaldi