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Format: CD
Sku: 60502410
UPC: 730182611724
UPC 14: 00730182611724
Release Date: 10/9/2001
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Greasy Kid Stuff ~ Kid Ramos
2. Chicken Hearted Women ~ Kid Ramos
3. Charlie's Old Highway 51 Blues ~ Kid Ramos
4. Say What You Mean, Baby ~ Kid Ramos
5. I Don't Care Who Knows ~ Kid Ramos
6. It's Hot In Here ~ Kid Ramos
7. Devil's Foot ~ Kid Ramos
8. Low Down Woman ~ Kid Ramos
9. Hold Me Tenderly ~ Kid Ramos
10. Marion's Mood ~ Kid Ramos
11. Rich Man's Woman (On A Poor Man's Pay) ~ Kid Ramos
12. Gratitude Is Riches (And Complaint Is Poverty) ~ Kid Ramos
13. Ain't Gonna Holler ~ Kid Ramos
14. That's What She Hollered ~ Kid Ramos
15. Country Woman ~ Kid Ramos
16. Mean Ol' Lonesome Train ~ Kid Ramos
17. Harmonica Hangover ~ Kid Ramos

Album Notes and Credits

Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Personnel includes: Kid Ramos (vocals, guitar); Paul DeLay, Johnny Dyer,
Muze PNote Rick Estrin, James Harman, Charlie Musselwhite, Rod Piazza, Lynwood Slim (vocals, harmonica); Jeff Turmes (guitar, saxophone, acoustic & electric basses); Richard Innes (drums); Stephen Hodges (percussion); James Intveld (background vocals).
Muze PNote Recorded at Clear Lake Audio, North Hollywood, California between March and June 2001. Includes liner notes by Jim Washburn.
Muze PNote Digitally remastered using HDCD technology.
Muze PNote Personnel: Kid Ramos (vocals, guitar); James Harman , Johnny Dyer, Lynwood Slim, Paul deLay, Rick Estrin, Charlie Musselwhite (vocals, harmonica); Jeff Big Dad Turmes (saxophone, acoustic bass, electric bass); Richard Innes (drums); Stephen Hodges (percussion); James Intveld (background vocals).
Muze PNote Audio Mixer: Jerry Hall.
Muze PNote Liner Note Authors: Kid Ramos; Jim Washburn.
Muze PNote Recording information: Clear Lake Audio, N. Hollywood, CA (03/2001-06/2001).
Muze PNote Photographer: Stephen Hodges.
Muze PNote For his fourth solo release, and third on the Evidence label, the Fabulous Thunderbirds' guitarist, Kid Ramos, once again calls in some high-profile blues friends for assistance. Instead of last album's guitarists and jump blues horns, this time Ramos sticks with harpists/vocalists to provide the momentum on a set of relatively stripped-down, greasy blues. He's also the only guitarist on the sessions, which makes this a spotlight for his picking as well as his bandleading abilities. Harmonica aces Rick Estrin (Little Charlie & the Nightcats), Paul de Lay, Lynwood Slim, Johnny Dyer, James Harman (who only plays on one of his three tracks and sings on the others), and Charlie Musselwhite, along with Rod Piazza, all contribute. The leadoff title cut, an instrumental that sounds like it was left over from his last horn-infused West Coast album, is the one exception. The sessions were cut in two days, which gives them a raw, not quite primal edge that adds to the gritty nature of the recording. Although the original intent was to perform exclusively covers, nearly all the harp-playing guests brought in their own original material. Just a handful of interpretations remain: Willie Dixon's "I Don't Care Who Knows"; an obscure Lightnin' Slim track, "Mean Ol' Lonesome Train"; an old uncredited Excello side, "Rich Man's Woman"; and Bobby Blue Bland's "Hold Me Tenderly." It sure sounds like this was one big part, as each guest plays with a relaxed gusto, whipping off harp lines with nonchalant intensity. Ramos' tough yet flexible guitar fills the holes and takes the lead just often enough so the listener knows whose album it is. Otherwise he's content to leave the majority of the spotlight to his high-profile guests, who turn in sterling performances. While few of their original tunes sound drastically different from standard blues fare, the ensemble playing and electrified atmosphere adds a palpable excitement to the tracks. The various vocals also infuse a diverse feel to the album, with Ramos' guitar and presence being the thread that holds it together. The closing "Harmonica Hangover" features Estrin and Musselwhite on what seems to be an improvised duet, with both harp men discussing the proceedings and other guests, as well as trading licks on an appropriately upbeat shuffle. It's a fitting finale to an album that works because of the loosely structured environment that Ramos provides, meshed with the remarkable talents of his talented contributors. ~ Hal Horowitz

Producer: Kid Ramos

Engineer: Jerry Hall

Musical Guests
Muze Guest Artist Charlie Musselwhite
Muze Guest Artist Paul DeLay
Muze Guest Artist Johnny Dyer
Muze Guest Artist Rod Piazza
Muze Guest Artist James Harman
Muze Guest Artist Lynwood Slim

Compilation Appearances

Muze Music Compilations Hard To Kill

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 10/09/2001
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 2001
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : ECD 261172
Music Label Name Label : Evidence
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Studio
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00730182611724

Professional Reviews

Living Blues (11-12/01, p.68)
- "...An outstanding album..."

Product Attributes

Product attributeArtist:   Kid Ramos
Product attributeLabel:   Evidence
Product attributeMusic Format:   Compact Disc
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