Duke Robillard - They Called It Rhythm And Blues | RECORD STORE DAY

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They Called It Rhythm And Blues
Artist: Duke Robillard
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 03/18/2022
UPC: 772532144421

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1. Here I'm Is
2. No Good Lover
3. Fools Are Getting Scarcer
4. Tell Me Why
5. Rambler Blues
6. The Way You Do
7. Champagne Mind
8. Homeless Blues
9. Outta Here
10. In the Wee Wee Hours
11. Someday After a While
12. She's My Baby
13. Trouble in Mind
14. No Place to Go
15. The Things I Forgot to Do
16. I Can't Understand It
17. Eat Where You Slept Last Night
18. Swingin' for Four Bills

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2022 release. Anyone who knows Duke's music, will immediately smile at the first few seconds of the opening track "Here I'm Is" from the new album They Call It Rhythm & Blues. It's that joyous jump-blues shuffle sound that Duke has been perfecting since the late 60s. Indeed, every song on this album is about the groove, master musicianship, great understated taste and a perfect band mix that always complements the pulse and the singer. Duke's guitar is at the center and brings it all together. For a lifetime Duke Robillard has been playing the jazzy corners of the blues. He was a founder of Roomful of Blues in the early 1970s, and replaced Jimmy Vaughan in the Fabulous Thunderbirds in the 1990s and was a core member of the New Guitar Summit through the 2000s, in addition to releasing an astounding 37 albums on his own. He has won the W.C. Handy Award as Best Blues Guitarist twice, and been nominated for two Best Blues Album Grammy Awards. He is credited with taking the blues to a new level for multiple generations of blues guitarists.