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Hound Dog Taylor: A Tribute
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Album: Hound Dog Taylor: A Tribute
# Song Title   Time
1)    Give Me Back My Wig - Luther Allison
2)    Sadie - Son Seals
3)    Taylor's Rock - Sonny Landreth
4)    Gonna Send You Back to Georgia - Gov't Mule
5)    Freddie's Blues - Magic Slim & the Teardrops
6)    See Me in the Evening - Bob Margolin
7)    Let's Get Funky - Elvin Bishop
8)    It's Alright - Alvin Youngblood Hart/Vernon Reid (acoustic)
9)    Hawaiian Boogie - Dave Hole
10)    She's Gone - Michael Hill's Blues Mob
11)    I Just Can't Make It - George Thorogood
12)    Wayward Angel - Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters
13)    Take Five - Cub Koda/The Houserockers
14)    It's Alright - Lil' Ed & the Blues Imperials
 

Album: Hound Dog Taylor: A Tribute
# Song Title   Time
1)    Give Me Back My Wig - Luther Allison
2)    Sadie - Son Seals
3)    Taylor's Rock - Sonny Landreth
4)    Gonna Send You Back to Georgia - Gov't Mule
5)    Freddie's Blues - Magic Slim & the Teardrops
6)    See Me in the Evening - Bob Margolin
7)    Let's Get Funky - Elvin Bishop
8)    It's Alright - Alvin Youngblood Hart/Vernon Reid (acoustic)
9)    Hawaiian Boogie - Dave Hole
10)    She's Gone - Michael Hill's Blues Mob
11)    I Just Can't Make It - George Thorogood
12)    Wayward Angel - Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters
13)    Take Five - Cub Koda/The Houserockers
14)    It's Alright - Lil' Ed & the Blues Imperials
 
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Performer Notes
  • Includes liner notes by Bruce Iglauer.
  • Personnel: Cub Koda, George Thorogood , Lil' Ed Williams, Magic Slim, Michael Hill, Alvin Youngblood Hart, Son Seals, Warren Haynes (vocals, guitar); Luther Allison (vocals, slide guitar); Dave Hole, John Randolph, Mike Garrett, Elvin Bishop, James Solberg, John Primer, Ronnie Earl, Sonny Landreth, Vernon Reid, Bob Margolin (guitar); Annie Raines (harmonica); Red Groetzinger (tenor saxophone); Dan Rabinovitz (trumpet); Ernest Williamson, Tony Z (piano); Curtis Watts, Earl Howell, David Russell, Chuck Cotton, James Young , Steve Potts , Matt Abts, Tony Lewis , Per Hanson, Ted Harvey, Ray Allison, Larry Vann, Jeff Simon (drums).
  • Audio Mixers: David Axelbaum; Gus Mossler; Joe Johnson ; John Hampton; Julian Herzfeld; Mark Williams ; Neal Ward; Tony Daigle; Bill Thompson; Brian Young .
  • Audio Remixer: Terry Manning.
  • Liner Note Author: Bruce Iglauer.
  • Recording information: 315 Beale Studios, Memphis, TN (1996-1997); Ardent Studios, Memphis, TN (1996-1997); Dockside Studios, MA (1996-1997); Streeterville Studios, Chicago, IL (1996-1997).
  • Photographers: Jack Lardomita; Diane Allmen; Peter Amft; Marc PoKempner; Jeff Nield.
  • In many respects, you could call Hound Dog Taylor a cult artist. Respected by bluesmen and critics alike, he built a small, devoted following across America simply by constently touring. There were no hits and very few covers of hs songs, but his rowdy concerts and incendiary records on Alligator convinced any who heard him. In the process, he put Alligator Records on the blues map, so it only makes sense that the label return the favor with Hound Dog Taylor: A Tribute, one of the few blues tributes that really works. Taylor's wild, careening slide guitar became one of more influential sounds in contemporary blues, as evidenced by this quality-packed record. Out of the 14 tracks, only George Thorogood's thuggish, sluggish "I Just Can't Make It" falls flat, but the quality of the remaining cuts is so high that it's forgivable. Luther Allison's "Give Me Back My Wig" rocks, Gov't Mule's "Gonna Send You Back to Georgia" is tough, Vernon Reid and Alvin Youngblood Hart do a nice acoutic reading of "It's Alright," Steady Rollin' Bob Margolin turns "See Me in the Evening" into an appealing, straightforward blues-rocker and Cub Koda tears through "Take Five" with the help of Hound Dog's backing band, the Houserockers. Moments like these are what elevates this tribute album above the average. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Professional Reviews
Down Beat (4/98, p.54) - 4 stars (out of 5) - "...Bruce Iglaur and Alligator salute their first roster artist by assembling a platoon of ace musicians...for this rough-and-rude romp through the Taylor set list..."
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