DAVE SEZ'S MYSTERY POSTS Number One
Right-up blues like with Wilko on rhythm and Hendrix on lead, and a solid bass too? From the 1970s? Nah! No such recording. What! Solo, all the same guy on one four-string '64 Fender bass, live with no overdubs?? Through from the late sixties UK Blues Invasion of the US, then on the pub rock scene together with the early Dr. Feelgood? Nah!
Well ... yup! The first of a Dave Sez three-CD compilation of the blues bassist once called Mr. Frivolous Fancy Fingers by the late great Godfather of the British Blues, a much respected gentleman. You'll see ... Skamanc, Herr (Respekt!) Pauli and Martin, dip in now - as always, Dave Sez : go get, you won't regret!
01 1970 Love Is Gonna Go (A.Korner/Duffy Power)
02 1971 Evil-Hearted Woman (Mance Lipscombe)
03 1978 Lining Track (Huddie Ledbetter)
04 1978 High Heel Sneakers (Robert Higginbotham)
05 1980 01 Blue Monday (Bartholomew/Domino)
06 1980 02 Key To The Highway (Broonzy/Segar)
07 1980 03 Catcote Rag (Aspery/Hodgkinson)
08 1980 04 Phonograph Blues (Robert Johnson)
09 1980 06 Sweet Home Chicago (Robert Johnson)
10 1980 08 I Got My Mojo Working (Foster)
11 1982 Octopuss (Powell/Hodgkinson)
Remember to check the comments for details, discussion, additions and re-uploads. Requests for the remaining two CDs in the 3-CD compilation Frivolous Fancy Fingers will be entertained in the comments during the entre-acte. Cheers, Dave Sez.