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The 24th Street Wailers - Wicked (2014)


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The 24th Street Wailers - Wicked (2014)


Wicked was made in one of the music capitols of the world, Austin, Texas, with Billy Horton producing, the bass player for Jimmy Vaughn. Wisely, this wasn't to get some slick, modern production, but rather the authentic sound of their influences; some jump blues, a little of the Texas feel, classic energy and fun music. There's even a country ballad, called I Need You, which gives Lindsay a chance to shine, and she leans into it for some extra power, not unlike an Etta James performance. The overall sound is party though, R'n'B from the 50's and 60's. I also like the simplicity of the production, with the occasional distortion on the vocals, just like it happened back in the 50's, only then it was by accident and they couldn't afford to do another take. Here, the Wailers want that roughness.


01. Wicked (03:24)

02. Aim to Please (02:17)

03. Where You Been (03:41)

04. Feel so Good (02:33)

05. Love Me Right (02:40)

06. I Need You (03:54)

07. Chin Wagger (02:34)

08. Solid Ground (02:18)

09. Aw Baby (03:01)

10. Boones' Bounce (02:07)

11. A Help Each Other Romance (02:48)

12. The Road Song (03:12)

13. Shake It! (03:12)

Total Playtime: 37:41

| Genre: Blues | Label: 24th Street Wailers | MP3 320kbps (CBR) | 90 MB |


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