Duke Tumatoe And The Power Trio

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Duke Tumatoe And The Power Trio - I Like My Job! I Like My Job!
Blues New - LP 25836 Warner
Sealed 1988 Original Recorded By John Fogerty And Mastered At Bernie Grundman. “If You're Seeking A Joyous Blast Of Chicago Blues, You Need Look No Further. This Album Of Energetic Party Music Is The Best-Sounding Album From Duke Tumatoe, Thanks To The Meticulous Production Of John Fogerty, Who Saw Them In A Bar And Decided To Produce Their Major-Label Debut. In Fact, If It Wasn't For Fogerty, They Probably Wouldn't Have Gotten On A Major Label; The Following Album, Without Fogerty Producing, Was Back On J-Bird. I Like My Job! Crackles With Energy From The Opening Notes Of The Cheerful "Get Loose." Recording Live Was A Smart Move, Since The Audience Response To Songs Like "If I Hadn't Been High" And "More Love, More Money" Makes Both Vastly Better Than Any Studio Take. This Is Doubly True For The Salacious "Tie You Up," As Seductive A Song About Bondage Play Ever Written -- At Least, Up To The Point Where Tumatoe Is Raving About Using Garbanzo Beans And Croutons As Sex Toys. This Inspired Silliness Holds From End To End And Makes This A Must-Have Album For Anyone Who Likes Their Blues Spiced With More Than A Dash Of Humor.” – Richard Foss, AMG... more details
 
Duke Tumatoe And The Power Trio - I Like My Job! I Like My Job!
Blues Used - LP 25836 Warner
1988 Original Recorded By John Fogerty And Mastered At Bernie Grundman. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. “If You're Seeking A Joyous Blast Of Chicago Blues, You Need Look No Further. This Album Of Energetic Party Music Is The Best-Sounding Album From Duke Tumatoe, Thanks To The Meticulous Production Of John Fogerty, Who Saw Them In A Bar And Decided To Produce Their Major-Label Debut. In Fact, If It Wasn't For Fogerty, They Probably Wouldn't Have Gotten On A Major Label; The Following Album, Without Fogerty Producing, Was Back On J-Bird. I Like My Job! Crackles With Energy From The Opening Notes Of The Cheerful "Get Loose." Recording Live Was A Smart Move, Since The Audience Response To Songs Like "If I Hadn't Been High" And "More Love, More Money" Makes Both Vastly Better Than Any Studio Take. This Is Doubly True For The Salacious "Tie You Up," As Seductive A Song About Bondage Play Ever Written -- At Least, Up To The Point Where Tumatoe Is Raving About Using Garbanzo Beans And Croutons As Sex Toys. This Inspired Silliness Holds From End To End And Makes This A Must-Have Album For Anyone Who Likes Their Blues Spiced With More Than A Dash Of Humor.” – Richard Foss, AMG... more details
 

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