King, Denny

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King, Denny - Evil Wind Is Blowing Evil Wind Is Blowing
Blues New - LP SPS 5003 Specialty
Sealed, Rare 1972 Original. Small, Clean Cut Out Hole, Bottom Right Corner Slightly Pushed. An Amazing And Awesome Album Of Acid Blues-Rock Or Heavy Blues, Blessed With The Generous Gift Of Primeval Songwriting (Totally Lost By Contemporary Musicians) And Explosive Performing, The Album Pre-Dates Later Recordings Of John Mayall And Draws An Inspiration From The Same Sources As Iconic Mungo Jerry, Creedence And Steppenwolf. Although It Might Be Insulting For Neutered Critics And Blues Purists, That Is An Excellent Effort In Search For A Transition From The Roots To The New Frontiers. Fame And Fortune Missed Denny King, Which Is Unfair - He Is One Of The Best. Urban Blues With The Tendency Towards Electrified Psychedelia, Sung By The White Man With A Deep Powerful Voice - Perhaps He Didn't Sell His Soul To The Devil, But Definitely He Passed The Famous Crossroads On Several Occasions. Recorded In 1972 In White Tree Studios, And Featuring Alex St.Claire (Guitar) And Douglas Moon (Harmonica) - Both From Captain Beefheart's Magic Band - Jesse Brown On Bass, Al Carr On Congas, Peter Dolan (Flute), Greg Hampton (Drums). The Music Is Vicious Delight And Sheer Gluttony: "Bessie Mae", "Evil Wind Is Blowing", "Boogie Man." Alexey Golovanov.... more details
 

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