Texas Red – What Kind Of Woman Is That!
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What Kind Of Woman Is That! was released Aug 09, 1997 on the Blue Loon label.
Texas Red grew up in Texas and then lived in Minnesota. He formed his first blues band in 1971. Many guests from the exquisite scene in Minneapolis/St. Paul add to the musical qualities that are evident everywhere on "What Kind of Woman Is That". The spirit of Jimmy Reed and Muddy Waters are definitely in the room with this show. Texas Red is almost a medium for this blues transference. There are no pedals, no frills, no fancy "stuff," just straight ahead, down in the alley blues. From the great harmonica blowing of RJ Mischo, to Red's moaning vocals, to inspired guitar playing, this record has it all.
1. What Kind of Woman Is That - 2:31 2. Texas Is So Doggone Big - 3:09 3. Forever Lonely - 3:01 4. Ain't No Pleasin' You - 3:04 5. My Life's a Felony - 2:18 6. Shame, Shame, Shame - 3:13 7. Alcohol Blues - 3:46 8. She's Nineteen Years Old - 4:31 9. Left San Antonio - 2:58 10. Reconsider Baby - 2:34 11. A Little Goes a Long Way - 2:44 12. I Didn't Know - 3:15 13. Spent All My Money - 3:58 14. Your Lips - 3:27 15. Long Distance Lover - 2:40 16. Hug and Squeeze You - 3:04 17. Stealin' - 3:23
Texas Red (vocal, guitar on 1-7, 9,11-13, 15-17) , R.J. Mischo (harmonica on 1,2,4,5,6,7,9,11,12,15,16) , Jeremy Johnson (guitar) , Jack Taylor (bass) , Greg Shuck (drums) , George 'Mojo' Buford (harmonica on 3,13) , Brad Moe (drums on 3) , Dan Schwalbe (guitar on 7,11,12,13,15,16 slide guitar on 9) , John Beach (piano on 9,12,16) , Bob Corritore (harmonica on 8,14) , John Rapp (guitar) , Bruce Lopez (bass) , Chico Chism (drums)