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TOP 500 REVIEWERon 8 February 2014
In between his 2007 release `On the Jimmy Reed Highway' and 2012's 'Too Much Is Not Enough' (with harmonica player Gary Primich) Dykes released this tribute to Jimmy Reed, his guitarist Eddie Taylor and several of their contemporaries including John Lee Hooker and Slim Harpo. Joining Omar are Jimmie Vaughan and Lou Ann Barton (again) and also veteran harp players Lazy Lester and James Cotton together with assorted Austin session players. They all make a great sound together - with Otis's powerful but relaxed voice out front and the backing shuffling along behind in a loose and very authentic style. This may not be sophisticated, ground-breaking music but it is very enjoyable, very consistent and beautifully played - my own favourites were G.L. Crockett's "Man down there" and Ivory Joe Hunter's "Since I met you baby" - and of course I also loved the three Jimmy Reed songs...
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on 7 February 2010
If you enjoyed 'On the Jimmy Reed Highway' then you're definitely going to enjoy this. It's very much the same kind of recording and so thanks for that. Buy it with confidence!!
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on 17 December 2015
Great cd
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