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Itchy Feet Original recording remastered
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The legendary Blues Band are at their toe-tapping best, playing the kind of music that inspired them as young musos in the 1960s, and recreated years later on this 12 track set of Blues standards and original compositions, first released in 1981. The album still retains its urgent energy and enthusiasm today, and is played by musicians with loving reverence and skills born of years of practice and duties with major groups of the 1960s. Includes 9 bonus tracks: 7 out-takes from the Itchy Feet sessions; a recording from the period - intended as a Paul Jones single, but never released; plus Green Stuff (live), the B-side of 1981's Come On single. Booklet with authoritative and extensive liner notes written by respected author and journalist Chris Welch, includes an interview with founder members Tom McGuinness and Paul Jones. Expertly remastered by Jon Astley (who has worked on recordings by the Who, Led Zeppelin, George Harrison and many others). Superb sound the best in the business!
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If you want to hear a low down, dirty, moody blues with wailing harmonica and deep throaty vocals - then take off your socks and shuffle along to Itchy Feet . It's one of the highlights on an album that showcases the legendary Blues Band at their toe-crunching best. This 12 track set of blues standards and original compositions was first released in 1981 and still retains its urgent energy and enthusiasm. It's amazing to think the Blues Band are still out there touring, some 30+ years later. Yet, founder members Paul Jones and Tom McGuinness already had long established careers in the music biz - starting out with Sixties chart busters Manfred Mann by the time they devised this down to earth outfit. Here is the music that inspired them all as young musos, played with a loving reverence and the skill born of years of practise. Kicking off with Lowell Fulson's Talking Woman Blues and the Chuck Berry-ish Rock n Roll Radio , the band switches grooves for Itchy Feet , giving Paul Jones a chance to wail that harmonica.