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T Bone Walker Very Best of Import


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Disc: 1

  1. Bobby Sox Blues
  2. Mean Old World Blues
  3. I'm Still In Love With You
  4. Evenin'
  5. Hypin' Women Blues
  6. Call It Stormy Monday (But Tuesday Is Just As Bad)
  7. West Side Baby
  8. Strollin' With Bones
  9. The Hustle Is On
  10. You Don't Understand
  11. Tell Me What's The Reason
  12. Papa Ain't Salty
  13. Play On Little Girl
  14. T-Bone Blues
  15. How Long Blues
  16. T-Bone Shuffle

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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One that lives up to its title 10 Aug. 2003
By Docendo Discimus - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
A lot of compilations have a title similar to this one, "the best of someone or other", yet still leave a lot to be desired.
That's not the case with this excellent Rhino collection, however. It may not be the definitive word on Aaron Thibeaux Walker (you'll need the two Capitol/Black & White and Imperial box sets for that), but it is the best single-disc retrospective available, and if you are looking for a really good sampler of T-Bone Walker's music, this is it.
Almost all of Walkers best-known songs are here, including his self-penned classics "They Call It Stormy Monday", "Mean Old World" and "I'm Still In Love With You", and "The Very Best Of T-Bone Walker" is an ideal starting place for the curious or the casual fan.
30 of 33 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Nice Restrspective of T-Bone's 1945-1960 Output 17 Jan. 2001
By Mike Perciaccante - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The electric guitar innovator gets the Rhino treatment with this 16-track collection of Imperial, Rumboogie, Capitol, Atlantic, Comet and Black & White sides. This is by no means the definitive collection of Walker's work, but it does serve as a nice retrospective of his 1945-1960 output.
If you were born after 1960, a little refresher is in order. T-Bone Walker influenced at least two generations of blues guitarists. Albert Collins, Freddy King, Eric Clapton, Jimmie Vaughan and the late Stevie Ray Vaughan are but a few. For those who think of "Stormy Monday" as an Allman Brothers song, think again. And Eric Clapton didn't create "Mean Old World."
This compilation serves as a nice primer. It includes the aforementioned classic "Call It Stormy Monday (But Tuesday's Just as Bad)" and "Mean Old World Blues." Also featured are "Papa Ain't Salty," "How Long Blues" and "The T-Bone Shuffle" and many more.
As usual Rhino offers the listener extensive, well reseached liner notes (this time by Billy Vera). The booklet comes complete with rare pictures and individual track information (personnel, songwriting credits, chart position, etc.). Kudos to Rhino for doing an excellent job, This compilation rates a strong B+. However, T-Bone merits more than 16 songs. A two CD set featuring some well-chosen rarities and underappreciated gems would have made this an A+ offering.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Stellar introduction to the art of T-Bone Walker 19 April 2007
By Steven Peterson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Nice introduction to the work of T-Bone Walker! He was one of the best of the bluesmen. The liner notes from the CD provide nice background to Walker's work. Many heard him live when he was well past his prime, not knowing the full skills of his art.

Even two songs illustrate. . . .

"Bobby Sox Blues" was an early popular song of Walker's. The backing group supports his singing well. He displays a smooth singing voice. The song itself spoofed the teenagers' giddiness over Sinatra and Eckstine.

And then there is his iconic ""Stormy Monday. . . ." This is one of the great blues tunes. Walker's voice serves this song well. The backing instruments have a clean sound and back the singer very nicely. The liner notes say that "If T-Bone had done nothing more in his career than write and record this one tune, his esteemed place in the history of American music would be guaranteed." His singing emphasizes classic lines such as:

"They call it Stormy Monday,

But Tuesday is just as bad.

Wednesday's worse,

And Thursday's also sad."

All in all, then, this is a fine introduction to the work of T-Bone Walker.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars T-Bone is one of my favorites... 28 Dec. 2012
By Rob Wehrli - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I've introduced T-Bone to a number of colleagues in an effort to give them insight to some of my favorite blues licks and lyrics.

For whatever reason, it seems that few recognize the influence T-Bone had on the blues and the numbers of musicians that followed that include BB King, Chuck Berry and Jimi Hendrix.

You only have to listen few a little while before you realize that the man was a master of the guitar. You can hear his style in every note. You can feel years and years of living the blues come through his instrument.

For some, I think that the songs aren't as catchy or interesting as others in the genre, but if you appreciate a truly soulful blues guitar, you will love T-Bone Walker. From vinyl to 8-track to cassette to CD to MP3, I've had T-Bone on my plate. Now that we have MP3 players on our phones, I don't leave home without it!
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 14 May 2015
By Anthony Dato - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
My Mom liked this CD as a gift
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