Call Me Momma. Move from the Hood. Tell Me Who. Something's Wrong. Lust for You. I Had It All the Time. I'd Rather Be Blind. Set Me Free. Moving on Up. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Sell on Amazon Start a Selling Account. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. They want to hear the voice and the emotion and the crooning and the things like that.
I grew up with that. One often wonders how great artists who died too young might sound had they not passed. What would maturity have done for Luther Allison? One thing is sure. Dad would be very proud of his youngest of nine children.
How do they do that? It is apparent that his mother brought him up right, and that he wisely continues to learn from her experience. This could have been a blues or rock song, but the instrumentation makes it come off almost like a country tune. It is not what would be expected from either of these gentlemen, but its complex structure and different sound work out really well with the other songs on the albums.
There is plenty of other great original music, too. Allison does not disappoint his old fans here, as he takes the opportunity to show off a bit on the guitar with an awesome solo towards the end. Dave Van Ronk. Save for Later. Paul Desmond. John Lee Hooker. How to Order. International Shipping. Return Policy. Order Items by Catalog. Highly recommend! A little different than some of BA's earlier recordings, but certainly not a lesser work. I like. One person found this helpful.
I was really surprised by this record that manages to keep its blues sensibility but also to sound modern and in addition to include a number of different styles to present a pleasing variety.
We start with "Five Long Years" not the Eddie Boyd blues a Stones-style rocker, then the funky "Call Me Momma", followed by "Move from the Hood" that mixes a jazzy sax and organ with down home slide guitar.
Finally "Moving On Up" is another great song written by his father Luther, indeed there isn't a bad track or even a moderate track here this is a very good, very consistent record.
As good as Bernard is on guitar and vocals, the band of George Moye on bass, Mario Dawson on drums, Bruce McCabe on keys and Jose Ned James on sax also play their part in making this a really good album. See all reviews from the United States. Top international reviews. Translate all reviews to English. Another great album by Bernard Allison, it's up there with his best.
Thank you for your feedback. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again. Translate review to English. Four songs out of ten were average. Great CD. What can I say. Son of Luther Allison a bit of a departure from his other CDs make no mistake he's done an excellent job on this one.
Load more international reviews.Jan 16, · 5 ans après le très bon The Otherside sorti en , Bernard Allison nous revient avec un nouvel album intitulé In The Mix qui est composé de titres inédits mais aussi d’une reprise de Freddie King «I’d Rather Be Blind» et comme d’habitude, de deux titres de son père Luther auquel il rend hommage en interprétant «Move From The Hood» et «Moving On Up"/5(13).