Charlie Musselwhite - Stand Back! Here Comes Charley Musselwhite's South Side Band [1967] [FLAC]

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Artist: Charlie Musselwhite
Release: Stand Back! Here Comes Charley Musselwhite's South Side Band
Discogs: 3512013
Released: 1967
Label: Vanguard
Catalog#: VRS-9232 / VMD 79232
Format: FLAC / Lossless / Log (100%) / Cue / CD
Country: US
Style: Blues, Rock, Electric Blues, Chicago Blues


01. Baby Will You Please Help Me (3:20)
02. No More Lonely Nights (5:15)
03. Cha Cha The Blues (3:16)
04. Christo Redemptor (3:14)
05. Help Me (3:31)
06. Chicken Shack (4:23)
07. Strange Land (3:04)
08. 39th And Indiana (4:13)
09. My Baby (2:43)
10. Early In The Morning (4:32)
11. 4 P.M. (3:17)
12. Sad Day (5:02)

Vanguard may have spelled his name wrong (he prefers Charlie or Charles), but the word was out as soon as this solo debut was released: here was a harpist every bit as authentic, as emotional, and in some ways as adventuresome, as Paul Butterfield. Similarly leading a Chicago band with a veteran black rhythm section (Fred Below on drums, Bob Anderson on bass) and rock-influenced soloists (keyboardist Barry Goldberg, guitarist Harvey Mandel), Musselwhite played with a depth that belied his age -- only 22 when this was cut! His gruff vocals were considerably more affected than they would become later (clearer, more relaxed), but his renditions of "Help Me," "Early in the Morning," and his own "Strange Land" stand the test of time. He let his harmonica speak even more authoritatively on instrumentals like "39th and Indiana" (essentially "It Hurts Me Too" sans lyrics) and "Cha Cha the Blues," and his version of jazz arranger Duke Pearson's gospel-tinged "Cristo Redemptor" has become his signature song -- associated with Musselwhite probably more so than with trumpeter Donald Byrd, who originally recorded the song for Blue Note. Goldberg is in fine form (particularly on organ), but Mandel's snakey, stuttering style really stands out -- notably on "Help Me," his quirky original "4 P.M.," and "Chicken Shack," where he truly makes you think your record is skipping.		
Disc/01 - Baby Will You Please Help Me.flac 20.189 MB
Disc/02 - No More Lonely Nights.flac 31.735 MB
Disc/03 - Cha Cha The Blues.flac 19.711 MB
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