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Made in Cali

by Boogie Boys

Made in Cali is the title of the newest (3rd) album by Boogie Boys, recorded and produced in whole in California. The entire album has been recorded using the traditional method of “100% live in studio”.
Genre: Blues: West Coast Blues
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1. That What Is All About
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2. You Ain't Nothin' but Fine
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3. Where'd You Stay Last Night
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4. First Take
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5. Christmas With Me
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6. Cool Breeze
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7. Brothers Rag
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8. She Stole My Car
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9. Sugar
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10. Big Time Downtown
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11. Rolling' or What?
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Album Notes
The recordings took place in August 2012 in Wolfsound Studio in Fresno. The entire album has been recorded using the traditional method of “100% live in studio”.
The producer of the release is an acclaimed American harmonica player, John Clifton, well known for his cooperation with such artists as Rod Piazza, James Harman or Johnny Dyer. John Clifton was also a co-producer of the new longplay by Big Bill Morgenfield, the son of legendary Muddy Waters, as well as of his original band’s – The Mofo Party Band – albums.
Among invited guests we can find legendary Ron Thompson – a guitarist of John Lee Hooker, Etta James, Mike Fleetwood or Tina Turner, to name a few. Other interesting accents are such names as John and Bill Clifton, Roger Perry, William Morris, Ron Catalano and also Ed Burke and Michael Miller, the last one singing fantastic parts of “background vocals”.


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