KM Williams | The Return Of Brother Lemon

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The Return Of Brother Lemon

by KM Williams

Old Style Texas Country Blues, Boogie and Spirituals with Contemporary Feel.
Genre: Blues: Prewar Blues
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1. Down On My Bended Knee K. M. Williams
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2. Go On Down The Tracks K. M. Williams
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3. One Suitcase Blues K. M. Williams
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4. Elijah's Shout K. M. Williams
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5. Last Train Blues K. M. Williams
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6. Texas Country Boogie K. M. Williams
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7. Lemon's Moan K. M. Williams
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8. Give Over Your Troubles To The Lord K. M. Williams
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9. Dirty Dog Blues K. M. Williams
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10. Goin' To The River K. M. Williams
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11. You Gonna Need The Lord's Hand Someday K. M. Williams
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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What would Blind Lemon Jefferson sound like if he were to return to this day and time? That is what KM Williams Latest CD "The Return of Brother Lemon" is all about!!!Texas Country Blues,Old School Boogie and Spirituals similar to Blind Lemon Jefferson,John Lee Hooker and Blind Willie Johnson, but updated for the 21st Century.

You have never heard Texas Country Blues and Spirituals played like this before!!!! The instrumentation includes Both Fabulous Acoustic, Resonator and Electric Blues Guitar Playing, Washboard & Drum Percussion like you've never heard and Great Blues Vocals. If you are a fan of Country Blues Artists Like Lightnin Hopkins,Blind Lemon Jefferson,John Lee Hooker & Blind Willie Johnson;Buy This CD!!! You will Enjoy it!!!!


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Southwest Blues Magazine

KM Williams is a Blues Performer in every sense of the word!
There is a Magic in the way KM Lays out the tunes;Sometimes it's a quiet Magic,other times it's overwhelming,the addition of Washboard really compliments the tunes.The Sound is unique. The Rhythm is addictive.

Southwest Blues Magazine

KM Williams is a Blues Performer in every sense of the word!
There is a Magic in the way KM Lays out the tunes;Sometimes it's a quiet Magic,other times it's overwhelming,the addition of Washboard really compliments the tunes.The Sound is unique. The Rhythm is addictive.

Dale Miller

Hot, sultry blues
Zola can knock out the blues! High energy from the soul blues.

Dale M.

Soulful blues
A good title to this CD. Good old time soulful blues. Great voice.

Living Blues Magazine

This music has great appeal!
Williams pays tribute to one of his Texas forbears.Williams hews to to his usual bedrock country blues approach with an emphasis on propulsive gooves that owe a lot to John Lee Hooker.Williams comes close to Jefferson on "Goin' to the River",while "Last Train Blues" evokes Skip James. Williams makes music that sounds like it might have been recorded more than a half century ago. His music has great appeal! Jim DeKoster

Brent

A Raw Texas Blues extravaganza
Blind Lemon, Lightning Hopkins, Blind Willie Johnson, John Lee Hooker and others. I guess you would call this Texassippi Hill blues!

Kevin Kurrasch

This is what the Blues is about !!!
The Return of Brother Lemon is a modern day blues revival. K. M. Williams plays the blues like so few do today. Truely an authentic masterful bluesman of this era . Though inspired by the early legends , K.M. is a unique, original force in todays blues scene. Simple , yet percise. This CD will grip your soul from the beginning to the end without letting up. This is what the blues is about!!! No showboating here. Washboard Jacksons percussion is a perfect compliment to K.M.'s performance on this CD. This CD gets better with every play .

Si

The real deal
Classic country blues - I love every track but always have to play 'Last train blues' several times before I can move on to the next track as it is just soooo good!