Km Williams | The Minister of Texas Boogie

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The Minister of Texas Boogie

by Km Williams

Footstompin' Country Blues Boogie in the style of John Lee Hooker,Muddy Waters and Slim Harpo with a few Spirituals on the side(Blind Willie Johnson style)
Genre: Blues: Louisiana Blues
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1. Do You Know Where I'm Goin'
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2. Since I Been Gone
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4:40 $0.99
3. On Judgement Day
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4. I'm a Rambler
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3:32 $0.99
5. Black Dog Bark
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6. The Soul of a Man
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3:06 $0.99
7. Let's Boogie
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8. Well I Wonder
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4:09 $0.99
9. She's Alright With Me
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10. Glory,glory
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11. Canned Heat's Killing Me
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12. I Shall Not Be Moved
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When John Lee Hooker and Henry Qualls passed on;some said that was the last of the great Boogie men. But it looks like a new one has stepped in to carry the torch into the 21th century;His name is KM Williams,a Texas Born and bred,ordained Minister who also answered a calling to play the Country Blues in addition to his ministry(Not unlike his forebears Blind Lemon Jefferson and Charley Patton;KM is in the line of great Country bluesmen like them). This CD is a Testament to music that speaks to the soul and to the foot;plain and simple.With just a soulful voice;raw,gutbucket Boogie/Country blues guitar work and footstompin in the style of old John Lee Hooker will get your feet pattin',your ears tinglin and your soul satisfied!!! - A Fan!! This CD is dedicated to the late ,great,Texas Country Bluesman Henry Qualls,who passed away in December,2003. - KM Williams


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Michael Rainsford-Blues in Britain

Blues Retro,Downhome and Dirty
"The Minister of Texas Boogie" is an apt description of of an artist whose compelling singing and playing,interjected with vocal asides,brings to mind the work of John Lee Hooker at his rawest. This set,recorded live in Desoto ,Texas;finds Williams in magificient form,moaning his brooding gospel blues over a choppy hypnotic riff on "Do You know Where I'm Comin From",laying down hypnotic Mississippi hill Country rhythms in the RL Burnside mould on "Since I Been Gone",while mixing elements of Hooker,Burnside and Robert Johnson in the plainative"I'm a Rambler". Williams vocals exude a fraility and sense of melancholy ,that is eched by his slide,on"Black Dog Bark" and Muddy's "She's Alright with Me" conjuring up a vision of a downhome Skip James.

Simon Hopper

Fantastic boogie album
KM really knows how to boogie!!