K.t. And Midnight Cannonball | Knock Me A Kiss

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Knock Me A Kiss

by K.t. And Midnight Cannonball

1950s style jump blues at its best. rocks .
Genre: Blues: Rhythm & Blues
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1. Listen Up
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2:51 album only
2. I Aint Lyin
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3:48 album only
3. Your Too Late
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3:40 album only
4. Knock Me A Kiss
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2:54 album only
5. V8 Ford
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9:14 album only
6. Baby, look ...
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2:33 album only
7. Saturday Night Fish Fry
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2:34 album only
8. One Sweet Letter
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3:36 album only
9. Call Everybody Sweetheart
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10. Hush Your Mouth
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11. Glamour Girl
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12. I Still Love You Baby
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13. Dont Boss Me
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14. Tell Me Why
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15. Sidetracked
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Album Notes
Swing, shuffle, mambo, beguine and second lining?

Every one of these words has to be in the mix if you want to try and describe all the different grooves on this CD. But such is the case when a band feels at home in the wide range of rhythms of the Afro-American culture. Heike and Alex have got the reins so firmly in their hands for all of these rhythms that they would win first prize at any rodeo in the Southern states.
Kay plays a very neat harp (whether electric or acoustic), his unpretentious, perfectly sung intonation is simply genuine and does not sound like a bad re-import from Mississippi.
David takes us all on a journey to the top spots of the blues guitar. The West Side Chicagos can be heard on "V 8 Ford", Los Angeles welcomes us in T-Bone Walker's "Glamour Girl" and we are swept off to the wide plains of Texas in "Tell Me Why". But as a guitarist myself, I am impressed the most by the eloquent and agile accompanying guitar when Kai is taking center stage. That really is excellent and is too easily overlooked. Just listen to the backings on "Saturday Night Fish Fry".


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angus cooney

kickin CD

Angus Cooney

doc mongoose

They kick it in as they make it wail...nice,and solid.......
Slow or fast its' a fine repast.It digs deep as it jumps swingin and kicken, finger licken.I can just see the couples boppin to this wonderful band.