Mr.Boogie Woogie & Friends from Arizona | Hot Enough For Ya?

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Hot Enough For Ya?

by Mr.Boogie Woogie & Friends from Arizona

The title song "Hot Enough For Ya?" will give you a good impression of Mr.Boogie Woogie first visit to Tucson. A tribute to the Old Pueblo.
Genre: Blues: Rhythm & Blues
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1. Hot Enough For Ya?
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2. They call me Mr.Boogie Woogie
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3. Blues all day
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4. Make up your mind
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Mr.Boogie Woogie recorded this EP in October 2002 with Tucsons finest musicians. He wrote "Hot Enough For Ya" after his first visit to Tucson in 2001 together with his guitar player Dicky Greenwood from Holland, who also wrote the second song "They call me Mr.Boogie Woogie" for him.
"Blues all day" and "Make up your mind" are written by Tucsonans Grams & Krieger. After recording this EP, Steve Grams and Danny Krieger join Mr.Boogie Woogie on his tours through Holland and the US a couple times a year. You will also hear Hurricane Carla Brownlee, one of the finest saxophone players of these days and the great voices of Lisa Otey and Kathleen Williamson.


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Small sampling of truly awsome music
Only a few songs, but they are outstanding. Great fun, and impressive muscial talent all in one short sampler album. Own it. You'll be glad you do.