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Piece of Work

by Ray Fuller and the Blues Rockers

"If you dig the tough-rockin' sound of John Lee Hooker, Paladins, George Thorogood or early Fabulous Thunderbirds, this album is a must!"
Genre: Blues: Rockin' Blues
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1. Big City Woman
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2. Boom Boom
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3. Rock n' Roll Cowboy
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4. Piece of Work
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5. Tore My Playhouse Down
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6. My Home Is a Prison
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7. Oh Baby
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8. Blues Come Back Around
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9. Mojo Man
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10. Every Night About This Time
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11. Quittin' Time
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12. Two Timin' Woman
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13. Baby, You're a Habit
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14. Sugar Daddy
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15. Tupelo Willie
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16. You're So Fine
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Album Notes
"Their blues are laced with healthy doses of rockabilly and rock'n'roll, Fuller is out to stake a claim as one of the best singers of his genre." - Living Blues

"Sounds like Elmore James and Hound Dog Taylor tempered with the rowdiness of George Thorogood." - Guitar Player Magazine

"Hardworking unit, very tough harp playing, conjures up those early days of Muddy Waters and Little Walter." - Blues Life Journal

" His experience on guitar is immediately recognizable....Ray Fuller never fails to please his audience." - Big City Blues Magazine

Ray Fuller's talent as a singer and guitarist has allowed him to share the stage with many blues giants including Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, Albert Collins, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Buddy Guy, The Fabulous Thunderbirds and so many more! In fact, MUDDY WATERS, after witnessing an opening act performance by Ray Fuller on slide guitar exclaimed for all to hear "That was some hot slide boy! I could smell the smoke backstage! JAMES COTTON, after witnessing a similar Bluesrocker performance shook Ray's hand and proclaimed "Finally I met somebody as wild and crazy as I am!" JOHN LEE HOOKER was so impressed with the band and their performance that he took the Bluesrockers and his own band out to dinner and picked up the tab! These opportunities to hang out and learn at the feet of the masters were not wasted on young Ray as he paid close attention to every pearl of wisdom and every nasty riff and blues lick generously shown to him as an eager student of the blues. Since then Ray Fuller and the Bluesrockers have been performing their brand of low down gutsy blues and red hot rock'n roll for many years, leaving a trail of scorched stages and satisfied fans from Michigan to Florida, and from California to New York State! Long time drummer Mark Ward toured with Ray Fuller for many years, formerly with Terry Davidson & The Gears. Blues harpist Mike Gilliland has backed up the legendary delta bluesman Honeyboy Edwards, singer and guitarist Cleveland Fats,and the late, great Missisippi - Chicago blues singer Willie "Pooch " Johnson. Pianist Keith Blair brings a ton of stage presence and was one of nine finalists in the 2003 International Blues Challenge in Memphis, Tennessee. Bassist Manny Manuel has spent many years touring with the likes of Patrick Mclaughlin and Hot Rod and The Blues DeVilles. Together they are an unstoppable force of blues and rock'n roll energy!


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Deadeye Dick

One monster "Piece of Work"
Picked this CD up over at the Canal Winchester (OH) Blues and Ribfest, and it really kicks! As an amateur B-team bass player, I don't know when I've ever had so much pure FUN playing along with an album. This is a monster "Piece of Work!" If you're a fan of Ray and the Blues Rockers, it's a "must." If you're a fan of Texas rock-abilly-blues, it's a "damn well should." Favorite cuts are the anthem "Rock & Roll Cowboy" and the soulful "My Home is a Prison." Thanks, Ray.