William Clarke | Tip Of The Top

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Tip Of The Top

by William Clarke

Great West Coast Blues Music. This cd was nominated for a WC HANDY BLUES AWARD....The most prestigous award one can get in Blues.
Genre: Blues: Harmonica Blues
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1. Drinkin Beer
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2. Just A Dream
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3. Take A Walk With Me
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4. Tribute To George Smith
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5. Charlie's Blues
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6. Goin Steady
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7. Hot Dog And A Beer
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8. Chromatic Jump
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9. Hard Times
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10. Blowin The Family Jewels
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11. Drinkin Straight Whiskey
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12. Party Party
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13. Got My Brand On You
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14. My Dog Don't Bark
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15. My Wife Got Mad
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Everybody that loves to hear good blues played right will be knocked out to have thse cuts that Bill's wife Jeannette has made available. Every one of these tunes is a little masterpiece, making all of them together a fine collection of no nonsence blues played straight from the heart.

Bill was a master of tone and inventive phrasing on both the diatonic and chromatic harmonicas and a fine blues singer in the very best tradition of gut bucket rocking deep blues.

We all miss Bill the man but we still have his music.
-Charlie Musselwhite


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