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Various - Third Rail Screamin' - The Rhythm and Blues of New York City album download

Performer:

Various

Title:

Third Rail Screamin' - The Rhythm and Blues of New York City

Genre:

Blues

MP3 album size:

1630 mb

Other music formats:

WAV MP1 TTA AIFF XM MOD RA

Rating:

4.7 ✱

Style:

Electric Blues, Rhythm & Blues, East Coast Blues

Date of release:

1989

Various - Third Rail Screamin' - The Rhythm and Blues of New York City album download

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Chris Carter * Gonna Scratch Your Name Off The Mailbox
Written-By – Frank Spinale, Linda Looper
2 Chris Carter * Ain't Got No Home
Written-By – Chris Carter
3 Pat Cisarano I Need A Kiss
Written-By – Pat Cisarano
4 Pat Cisarano (Don't You Wanna) Do The Right Thing
Written-By – Pat Cisarano
5 Uptown Horns Featuring Ben Houston On The Deuce
Written-By – Arno Hecht, Bob Funk, Crispin Cioe, Paul Litteral
6 Uptown Horns 52 Pick-Up
Written-By – Arno Hecht, Bob Funk, Crispin Cioe, Paul Litteral
7 Bad Luck And Trouble Bad Girl
Written-By – David Santos
8 Bad Luck And Trouble Down And Dirty
Written-By – David Santos, Nunzio Signore
9 Paula Lockheart To Keep A Lady Waiting
Written-By – Paula Lockheart
10 Paula Lockheart Howlin' At The Moon
Written-By – Paula Lockheart

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – RaveOn Productions
  • Recorded At – Baby Monster Studios
  • Mixed At – Baby Monster Studios
  • Mastered At – Zen Masters

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Crispin Cioe (tracks: 5, 6)
  • Backing Vocals – Chris Eminizer (tracks: 4), Emily Bindiger (tracks: 5, 6), George Naha (tracks: 4), Leslie Wagner (tracks: 5, 6), Mike Gutilla (tracks: 3, 4), Sherryl Marshall (tracks: 5, 6), Wrecia Ford (tracks: 3, 4)
  • Bass – Marty David (tracks: 1, 2), Phil Butler (tracks: 3, 4), Tony Garnier (tracks: 5, 6)
  • Bass, Keyboards – David Santos (tracks: 7, 8)
  • Design, Artwork – Gene Campanelli
  • Drums – Chris Cullo (tracks: 1, 2), Crusher Green (tracks: 5, 6), Dave Ratajczak (tracks: 9, 10), Frank Duncan (tracks: 7, 8), Rod Gross (tracks: 3, 4)
  • Electric Upright Bass – Steve Alcott (tracks: 9, 10)
  • Engineer – Gil Abarbanel
  • Executive-Producer – Frank Migliorelli, Gene Campanelli
  • Guitar – Chris Carter (tracks: 1, 2), Danny Draher (tracks: 5, 6), George Naha (tracks: 3, 4), James Chirillo (tracks: 9, 10), Nunzio Signore (tracks: 7, 8)
  • Keyboards – Charlie Giordano (tracks: 5, 6), Paul Griffin (tracks: 3, 4), Tom Mandel (tracks: 1, 2)
  • Mastered By – Rick Rowe, Steve Burgh
  • Percussion – Fred Walcott (tracks: 5, 6)
  • Piano – Kevin Bents (tracks: 9, 10)
  • Producer – Steve Burgh
  • Saxophone – Chris Eminizer (tracks: 3, 4)
  • Tenor Saxophone – Bill Overton (tracks: 9, 10), Bob Malach (tracks: 1, 2), Bruce Revels (tracks: 3, 4)
  • Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Anders Gårdmand (tracks: 1, 2)
  • Trombone – Arno Hecht (tracks: 5, 6), Conrad Herwig (tracks: 1, 2)
  • Trumpet – Larry Etkin (tracks: 1, 2), Paul Litteral (tracks: 5, 6), Peter Macnamara (tracks: 3, 4)
  • Vocals – Ben Houston (tracks: 5), Frankie Paris (tracks: 1, 2), Jack O'Neill (tracks: 7, 8), Pat Cisarano (tracks: 3, 4), Paula Lockheart (tracks: 9, 10)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 65968 03242 4
  • Matrix / Runout: 324-CD-01

Electric Blues, Rhythm & Blues, East Coast Blues. Marketplace 0 1 For Sale from €1. 0.

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Their mixture of blues and rhythm and blues with a touch of early soul, gave the band a solid base of faithful fans all over Europe, America and the rest of World. These six boys from the city of Brno (Czech republic) have been rockin’ together for more than a decade in a rock’n’roll revival band The Fireballs (CZ), learning the ins and outs of the genre from the masters like Bill Haley, Chuck Berry, The Treniers, Jimmy Cavello, Freddie Bell or The Big Six. After 10 years, they decided it was time to move into somewhat more demanding territory and formed a pure & authentic jiving combo called GONE HEPSVILLE. Shakedown Tim & the Rhythm Revue deliver the blues as if they hand-carried it from the Mississippi Delta to Chicago personally.

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