Bennie Smith - The Urban Soul Of Bennie Smith album flac
Genre: Funk / Blues
Title: The Urban Soul Of Bennie Smith
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Tracklist: 01. Last Night (4:45) 02. Got My Mojo Working (5:19) 03. Shook Up Over You (4:11) 04. Penrose After Hours (4:33) 05. Mystery Train (3:59) 06.
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Bennie Smith (October 5, 1933, St. Louis, Missouri - September 10, 2006, St. Louis, Missouri) was an American, St. Louis blues guitarist, considered to be one of the city's patriarchs of electric blues. His sound was emblematic of a St. Louis blues music that he helped define in over half a century practicing his trade. His contributions to the genre in that city, from the early 1950s and almost until the day of his death, included mentor, performer, and recording artist. Smith worked as a session musician on many recordings over the years, and has three original albums to his name: The Urban Soul of Bennie Smith (Blues Highway - 1993), Shook Up (Fedora Records - 2001)), and The Bennie Smith All Star Session (2006). In a notable 1958 session, Smith was invited to contribute on what would be Tina Turner's first recording, "Boxtop".
Guitarist Bennie Smith has been a staple in the world of St. Louis blues for 50 years. In addition to his own Shook Up album from Fedora, the native son of the musical city can be heard on Mean Dispositio. ead Full Biography. The Urban Soul of Bennie Smith, his first album, was released in 1993. For four consecutive years beginning in 1993, he appeared with Urban Blues Express at the Holland festival known as Blues Estafette. In addition to Smith on vocals and guitar, the band includes keyboardist Rory Johnson, vocalist and bassist Sharon Foehner, and vocalist and drummer Marty Spikener.
The Urban Soul of Bennie Smith 1993 (Blues Highway Music). Shook Up 2001 (Fedora Records). Bennie Smith All-Star Sessions 2006. In addition to his featured albums, Smith provided lead and rhythm guitar on a number of released singles and albums. These included: Sessions - singles. Boxtop", Ike Turner, (with Tina Turner (. Little Ann) on vocals) 1958 (Tune Town). Mistreated", Clayton Love with the Roosevelt Marks Orchestra, 1958-59 (Bobbin). It is likely that Smith recorded other songs with the Roosevelt Marks Orchestra during the period from 1958 to 1961. Mean Disposition, Big Bad Smitty, 1991 (Adelphi/Genes. Smith named Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown and Matt "Guitar" Murphy as his two greatest influences on the guitar.
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Written-By – Marion Walter Jacobs*
|2||Got My Mojo Working
Written-By – McKinley Morganfield
|3||Shook Up Over You
Written-By – Freeman Bosley, Ty Hunter
|4||Penrose After Hours
Written-By – Bennie Smith
Written-By – Junior Parker*
|6||Things I Used To Do
Written-By – Eddie Jones*
|7||Wish Me Well
Written-By – Peter Chatman
|8||Steel Guitar Rag
Written-By – Leon McAuliffe
Written-By – John Lee Hooker
|10||Sweet Little Angel
Written-By – Robert Nighthawk
Written-By – Avery Parrish
Written-By – Bennie Smith, Jimmy Soul Clark*
|13||Ookie Dokie Stomp
Written-By – Clarence Gatemouth Brown*
Written-By – Leon Gross*
|15||Things I Used To Do
Written-By – Eddie Jones*
|17||Theme From Shaft
Written-By – Isaac Hayes
- Bass – Durious Montgomery
- Drums – Charles Rogers (tracks: 1, 3, 7, 17), Ray Hayes *
- Guitar, Vocals – Bennie Smith
- Liner Notes – Joel Slotnikoff
- Mixed By, Producer – Joshua Riggs
- Organ – Screamin' Joe Neal (tracks: 4, 8, 16)
- Producer – Charles O. Riggs*
- Vocals – Rayburn Hayes* (tracks: 16)