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9 thoughts on “ Kansas City - Brewer Phillips & Ted Harvey - Good House-Rockin (CD, Album)

  1. Dave played there with Otis Rush, Guitar Junior, Tail Dragger, Little Arthur, Johnny Littlejohn and more. Dave formed his first band with Brewer Phillips and Ted Harvey, the famous House Rocker band of Hound Dog Taylor. During this time, Weld was under the tutelage of JB Hutto, a Grammy winning, Blues Hall of Fame slide guitarist.
  2. Tracks / Soundsamples 1 J.B.'s Boogie 2 You Don't Have to Go 3 SIxteen Year Old Boy 4 Kansas City 5 Dust My Broom 6 Killing Floor 7 Hip Shakin' 8 Worried Live After Hound Dog Taylor died in the Wolf Records Manager got the idea to bring "The Houserockers- Brewer Phillips and Ted Harvey with the "Chicago Blues Slide King" J.B. Hutto toget.
  3. Good House Rockin-Brewer Phillips Ted Harvey 13,30 € 10,50 € incl. 20% Ust In with the help of Jim O´Neal- Wolf Records made the first .
  4. In addition to Hutto's guitar and vocal, you can hear Brewer Phillips playing guitar (unlike Houd Dog period) and even singing ("Kansas City"). All in all, perhaps this is not the most significant work by Slidewinder, but is a very solid constituent of his legacy/5(5).
  5. Buy Brewer Phillips's album titled Good Houserockin' to enjoy in your home or car. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions Price: $
  6. Jun 17,  · Ted Harvey, Brewer Phillips, Hound Dog Taylor Live ABC Radio - Sadie. Ted Harvey, Brewer Phillips, Hound Dog Taylor Live ABC Radio - Sadie (FULL ALBUM) - Duration: JIMBLUESROCK Vol2.
  7. Ted Harvey and Brewer Phillips, two thirds of the original HouseRockers, at BLUES on Halsted, in – By Andre Hobus. s BLUES on Halsted Brewer Phillips HouseRockers Ted Harvey. STORE.
  8. This is a burning set of house-rockin' blues that is familiar and predictable, yes, but not in terms of energy and sheer verve. Phillips took a ton of chances with his own playing, and while he made plenty of mistakes (thank God), his rhythmic sensibility was always spot-on. This is the sound of the original Maxwell Street rolled into the South and West Side clubs and studios, .

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