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|Deluxe Edition CD (2002) Top Seller
Brady Williams CD discography Recorded between 1975 and 1999. Includes liner notes by Bruce Iglauer.
Neatly boiling down Koko Taylor's quarter-century with the blues-specialist label Alligator Records into one unbeatable compilation, DELUXE EDITION is a perfect introduction to Taylor's immense charms. Kicking off with "I'm a ...
||Force of Nature CD (1993) |
Brady Williams discography FORCE OF NATURE was nominated for Best Contemporary Blues Album in the 37th Annual Grammy Awards.
A solid contemporary blues album that ranges from Koko Taylor's own "Spellbound" and "Put the Pot On," a rendition of Toussaint McCall's tender soul lament "Nothing ...
||Eyes of the City CD (2008) |
Brady Williams albums "Eyes of the City" is the long awaited, self-produced debut release from veteran Chicago-based guitarist/singer/composer/producer Vince Agwada that finds the journeyman guitarist tearing loose on an exciting 13-song collection of Blues, Rock, Jazz and R&B based numbers that will blow your ...
||Tired of Being Alone CD (2001) |
Brady Williams CD discography Guitarist Rico McFarland gets a lot of help from his friends on this, his debut CD. Otis Clay, Syl Johnson, Teela, and Billy Branch (one of a trio of harmonica players) all chip in. McFarland grooves on "Blues Falling Down Like ...
||Twist City CD (1994) |
Brady Williams music CDs All songs written or co-written by Harvey Mandel except "I Had A Dream" (I. Hayes/D. Porter), "Crosscut Saw" (R. G. Ford) and "Never Let You Go" (M. Skyer).
Recorded at Dr. Caw, Northbrook, Illinois. Includes liner notes by Dan Forte.
Personnel: Harvey Mandel ...
||Don't Mess With The Bluesmen CD (2004) |
Brady Williams songs Modern Chicago harp master Billy Branch and fellow Windy City guitarist Carlos Johnson team up for Don't Mess With the Bluesmen, an easygoing session recorded in Chicago between 2003 and 2004 for the Japanese P-Vine label. Alongside spirited cover versions of ...