(Norton 288) The legendary Mr. Rhythm returns with sixteen killer new recordings featuring a six pack of suave early comps and ten boozy new songs expressly written for this collection! Solid R&B blasts include duets with Ronnie Spector (It's Gonna Work Out Fine) and Rudy Ray Moore (I Ain't Guilty)! This no-holds-barred set was produced in NYC by Billy Miller and Matt Verta-Ray and features early Jimi Hendrix cohort Lonnie Youngblood on sax, backing vocals from soul legend The Mighty Hannibal, ex-Voidoid/Lou Reed guitarist Robert Quine plus vocal groups the Four Dollars and the Modern Don Juans!
Detroit Michigan / Get This Love Off My Mind / I Ain't Guilty / Bait and Switch / Put That Skillet Away / Sling It Bang It and Give It Cab Fare Home / Soul Brother in Heaven and Hell / It's Gonna Work Out Fine / The Lie / Head First / Open Your Eyes / Hey Country Girl / Bigger Than Need or Greed / Sent Up / Burning the Roses
Bought this to hear Quine
Posted by Ben on 1st Feb 2016
I picked this up because I am on a quest to discover the recordings of Robert Quine. He's all over this record -- apparently largely uncredited -- I'd bet money that he's the guitarist on "Soul Brother" and others. Discovering the genius of Andre Williams has been another great posthumus gift from Quine.