Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Doctor Ross - Boogie Disease - Recorded between 1951 and 1954, Released in 1992.
This one will make your teeth rattle. A veteran of the early '50s Sun Studio in Memphis, Ross became known as the "one-man band," a routine gleaned from his mentor Joe Hill Louis. He plays both fine harp (out of the Sonny Boy I mold) and exciting rhythm guitar characterized by churning, mesmerizing rhythms spiced by treble fills. These 22 infectious tracks are the good doctor's very first recordings, and they present him with rhythm section -- a style that pre-dates his "one-man" days.
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mp3 160 kbps - 71 Mb