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David Maxwell & Friends : Max Attack
David Maxwell, Duke Robillard, Ronnie Earl
David Maxwell & Friends : Max Attack
Genre: Blues
 
The gifted David Maxwell's piano opens this fun and important disc up with the mostly instrumental "Sticky Buns," which drives like a cross between the J. Geils Band debut and Traffic during their John Barleycorn Must Die ...  more »

      
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All Artists: David Maxwell, Duke Robillard, Ronnie Earl, Hubert Sumlin, Kim Wilson, Pintop Perkins, James Cotton
Title: David Maxwell & Friends : Max Attack
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Genre: Blues
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Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 825346245034

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The gifted David Maxwell's piano opens this fun and important disc up with the mostly instrumental "Sticky Buns," which drives like a cross between the J. Geils Band debut and Traffic during their John Barleycorn Must Die phase. That jazz vs. blues battle continues later on the CD with the majestic and grooving "Moving Out of His World," which absorbs moods from different genres and delivers true modern electric blues. Picture Jim Morrison sitting at the piano in his sixties, assuring the woman that the change in partners is nothing to fret over. "Hip-House Rock" changes things dramatically, an entertaining instrumental with plenty of lively space in between. The piano on "Thanks for All the Women" is bright yet still dark in tone, a nice balance as the guitar answers are separated in the stereo mix. With James Cotton, Ronnie Earl, Duke Robillard, Pinetop Perkins, Liane Carroll, and the redoubtable Hubert Sumlin as just some of the marquee guests. An hour's worth of music by a superb musician deserving more appreciation.
1. Sticky Buns - (with Kim Wilson)
2. Long Distance Driver - (with Ronnie Earl/Kim Wilson)
3. Handyman - (with Hubert Sumlin/Ronnie Earl)
4. Max Attack
5. What's the Use - (with Liane Carroll)
6. Twisted Tendons
7. Backseat of a Greyhound Bus - (with Ronnie Earl)
8. Thank You Pinetop Perkins - (with Pinetop Perkins)
9. Moving Out of This World - (with Duke Robillard/Ronnie Earl)
10. Hip House Rock - (with Duke Robillard)
11. Comin' Home Baby - (with Hubert Sumlin)
12. Thanks For All the Women - (with James Cotton/Hubert Sumlin)