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8 thoughts on “ I Woke Up - Leo Bud Welch* - I Dont Prefer No Blues (CD, Album)

  1. I Don't Prefer No Blues, an album by Leo Welch on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  2. • 85 year old gospel blues phenom Leo Bud Welch puts on an old fashioned musical revival on this incredible live CD/DVD set recorded at NY’s prestigious club The Iridium! Got My Mojo Working. • The DVD also includes a bonus interview/video biography of Welch!Seller Rating: % positive.
  3. I Don’t Prefer No Blues is what the preacher at Welch’s church said when he found out he was making a blues album. “Up until Sabougla Voices came out, I had only played spirituals in the church and in tents for about 50 years,” Welch explains.
  4. Live at the Iridium by Leo Bud Welch, released 31 March 1. Praise His Name 2. Still A Fool 3. Got My Mojo Working 4. Five Long Years 5. No More Doggin’ 6. Woke Up This Morning 7. My Babe 8. Sweet Little Angel 9. Cadillac Baby Po’ Boy You Don’t Have To Go Pepticon Don’t Let The Devil Ride Rollin’ & Tumblin’
  5. every time. I don’t want people to know what they’re going to hear from me. I don’t want to do four songs, I-IV-V, the same tempo and key. My thing is to try and mix it. “I’m not up there to show anybody how good a lead player I am. I’m up there to put together a solid .
  6. In Leo Welch gave the Blues scene a much needed shot of life when he released his first album Sabougla Voices (also on Big Legal Mess Records). Like it’s predecessor, I Don’t Prefer No Blues was produced by Big Legal Mess label owner Bruce Watson. For this album Watson enlisted the help of fellow Mississippi roots musician Jimbo Mathus (of Squirrel Nut Zippers fame) and together the pair pushed .
  7. I Don't Prefer No Blues is drenched in lineage and history, but refuses to be bound by them. Simply by playing his own interpretation of the music he's been surrounded with all his life, Welch has given us a blues album for the ages.9/
  8. The CD’s first track, “Life,” opens with some crowd sounds, and a bit of Sousa’s “The Liberty Bell.” Okay, I know that “The Liberty Bell” existed before Monty Python used it, but as far as I’m concerned it is just the Monty Python’s Flying Circus theme song, and whatever came before is of no importance. Anyway, we get just a bit of that before this song begins in earnest.

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