Artist: Rick Moore & The Mr. Lucky Band
Title Of Album: Slow Burnin' Fire (Feat. Jimmy Nalls)
Year Of Release: 1997
Genre: Rockin' Blues
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 49:16
Total Size: 123 Mb
01. Me & You (4:02)
02. Positivity (4:10)
03. That Ain't Right (4:13)
04. Radiation Blues (4:39)
05. Where Are You (3:36)
06. Step Into The Light (4:08)
07. Tokyo Time (4:24)
08. Gwuwgwun (4:22)
09. You Know (3:16)
A guitar player since he was a youngster in the sixties, he grew up playing in local bands while working as a dj in high school. Howlin Wolf, Jimmy Reed and John Lee Hooker all served as influences through wlac in Nashville and a variety of Memphis stations. Carl Perkins was a hometown favorite.
While living in Memphis in the seventies and eighties he worked with blues great Don McMinn (Memphis blues revue), spent time with songwriter Kieth Sykes, and traveled the length of Mississippi with the Coon Elder band playing the jukes before it was popular to do so.
Rick later worked with groups ranging from the Amazing Rhythm Aces to singer Mink (Willie) Deville with whom he toured Europe in 1983. He spent time in New York, Boulder, and Key West before arriving in Nashville in 1987 and joining the thriving R&B, Blues, and Rock and Roll scene.
Rick Moore & Mr. Lucky have been "on the road" through out the 1990's sharpening their musical skills. the result is "Satisfied," this second cd of Rick Moore's. This recording contains great songwriting, slide work, and soulful singing...
the essence of living down south in the USA!
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