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Lucky Peterson - Black Midnight Sun (2003) Retail CD
Modern Electric Blues
Black Midnight Sun is the first release on the Dreyfus label by multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Lucky Peterson, joined here by producer Bill Laswell on bass and former Parliament/Funkadelic drummer Jerome "Bigfoot" Braily. While the disc features a few Peterson originals, the majority of the album relies on cover versions. Luckily, Peterson picked several that he's well suited to tackle, including "Herbert Harper's Free Press" (Muddy Waters), "Lucky in Love" (Mick Jagger), "Is It Because I'm Black" (Syl Johnson), "Jody's Got Your Girl and Gone" (Johnnie Taylor), "Talkin' Loud and Saying Nothingmore…" (James Brown), and "Thank You for Talkin' to Me Africa" (Sly Stone). Black Midnight Sun is a combination of electric blues, rock, soul, and funk that, for the most part, works just fine.
|1||Herbert Harper's Free Press News|
|2||Lucky in Love|
|3||Is It Because I'm Black|
|4||Jody's Got Your Girl and Gone|
|6||Black Midnight Sun|
|7||She's a Burglar|
|8||Truly Your Friend|
|9||Talkin' Loud and Saying Nothing|
|10||Changes Your Ways|
|11||Thank You for Talkin' to Me Africa|
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