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Ike Turner And His Kings Of Rhythm

Ike Turner (アイク ターナー)

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ジャンル
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カタログNo
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CDCHD553
組み枚数
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1
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オリジナル盤発売年
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2001
フォーマット
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CD
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Bobby Fields(Saxophone),  Eugene Fox(Saxophone),  Ike Turner(Guitar),  Ike Turner(Piano),  Ike Turner(Vocals),  Raymond Hill(Saxophone),  Robert Prindell(Drums),  Billy Gale(Performer),  Billy Gayles(Performer),  Dennis Binder(Performer),  Jackie Brenston(Composer),  Johnny Wright(Performer),  Ray Topping(Art Direction),  Ray Topping(Liner Notes),  Brian Burrows(Package Design)

商品説明

This is the definitive early Ike Turner collection, at least until someone comes out with a box that assembles everything. The 21 tracks here are mostly drawn from Turner's early-'50s sessions with the Kings of Rhythm at the Clarksdale studio, done under the auspices of the Bihari Brothers' Modern, RPM, and Flair labels. Apart from a few well-known numbers like the classic Rocket 88, much of the material here isn't in other collections, nor has it been assembled in one place before -- some of it has shown up on vinyl, but never together on CD. It consists of Turner working with the Kings of Rhythm, evolving his guitar and piano technique and pumping up the volume and beat on R&B, pushing it toward rock & roll. The highlight for completists is the medley All the Blues, All the Time, on which Turner, newly confident on the guitar, goes through an extended instrumental medley of B.B. King, Elmore James, Muddy Waters, and John Lee Hooker material. Also included is some hard R&B-cum-rock & roll by the Kings of Rhythm fronted by J. W. Walker, Little Johnny Burton, Dennis Binder, Lonnie The Cat, and Billy Gayles. The interesting thing is that Rocket 88, for all of its renown, is just one of the good tracks here -- Early Times by Dennis Binder could just as easily have caught the public's fancy with its beat. The sound is somewhat compressed on some of the early material (and, especially, the Johnny Wright/Ike Turner orchestra numbers, although Turner's guitar is real sharp on The World Is Yours), but generally it is equal or superior to any other digital incarnation of the individual tracks, and the notes are extremely thorough. ~ Bruce Eder, Rovi

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  • 01. Rocket 88 (02:50)
  • 02. Way You Used to Treat Me (02:39)
  • 03. I Miss You So (03:10)
  • 04. Nobody Wants Me (02:37)
  • 05. Loosely (AKA the Wild One) (02:31)
  • 06. All the Blues, All the Time (Medley): Feeling Good/ Love My Baby/ ... (08:43)
  • 07. Sitting and Wondering (02:43)
  • 08. Early Times (02:29)
  • 09. World Is Yours (02:52)
  • 10. Suffocate (02:45)
  • 11. Walkin' About Me (02:29)
  • 12. Walk My Way Home (02:37)
  • 13. I Ain't Drunk (02:29)
  • 14. Road I Travel (02:06)
  • 15. Night Howler (02:13)
  • 16. My Heart in Your Hands (02:34)
  • 17. Woman Just Won't Do (02:15)
  • 18. I'm Tired of Being Dogged Around (02:25)
  • 19. You Got Me Way Down Here (02:45)
  • 20. Love Is Scarce (02:19)
  • 21. Nobody Seems to Want Me (02:32)

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Ike Turner

Ike Turner is certainly one of the most dehumanized figures in rock history. Mention his name and the first association that comes to most anyone's mind is abusive husband, not soul star or rock & roll pioneer. According to legend, Turner was a tyrannical ogre who used physical violence and psychological intimidation to control his infinitely more talented wife Tina, while indulging his own appeti

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