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Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues: Keb' Mo'

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The occasion of the series of television films broadcast under the umbrella title The Blues in the fall of 2003 provided the opportunity to compile the highlights of Keb' Mo''s recording career thus far into a single-disc collection. One might argue that, with only four regular albums under his belt (there was also a children's album, Big Wide Grin), Keb' Mo' wasn't quite ready for a best-of, but those albums attracted a wide audience among blues fans; each one lodged in the Top Five of Billboard's Top Blues Albums chart, and the second and third, Just Like You and Slow Down, won Grammys for Best Contemporary Blues Album. Actually, it's the self-titled first album from 1994 that is the most impressive (as well as the least "contemporary"), and six tracks from it have been excerpted here, with three from Just Like You, four from Slow Down, and one from the fourth album, The Door. "Crapped Out Again" appeared on the Tin Cup soundtrack in 1996, and the final track, "Piece of Mind," is a new recording. While Keb' Mo' covers Robert Johnson twice here, he generally uses traditional blues only as a touchstone, preferring to write his own songs in a blues-influenced but essentially pop style, and play them in the same manner. The film series wasn't a chronological documentary in the manner of Ken Burns' Jazz, but if it were, Keb' Mo' would have come at the end as an example of the kind of music blues has evolved into, for better or worse. He is a part of the story, but, at least on the basis of this compilation, not a major figure in it as yet. (Happily, the compilation was not released at a major price. Like the other titles in the series, it was given a mid-line list price of only $11.98).
© William Ruhlmann /TiVo

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1
Soon As I Get Paid (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:04:37

Laval Belle, Drums - Reggie McBride, Bass - Joellen Friedkin, Keyboards - K. Moore, Composer - K. Moore, Lyricist - J. L. PARKER, Composer - J. L. PARKER, Lyricist - John Lewis Parker, Producer - Keb' Mo', Vocal - Keb' Mo', Producer - Keb' Mo', Guitar - Keb' Mo', Performer - Munyungo Jackson, Percussion

(P) 1998 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

2
Come On In My Kitchen (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:04:08

Laval Belle, Drums - Tommy Eyre, Keyboards - R. Johnson, Composer - R. Johnson, Lyricist - Keb' Mo', Performer - Keb' Mo', Vocal - Keb' Mo', Banjo - Keb' Mo', Harmonica - Keb' Mo', Guitar - James Hutcherson, Bass - John Porter, Producer

(P) 1994 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
Perpetual Blues Machine (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:03:15

Joe McGrath, Engineer - K. Moore, Composer - K. Moore, Lyricist - John Strother, 2nd Engineer - Howard Willing, 2nd Engineer - Keb' Mo', Vocal - Keb' Mo', Guitar - Keb' Mo', Performer - Keb' Mo', Harmonica - G. Graper, Composer - G. Graper, Lyricist - Vlado Meller, Mastering Engineer - John Porter, Producer - John Porter, Mixing Engineer

(P) 1996 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

4
Don't Try To Explain (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:03:57

Laval Belle, Drums - Tommy Eyre, Keyboards - K. Moore, Composer - K. Moore, Lyricist - Keb' Mo', Performer - Keb' Mo', Vocal - Keb' Mo', Banjo - Keb' Mo', Harmonica - Keb' Mo', Guitar - James Hutcherson, Bass - John Porter, Producer

1994 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

5
I'm On Your Side (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:03:39

James Hutchinson, Bass - John Porter, Producer - John Porter, Mixing Engineer - Howard Willing, 2nd Engineer - Laval Belle, Drums - John Strother, 2nd Engineer - Vlado Meller, Mastering Engineer - K. Moore, Composer - K. Moore, Lyricist - Joe McGrath, Engineer - Tommy Eyre, Keyboards - Keb' Mo', Vocal - Keb' Mo', Guitar - Keb' Mo', Performer

(P) 1996 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

6
Henry (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:05:18

John Sorenberg, 2nd Engineer - Joellen Friedkin, Keyboards - Posie Muliadi, 2nd Engineer - Ross Hogarth, Engineer - Ross Hogarth, Mixing Engineer - Laval Belle, Drums - Reggie McBride, Bass - John Lewis Parker, Producer - Kenny Ybarra, 2nd Engineer - K. Moore, Composer - K. Moore, Lyricist - J. L. PARKER, Composer - J. L. PARKER, Lyricist - David Bryant, 2nd Engineer - Michael Caplan, A&R Director - Joe Gastwirt, Mastering Engineer - Keb' Mo', Vocal - Keb' Mo', Producer - Keb' Mo', Guitar - Keb' Mo', Performer - Colin Linden, Guitar

(P) 1998 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

7
Am I Wrong (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:02:18

KEVIN MOORE, Lyricist - KEVIN MOORE, Composer - John Porter, Producer - James Hutcherson, Bass - Laval Belle, Drums - Adam Block, Director - Tommy Eyre, Keyboards - Keb' Mo', Performer - Keb' Mo', Vocal - Keb' Mo', Banjo - Keb' Mo', Harmonica - Keb' Mo', Guitar - Adam Sieff, Director - David Mitson, Mastering Engineer

(P) 1994 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
A Letter To Tracy (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:04:08

John Sorenberg, 2nd Engineer - Posie Muliadi, 2nd Engineer - Ross Hogarth, Engineer - Ross Hogarth, Mixing Engineer - Laval Belle, Drums - Reggie McBride, Bass - John Lewis Parker, Producer - Kenny Ybarra, 2nd Engineer - K. Moore, Composer - K. Moore, Lyricist - J. L. PARKER, Composer - J. L. PARKER, Lyricist - David Bryant, 2nd Engineer - Michael Caplan, A&R Director - Joe Gastwirt, Mastering Engineer - Keb' Mo', Vocal - Keb' Mo', Producer - Keb' Mo', Guitar - Keb' Mo', Performer

(P) 1998 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

9
Love In Vain (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:03:04

John Sorenberg, 2nd Engineer - Posie Muliadi, 2nd Engineer - Ross Hogarth, Engineer - Ross Hogarth, Mixing Engineer - John Lewis Parker, Producer - Kenny Ybarra, 2nd Engineer - David Bryant, 2nd Engineer - Michael Caplan, A&R Director - R. Johnson, Composer - R. Johnson, Lyricist - Joe Gastwirt, Mastering Engineer - Keb' Mo', Vocal - Keb' Mo', Producer - Keb' Mo', Guitar - Keb' Mo', Performer

(P) 1998 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

10
Dirty Low Down And Bad (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:03:07

Laval Belle, Drums - Tommy Eyre, Keyboards - K. Moore, Composer - K. Moore, Lyricist - Keb' Mo', Performer - Keb' Mo', Vocal - Keb' Mo', Banjo - Keb' Mo', Harmonica - Keb' Mo', Guitar - James Hutcherson, Bass - John Porter, Producer

(P) 1994 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

11
Every Morning (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:02:58

John Sorenberg, 2nd Engineer - John Porter, Producer - Posie Muliadi, 2nd Engineer - James Hutcherson, Bass - Laval Belle, Drums - John Lewis Parker, Producer - Kenny Ybarra, 2nd Engineer - K. Moore, Composer - K. Moore, Lyricist - David Bryant, 2nd Engineer - Tommy Eyre, Keyboards - Joe Gastwirt, Mastering Engineer - Keb' Mo', Producer - Keb' Mo', Performer - Keb' Mo', Vocal - Keb' Mo', Banjo - Keb' Mo', Harmonica - Keb' Mo', Guitar

(P) 1994 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

12
Dangerous Mood (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:04:57

James Hutchinson, Bass - John Porter, Producer - John Porter, Mixing Engineer - Howard Willing, 2nd Engineer - C. Parton, Composer - C. Parton, Lyricist - Laval Belle, Drums - John Strother, 2nd Engineer - Vlado Meller, Mastering Engineer - K. Moore, Composer - K. Moore, Lyricist - Joe McGrath, Engineer - Tommy Eyre, Keyboards - Keb' Mo', Vocal - Keb' Mo', Guitar - Keb' Mo', Performer

(P) 1996 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

13
It Hurts Me Too (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:05:26

Timmy Olmstead, Engineer - Jim Keltner, Drums - Greg Phillinganes, Keyboards - Bill Lane, 2nd Engineer - DAVE O'DONNELL, Engineer - DAVE O'DONNELL, Mixing Engineer - Mark Johnson, Engineer - Steve Jordan, Percussion - Steve Jordan, Drums - Ryan Smith, Mixing Engineer - Hans Leibert, Engineer - Mel London, Composer - Mel London, Lyricist - Reggie McBride, Bass - Vlado Meller, Mastering Engineer - Jason Stasium, 2nd Engineer - Russ Titelman, Producer - Keb' Mo', Vocal - Keb' Mo', Producer - Keb' Mo', Guitar - Keb' Mo', Performer

(P) 2000 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

14
Crapped Out Again (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:02:30

K. Moore, Composer - K. Moore, Lyricist - J. L. PARKER, Composer - J. L. PARKER, Lyricist - Keb' Mo', Vocal - Keb' Mo', Guitar - Keb' Mo', Performer - John Porter, Producer

(P) 1996 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

15
Love Blues (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:03:02

Laval Belle, Drums - Tommy Eyre, Keyboards - K. Moore, Composer - K. Moore, Lyricist - E. Powell, Composer - E. Powell, Lyricist - Keb' Mo', Vocal - Keb' Mo', Banjo - Keb' Mo', Harmonica - Keb' Mo', Guitar - Keb' Mo', Performer - James Hutcherson, Bass - John Porter, Producer

(P) 1994 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

16
Peace Of Mind (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:04:11

M. King, Lyricist - M. King, Composer - K. Moore, Composer - K. Moore, Lyricist - Keb' Mo', Producer - Keb' Mo', Vocal - Keb' Mo', Guitar - Keb' Mo', Performer

(P) 2003 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

Album Description

The occasion of the series of television films broadcast under the umbrella title The Blues in the fall of 2003 provided the opportunity to compile the highlights of Keb' Mo''s recording career thus far into a single-disc collection. One might argue that, with only four regular albums under his belt (there was also a children's album, Big Wide Grin), Keb' Mo' wasn't quite ready for a best-of, but those albums attracted a wide audience among blues fans; each one lodged in the Top Five of Billboard's Top Blues Albums chart, and the second and third, Just Like You and Slow Down, won Grammys for Best Contemporary Blues Album. Actually, it's the self-titled first album from 1994 that is the most impressive (as well as the least "contemporary"), and six tracks from it have been excerpted here, with three from Just Like You, four from Slow Down, and one from the fourth album, The Door. "Crapped Out Again" appeared on the Tin Cup soundtrack in 1996, and the final track, "Piece of Mind," is a new recording. While Keb' Mo' covers Robert Johnson twice here, he generally uses traditional blues only as a touchstone, preferring to write his own songs in a blues-influenced but essentially pop style, and play them in the same manner. The film series wasn't a chronological documentary in the manner of Ken Burns' Jazz, but if it were, Keb' Mo' would have come at the end as an example of the kind of music blues has evolved into, for better or worse. He is a part of the story, but, at least on the basis of this compilation, not a major figure in it as yet. (Happily, the compilation was not released at a major price. Like the other titles in the series, it was given a mid-line list price of only $11.98).
© William Ruhlmann /TiVo

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