Album · 1978 · 9 Songs. Live and Burning Son Seals. Spontaneous Combustion (Live). The Son Seals Blues Band. Nothing but the Truth.
Live at Wise Fools Pub in Chicago.
Live and Burning lives up to its billing. Seals' smoking set, caught live at Chicago's long-gone (and definitely lamented) Wise Fools Pub, finds him attacking a sharp cross-section of material - Detroit Junior's deliberate "Call My Job," Elmore James' "I Can't Hold Out," his own "Help Me, Somebody" - with an outstanding band in tow, featuring saxophonist . Reed, guitarist Lacy Gibson, pianist. Alberto Gianquinto, bassist Snapper Mitchum, and drummer Tony Gooden.
1. I Can't Hold Out. 4:140:30. Listen to Live and Burning in full in the this site app. Play on this site. Inc. ℗ 1978 Alligator Records & Artist Mgmt. Seals' smoking set, caught live at Chicago's long-gone (and definitely lamented) Wise Fools Pub, finds him attacking a sharp cross-section of material – Detroit Junior's deliberate "Call My Job," Elmore James' "I Can't Hold Out," his own "Help Me, Somebody" – with an outstanding band in tow, featuring saxophonist . Reed, guitarist Lacy Gibson, pianist Alberto Gianquinto, bassist Snapper. Seals cut a live LP in 1978 at Wise Fools Pub; another studio concoction, Chicago Fire, in 1980, and a solid set in 1984, Bad Axe, before having a disagreement with Iglauer that that was patched up in 1991 with the release of his sixth Alligator set, Living in the Danger Zone. Nothing But the Truth followed in 1994, sporting some of the worst cover art in CD history, but a stinging lineup of songs inside.
Live and Burning (1978).
She's Fine (Reed) 7. Call My Job (Perkins, Williams) 8. Last Night (Little Walter) 9. Hot Sauce (Seals). As old Latin proverb says: how many people, so many tastes. You can download here blues music in few minutes
1. Son Seals - I Can't Hold Out. 2. Son Seals - Blue Shadows Falling. 3. Son Seals - Funky Bitch. 4. Son Seals - The Woman I Love. 5. Son Seals - Help Me, Somebody. 6. Son Seals - She's Fine.
His debut album, The Son Seals Blues Band, was released in 1973. The album included "Your Love Is Like a Cancer" and "Hot Sauce". It was followed by Midnight Son (1976) and Live and Burning (1978). Seals released several albums in the next two decades, all but one on Alligator Records, including Chicago Fire (1980), Bad Axe (1984), Living in the Danger Zone (1991), Nothing but the Truth (1994) and Live: Spontaneous Combustion (1996). Handy Awards in 1985, 1987, and 2001