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Sunday, June 10, 2012

Clay Cotton - Do You Know What It Means

Styles : Piano Blues
Released : 1989
Lable : Clay Cotton

01 - Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?
02 - Whole Lotta Loving
03 - House Party
04 - Dangerous
05 - Language of the Heart
06 - My Wife Can't Cook
07 - Oowee Baby Blues
08 - Red Beans
09 - Sweet Little Sixteen
10 - Washable Ink
11 - Watching You Fall into Sleep

Over a span of decades playing at the very pinnacles of show business, Clay Cotton's piano gained the respect, loyalty & musical companionship of legends like Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, B.B. King, Janis Joplin, Mick Jagger, Bonnie Raitt, Elvis, Charlie Musselwhite, Jerry Garcia, Cher, John Lee Hooker, Hank Williams Jr, Chuck Berry , Grace Slick , Boz Scaggs, Robert Cray, Steve Ray Vaughn, Jim Morrison, Etta James, Muddy Waters, Tina Turner and scores of others...

 The irresistible tracks in this treasured collection are stellar examples of Clay Cotton's rip-snortin', off-the-cuff, good-time piano playing and singing, plus smoky, poignant ballads.

This is the same, remarkable music which earned Clay both global media recognition & raving hoards of near-rabid fans who now eagerly gobble up each & every available recording unearthed from Clay's pleasure chest of archived tracks.

This batch is composed of seamlessly-interwoven, boogie woogie blues-based tracks, marked by Clay's rich, sexy, vocals.

Most of these tunes are from the legendary "Santa Fe sessions of 1989", recorded just before Clay contracted the crippling Multiple Sclerosis which plagues him to this day and prevents him from ever again playing piano.

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