Cub Koda & The Houserockers - It's The Blues! Volume 1 download free
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Tracks 1 to 10 recorded at Sotosound Studios. Originally released as "Cub Koda & The Houserockers - It's The Blues" Vinyl, LP. Tracks 11 to 16 recorded Live at .
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The Blues Is Where It's At, Spann's enduring 1966 album for ABC-Bluesway, sounded like a live recording but was actually a studio date enlivened by a gaggle of enthusiastic onlookers who applauded every song (Waters, guitarist Sammy Lawhorn, and George "Harmonica" Smith were among the support crew on the date). A Bluesway encore, The Bottom of the Blues, followed in 1967 and featured Otis' wife, Lucille Spann, helping out on vocals.
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The group's first album was It's the Blues, released in 1981. Their second album, The Joint Was Rockin', was released in 1996. Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Koda continued his busy schedule of touring, recording, and writing. The album Smokin' in the Boy's Room: The Best of Brownsville Station, was released by Rhino Records in 1993, and Welcome to My Job, a retrospective of his non-Brownsville recordings, was released by Blue Wave Records in the same year. A song by Koda, "You're the Only Girl (Delores)", was included on the tribute album Daddy Rockin' Strong: A Tribute to Nolan Strong & the Diablos, released by The Wind Records in August 2010 and distributed by Norton Records. The song was included on Koda's 1994 album Abba Dabba Dabba, which had only limited release.
|A1||Riding In The Moonlight||3:57|
|A2||Somebody Changed The Lock||4:25|
|A3||Mama Talk To Your Daughter||2:22|
|A4||Nine Below Zero||4:12|
|A5||Rockin' This Joint Tonight||2:57|
|B3||Just Like I Treat You||3:43|
|B4||The Dirty Duck Blues||5:45|
|B5||Bright Lights, Big City||1:26|
- Recorded At – Soto Sound Studio
- Mixed At – Bankert Recordings
- Mastered At – Sterling Sound
- Bass – Michael "Mudcat" Ward
- Design – N.J. Anderson
- Design Concept – Max Koda
- Drums, Whistle – Ted Harvey
- Engineer – Jerry Soto
- Guitar, Vocals – Brewer Phillips, Left Hand Frank, Lefty Dizz
- Liner Notes – John Forward
- Mixed By – Pete Bankert
- Photography – Michael Tipton
- Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica, Piano, Producer – Cub Koda
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Etched Side A): LP-106-A
- Matrix / Runout (Etched Side B): LP-106-B
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped Both Sides): STERLING
|FC 93 CD||Cub Koda & The Houserockers||It's The Blues (CD, Album, RE)||Fan Club||FC 93 CD||France||1991|
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