Checkin Up On My Baby - Blues Creation - The Blues Creation (CD, Album)

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  1. Blues Creation — Blues Creation () Written by bluesever Sunday, 11 September - Blues Creation — Blues Creation () Checkin’ Up On My Baby — Steppin’ Out — Smoke Stack Lightnin’ — Double Crossing Time — I Can’t Keep From Crying — Spoonful —
  2. Blues Creation Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 7 Need to find more of their music. Tunes I was sort of impressed with were the catchy "Checking Up On My Baby", "Double Crossing Time" and "All Your Love". Line-up: Fumio Fuya - vocals, Kazuo Takeda - guitar, Yoshi Yuki - bass and Shinichi - drums. Do check it out. Read more. 5 people /5(7).
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  4. Blues Creation was a Japanese band led by guitarist / vocalist Kazuo Takeda. Originally inspired by American blues, the debut album was comprised of covers of classic American blues artists. Their follow up album of , "Demon and Eleven Children" took a sharp turn into the heavy blues / heavy psychedelic style that was popular at the time.
  5. Blues Creation MKII (essentially founding guitarist Kazuo Takeda and three fresh-faced handpicked cohorts) made their recorded debut via 's enigmatically named Demon & Eleven Children, which was released in amidst an onslaught of then unsuccessful but now legendary albums documenting Japan's eccentric music scene of the apcreslintumedlyporzikaligesphe.co, ironically, Blues Creation's very competence at.
  6. If you want to hear a heavy psychedelic blues album from Japan, complete with Hendrix influence, look no further. If you love the blues this belongs filed under "B" And here's a track-list to boot: 1 Checking Up on My Baby 2 Steppin' Out 3 Smoke Stack Lightnin' 4 Double Crossing Time 5 I Can't Keep From Crying
  7. The album would only achieve legendary status decades later, though, and so the rest of that year found a multi-tasking Blues Creation recording another album backing singer Carmen Maki (billed as Carmen Maki & Blues Creation), as well as a jam-happy concert document entitled simply Blues Creation Live.
  8. Blues Creation was founded in Tokyo in They released this, their impossibly rare debut of American blues covers, that same year. Featuring covers of Sonny Boy Williamson, Chester Burnett, Memphis Slim, Willie Dixon, and more, this is the greatest recorded example of the Japanese obsession with American blues music.
  9. And the singles "Can't Stop Lovin' You" and "Crazy For My Baby" make their album debut here (they were previously only released as singles), as does "Who" and the instrumental numbers "Flying Saucer" and "Teenage Beat". harmonica lovers should definitely check out "Blues With A Feelin'". as well as the first-time US appearances of.

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