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I Have To Worry - King Curtis - Trouble In Mind / Its Party Time (CD, Album)

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Label: Ace - CDCHD 545 • Format: CD Album, Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Rhythm & Blues


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  1. Yozshuzil
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Trouble in Mind/It's Party Time - King Curtis on AllMusic - /
  2. Taubar
    This quintessential release presents two of Curtis' finest LPs: Trouble in Mind (his only recordings as a blues singer) and It's Party Time. Both albums were originally issued by the Tru-Sound label in , and have been remastered and packaged together in this very special collector's edition, which also includes 4 bonus tracks from the same.
  3. Kern
    Trouble In Mind Written-By – Richard Jones: 2: Jivin' Time Written-By – Curtis Ousley: 3: Nobody Wants You When You're Down And Out Written-By – James Cox* 4: Bad, Bad Whiskey Written-By – Thomas Davis* 5: I Have To Worry Written-By – Ousley* 6: Woke Up This Morning Written-By – King*, Taub* 7 3/5(1).
  4. Fenrill
    Trouble in Mind is a very unusual King Curtis set. Rather than playing R&B-ish tenor as usual, Curtis switches to alto, plays effective guitar on a few numbers, and sings most of the tunes. Joined by guitarists Al Casey and Mac Pierce, pianist Paul Griffin, bassist Jimmy Lewis, drummer Belton Evans, and three female vocalists, Curtis sticks mostly to veteran blues songs (including "Nobody 6/
  5. Zulkibar
    Trouble In Mind was originally released as TRU in while It's Party Time With King Curtis came out as TRU the following year. Both capture the saxophonist blowing in a fairly straight-ahead mainstream jazz manner, but as always with his blues and gospel roots showing through, and a nod towards the latest dance crazes (at the.
  6. Grokasa
    May 01,  · From '' Trouble In Mind '' Label: Tru-Sound -- TRU Format: Vinyl, 33 ⅓ RPM Country: US Released: Tracklist A1 Trouble In Mind A2 Jivin' Time A3 Nobody Wants You When You're Down And Out A4 Bad Bad Whiskey A5 I Have To Worry B1 Woke Up This Morning B2 But That's Alright B3 Ain't Nobody's Business B4 Don't Deceive Me B5 Deep Fry
  7. Kibar
    The album's highlight, without doubt, is the slow, 8-minute blues instrumental DEEP FRY, with Curtis's wailing alto and Griffin's piano spotlighted. King Curtis is a pleasant enough blues vocalist, but his forte is still blowing that saxophone, whether tenor or alto (he plays both here, though only credited on alto)/5(6).
  8. Jule
    King Curtis-Trouble In Mind Its Party Time 4 Bonus T (US IMPORT) CD NEW. AU $ + AU $ shipping. King Curtis-Trouble In Mind/It's Party Time With King Curtis (US IMPORT) CD NEW. AU $ + AU $ shipping. Poison Season [Bonus Australian Tracks] by Destroyer. AU $ AU $ Curtis Mayfield Music Album CDs and DVDs.
  9. Mulmaran
    King Curtis & The Noble Knights "Play that one called 'Soul Twist,'” sings Sam Cooke in Having A Party, underscoring the fact that this was a pretty big hit in #1 R&B and #17 was also the first record on Bobby Robinson's Enjoy label (the label on which Robinson claims to have released the first rap record by Grandmaster Flash, although this is the subject of dispute).

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