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Feel Like Doin' Something Wrong

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Produced by blues historian and journalist Robert Palmer, Feel Like Doin' Something Wrong captures the haunted, otherworldly blues of CeDell Davis. Using a knife for a guitar slide, Davis creates strange, unpredictable sounds and matches them with his gnarled voice. Even better, there's hardly a bad song in the bunch, and his versions of "Murder My Baby," "Boogie Chillen," "Every Day Every Way" and "If You Like Fat Women" rank among the finest contemporary blues in the '80s.

Biografía

Nacido(a): 09 de junio de 1927 en Helena, AR

Género: Blues

Años de actividad: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

CeDell Davis was born in 1927 in Helena, AR. His right hand was crippled by polio at the age of ten, so he switched his guitar to a left-handed bottleneck style, which makes for a unique, atonal sound. He played locally throughout the 1950s and '60s, with friends such as Robert Nighthawk, Big Joe Williams and Charlie Jordan. After a series of compilation appearances and several live dates in New York, Fat Possum Records signed Davis. Noted blues journalist Robert Palmer produced his debut, Feel like...
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Feel Like Doin' Something Wrong, Cedell Davis
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