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Album Review

There's a certain honesty about people like Robert Belfour. Just by listening to What's Wrong With You one can immediately tell that he had a back breaking life in Memphis, TN. Blues enthusiasts are fortunate enough to hear all about it on his first album.

Belfour was 60 years old by the time that What's Wrong With You came out. Over forty years of guitar playing is clearly heard throughout this record, as he bears his soul of all the heartbreak and hard times in his life. And through his vintage of country based blues that looks back into the '20s and '30s, you can tell that there's not a fake bone in Belfour's body.

Biography

Born: Holly Springs, MS

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Robert 'Wolfman' Belfour is a little-known but very powerful blues guitarist and singer based in Memphis, Tennessee. Born to sharecropper parents on a farm in Holly Springs, Mississippi, he began playing guitar in the late '40s after the death of his father who left the instrument to him. He learned by emulating the sounds of such greats as John Lee Hooker, Muddy Waters, and his idol, Howlin Wolf, as they were being broadcast on his mother's battery-operated radio. He was also influenced to some...
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