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Album Review

Big Walter Price's recordings for Huey Meaux are a much different affair from the rockin' blues sides he cut for Peacock in the early '50s. In search of the elusive hit, Price re-casts his sound on several of these sides in strong funk terms, loaded with wah wah effects and stinging guitar. However, tracks like "Diane, It's About Time," "If Blues Was Money," "Money Is the Root of All Evil," and "The Answer to Staggerlee" hearken back to his original style. An uneven set, at best.

Biography

Born: August 2, 1914 in Gonzales, TX

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active:

b. 2 August 1917, Gonzales, Texas, USA. Like many other aspects of society today, the blues features personalities famous for being famous. Big Walter Price is one. Raised from the age of three by his uncle, C.W. Hull, and aunt, he moved with them to San Antonio in 1928. Throughout his schooling, he also worked in cotton fields, sold newspapers, shined shoes and washed dishes. Taking an interest in music, he played with the Northern Wonders gospel group. After school, he worked on the railroad until,...
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