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Rockin' Guitar Blues: Essential Recordings

Duke Robillard

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A quick sampler of Duke Robillard's blues-based work with Rounder Records, this set teases more than it delivers, and one misses the more swing and jazz-inflected tracks the guitarist also recorded for the label. That said, the version here of Ike Turner's "You Ain't the One" is probably worth the price of admission, and Robillard does get into some jazz territory on the previously unreleased "T-Bone Boogie."

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Biography

Born: October 4, 1948 in Woonsocket, RI

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Duke Robillard is one of the founding members of Roomful of Blues, as well as one of the guitarists who replaced Jimmie Vaughan in the Fabulous Thunderbirds in 1990. Between that time, Robillard pursued a solo career that found him exploring more musically adventurous territory than either Roomful of Blues or the T-Birds. On his solo recordings, the guitarist dips into blues, rockabilly, jazz, and rock & roll, creating a unique fusion of American roots musics. In 1967, Duke Robillard formed...
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