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Bite Me!

Label: Bullseye Records
Released: 2000

Album

You Knock Me Out

Label: Bullseye Records
Released: 2000

Album

Swinging The Blues

Label: Bullseye Records
Released: 2000

Album

Jukin'

Label: Bullseye Records
Released: 2000

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Smokin' Joe Kubek featuring Bnois King: Bite Me!

Read "Bite Me!" reviewed by Ed Kopp


Smokin' Joe Kubek (lead guitar) and Bnois King (vocals, second guitar) have been blues collaborators for over a decade now. Kubek is a versatile Dallas-based axeman who favors rock-style guitar effects. Louisiana native King is one of the most tasteful singers ever to front a crunching electric blues band. Unlikely as the Kubek-King partnership seemed in ...

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Smokin: Bite Me!

Read "Bite Me!" reviewed by Ed Kopp


Smokin' Joe Kubek (lead guitar) and Bnois King (vocals, second guitar) have been blues collaborators for over a decade now. Kubek is a versatile Dallas-based axeman who favors rock-style guitar effects. Louisiana native King is one of the most tasteful singers ever to front a crunching electric blues band. Unlikely as the Kubek-King partnership seemed in ...

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Claude Williams: Swinging The Blues

Read "Swinging The Blues" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Author Michael Ondaatje wrote Coming Through Slaughter, a fictional account of the real New Orleans barber and perhaps the first jazz musician, Buddy Bolden. Bolden’s myth and infamy comes from the fact he was never recorded. Thus, his life makes for great story telling and his sound for much exaggeration. For violinist Claude “Fiddler” Williams, recording ...

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Sax Gordon: You Knock Me Out

Read "You Knock Me Out" reviewed by Ed Kopp


In post-World War II America, two new strains of jazz competed for the public's attention: the bop of Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie, and the honking jump-blues made famous by saxophonists Red Prysock and Big Jay McNeely, among others. The latter style nearly died out with the advent of rock 'n roll, but a succession of ...

Album

Sweet & Swingin'

Label: Bullseye Records
Released: 1999


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