Friday, October 29, 2021

Link Wray - Beans and Fatback (1971)

Link Wray - Beans and Fatback (1971)


Tracklist front / back album covers


"Beans and Fatback" - 1:36

"I'm So Glad, I'm So Proud" - 6:21

"Shawnee Tribe" - 3:27

"Hobo Man" - 3:53

"Georgia Pines" (Traditional) - 3:57

"Alabama Electric Circus" - 3:59

"Water Boy" - 6:12

"From Tulsa to North Carolina" - 4:30

"Right or Wrong (You Lose)" - 2:58

"In the Pines" (Traditional, arr. Wray, Verroca) - 7:09

"Take My Hand (Precious Lord)" (Traditional) - 3:38



Link Wray Band Members / Musicians

Link Wray - electric guitar, acoustic guitar, dobro, 12-string guitar, bass guitar, steel guitar, lead vocals

Doug Wray - rhythm guitar, background vocals

Bill "Juke Box" Hodges - piano, organ, background vocals

Mordicai Jones (a.k.a. Bobby Howard) - piano, mandolin

Steve Verroca - drums, percussion, background vocals

 

Producer: Steve Verroca

Recording engineer: Ray Vernon

Mixing engineer: Simon Heyworth

Photography: unknown

Art design: unknown



Beans and Fatback is the 1973 release by pioneer rock and roll guitarist and Shawnee Indian Link Wray. It was recorded in 1971 by Link's brother Vernon "Ray Vernon" Wray at Wray's Shack Three Track studio, an old chicken shack on Wray's farm in Accokeek, Maryland during the Link Wray/Mordicai Jones sessions. It was mixed by Simon Heyworth at The Manor Studio, Oxfordshire, England. The music is similar to other of Wray's period recordings with distinctive "shack" sound and the same Americana blend of blues, country, gospel, and folk rock, but it is a slightly looser and harder-rocking set than Link Wray.

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