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Randall Bramblett's latest release, Devil Music, is built upon a foundation of R&B and Soul, but this album spreads its wings with Rock & Roll fervor and a willingness to improvise. Devil Music was inspired by the biography, Moanin’ At Midnight: The Life and Times Of Howlin’ Wolf . In the book, Hubert Sumlin tells a story of Howlin’ Wolf crying all the way from Mississippi to Chicago. Wolf and his band had been on tour when they decided to make a stop at his boyhood home in White Station, Mississippi. Wolf wanted to take his mama money and show her who he’d become. She opened the door, saw who it was and she slammed the door in Wolf’s face. She told him she didn’t want his money and didn’t want anything to do with him. Wolf played “Devil Music.”
Randall Bramblett's latest release, Devil Music, is built upon a foundation of R&B and Soul, but this album spreads its wings with Rock & Roll fervor and a willingness to improvise. Devil Music was inspired by the biography, Moanin’ At Midnight: The Life and Times Of Howlin’ Wolf . In the book, Hubert Sumlin tells a story of Howlin’ Wolf crying all the way from Mississippi to Chicago. Wolf and his band had been on tour when they decided to make a stop at his boyhood home in White Station, Mississippi. Wolf wanted to take his mama money and show her who he’d become. She opened the door, saw who it was and she slammed the door in Wolf’s face. She told him she didn’t want his money and didn’t want anything to do with him. Wolf played “Devil Music.”
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Format: CD
Label: NEWW
Rel. Date: 09/18/2015
UPC: 607396644025

Devil Music
Artist: Randall Bramblett
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Dead In The Water
2. Devil Music
3. Bottom Of The Ocean
4. Angel Child
5. Pride In Place
6. Reptile Pilot
7. Whiskey Headed Woman
8. Strong Love
9. Ride
10. Thing For You
11. Missing Link

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Randall Bramblett's latest release, Devil Music, is built upon a foundation of R&B and Soul, but this album spreads its wings with Rock & Roll fervor and a willingness to improvise. Devil Music was inspired by the biography, Moanin’ At Midnight: The Life and Times Of Howlin’ Wolf . In the book, Hubert Sumlin tells a story of Howlin’ Wolf crying all the way from Mississippi to Chicago. Wolf and his band had been on tour when they decided to make a stop at his boyhood home in White Station, Mississippi. Wolf wanted to take his mama money and show her who he’d become. She opened the door, saw who it was and she slammed the door in Wolf’s face. She told him she didn’t want his money and didn’t want anything to do with him. Wolf played “Devil Music.”
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