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Bad Mouthin'
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Louisiana Blues, Rhythm & Blues
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1412 mb
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Complete your Tony Joe White collection. Here on Bad Mouthin’, Tony takes you on a magnificent sonic adventure, one lavishly embroidered with ragged edges held together by gold thread, with the album consisting of five blistering original numbers infused with seven established blues tracks, all delivered on his well used 1965 Fender Stratocaster, the same guitar I saw him use back in San Francisco so many years ago. With all of the songs sounding mournful, they’re presented in a slay manner, as if Tony Joe knows a secret, and to understand that secret, all you have to do is sit back and listen

Tony Joe White readies haunted, primal new blues album, ‘Bad Mouthin’,’ due out on Yep Roc on Sept. LEGENDARY SONGWRITER AND PERFORMER TONY JOE WHITE STAYS CLOSE TO THE BONE WITH HIS HAUNTED, PRIMAL NEW BLUES-BASED ALBUM, BAD MOUTHIN’ - OUT ON YEP ROC RECORDS, SEPTEMBER 28 Featuring two lost songs and a sound that evokes the classic recordings of John Lee Hooker and Lightnin’ Hopkins, this Jody White-produced album is a testament to the 75-year-old artist’s. The legendary songwriter’s new blues-based album, Bad Mouthin’, which arrives September 28, 2018, comes straight from the swamps with its blend of classics and five White originals, including two of the first songs he wrote - just before penning his breakthrough hits Polk Salad Annie and A Rainy Night in Georgia in 1967.

Tony Joe White ought to be up there in the Hall of Fame. He’s written hits for Elvis Presley and Tom Jones (Polk Salad Annie), Dusty Springfield (Willie And Laura Mae Jones), Tina Turner (Steamy Windows) and Randy Crawford (Rainy Night In Georgia), not to mention Robert Cray and Willie Nelson. And, at the age of 75, he’s back with an excellent new album Bad Mouthin’, produced by his son Jody. It’s a timely reminder of the abiding influence of his signature sound, and a testament to his deep southern roots, blending classics by blues legends like Charley Patton, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Jimmy Reed and Lightnin’ Hopkins with five of his own compositions.

Artist: Tony Joe White. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: October 16, 2018 - Tony Joe White – In Concert In Baden Baden Germany 1992 (2018).

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Tracklist

Bad Mouthin'
Baby Please Don't Go
Cool Town Woman
Boom Boom
Big Boss Man
Sundown Blues
Rich Woman Blues
Bad Dreams
Awful Dreams
Down The Dirt Road Blues
Stockholm Blues
Heartbreak Hotel

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
YEP 2593 Tony Joe White Bad Mouthin' ‎(2xLP, Album, Whi) Yep Roc Records YEP 2593 US 2018
YEP 2593 Tony Joe White Bad Mouthin' ‎(12xFile, MP3) Yep Roc Records YEP 2593 US 2018
YEP 2593 Tony Joe White Bad Mouthin' ‎(2xLP, Ltd, Sky) Yep Roc Records YEP 2593 US 2018
BSMF-6153 Tony Joe White Bad Mouthin' ‎(CD, Album) BSMF Records BSMF-6153 Japan 2018
YEP-2593 Tony Joe White Bad Mouthin' ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Yep Roc Records YEP-2593 US 2018
YEP-2593 Tony Joe White Bad Mouthin' ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Yep Roc Records YEP-2593 Russia 2018


Reviews:
  • Irostamore
I first came across Tony Joe back in the 60’s when he made his way to California, and while not quite a hippie, he was a man of the road then, and has never been off of it for most of his life.Tony Joe is one of the most consistent artists I know, though with that consistency, one could easily and rightly so ask, “Just how many Tony Joe albums do I need?” For me, that’s a difficult question to answer, as all of his outings offer up something new and exciting, even if it’s but one perfect song that I’m able to add to an ever-growing collection of his material, songs ride comfortably in my weathered back pocket. To date that’s about forty simmering numbers that I find relentlessly compelling. That may seem like an odd thing for me to admit, especially since I rate many of his albums very highly … the point is, his hushed whispered vocals and lo-fi presentation have been settling around me like warm air lightly blowing through the half open door of an abandon roadhouse on some off the interstate backroads adventure, in some small town that’s disappearing off the map even as I sit there in the half-light at a dusty table looking at that map, trying to figure out where I am.There’s nothing fast about Tony Joe, though if you listen closely, he’s buzzing around the room like a big ol’ swamp fly lookin’ for a place to roost. Here on Bad Mouthin’, Tony takes you on a magnificent sonic adventure, one lavishly embroidered with ragged edges held together by gold thread, with the album consisting of five blistering original numbers infused with seven established blues tracks, all delivered on his well used 1965 Fender Stratocaster, the same guitar I saw him use back in San Francisco so many years ago. With all of the songs sounding mournful, they’re presented in a slay manner, as if Tony Joe knows a secret, and to understand that secret, all you have to do is sit back and listen. Amazingly enough, “Sundown Blues” and the title track “Bad Mouthin’” stretch back to the 60’s, being two of his earliest recordings, rediscovered and lightly reworked here for the first time.Elementally so, Tony Joe is the spot on the musical map where lo-fi begins and ends. Of course others have tried their hand at this sparse pared back sound, yet no one I’ve come across even comes close to Tony’s idiosyncratic interpretations, featuring White’s road weary haggard voice, where he often drops out of singing verse and simply lays out some talkin’ blues to his wasted strummings that never fail to captivate. Simply put, Bad Mouthin’ is stark understated blues, the kind of thing you’ve always imagined blues to be, yet just never managed to cross paths with.So while Tony Joe may not be standing at the proverbial crossroads dueling with the devil, he’s certainly enticed the devil to pull up a comfortable overstuffed chair, strike a match, watch the blue smoke trail off to the ceiling and simply waste away the afternoon listening to Tony Joe White do what he’s been doing for my entire life … and with sheer perfection here.Review by Jenell Kesler