Luke And The Locomotives
The 1991 album from Robert Lucas.
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"Hello Ladies and Gentlemen, I am Willie Dixon and I would like to tell you about this blues recording. The blues is music about the facts of life and all the different experiences in life, are what make all the different sounds in the blues. This young man and his band play so many styles of blues that brought back so many good memories to me. From the Mississippi delta to the south side of Chicago, they do it all. The guitar, the harp and the rhythm from the bass and the drums is just beautiful and the wisdom of the words in Lucas' songs are those of a true bluesman. Why this band hasn't made it a long time ago I don't know I but I guess they never got the chance. I don't go out on a limb too often and I'm telling you true, if you love the blues then you'll love this band and you'll have to have this record. Thank you very much." - Willie Dixon July 17, 1991
Robert Lucas - vocals, slide guitar, harmonica
Paul "Pops" Bryant - guitar
Al "Bedrock" Bedrosian - bass
Bob "Max" Ebersole - drums
Produced by: Joe Harley
Recorded by: Allen Sides and Michael C. Ross at OceanWay Recording, Hollywood, CA December 14 and 15, 1990
Assistant Engineer: Chris Niswander
Mastered by: Bernie Grundman
Recording: Custom modified ATR-100 2 Track and ATR-124 16-track
Cables: AudioQuest Quartz
Microphones: Tube: AKG C12A, C12, Neumann M50, U67, M269, Telefunken 251 FET: C37 SS: Sennheiser MD441