There's a new sound coming from Memphis, but it's as familiar as mom's cooking.
If you aren't already a devotee, this album will not only convert you, but will baptize you in the fire that is Beth Hart.
In 1970 Cocker was given only nine days to put together a band for his upcoming tour. Up against the wall and without a band, he turned to his friend Leon Russell for help.
'Prick of the Litter' features lounge-style originals by a career blues and rock musician with a casual elegance and a sense of humor.
This release isn't for the Saturday night, boogie-woogie crowd. It's for those of us who still enjoy a glass of sweet tea on a Sunday afternoon. If you fit that category, you'll be doing yourself a disservice by not immediately purchasing this first-rate record.
Henry Stuckey may well have invented the "gothic" blues sound, but Skip James took it to the next level, Ledfoot gave it the name, and now, Neals has perfected it.