“Link Wray” by Link Wray - album review

TJR says

Link's self-titled released of '71 is probably best described as a homemade bluesy brand of southern rock, recorded in his famously converted old chicken shack on his Maryland farm. It's amusing to know that for a time no drum kit was available, so on several tracks the musicians stomped on the floor for the bass drum and shook a can of nails for the snare drum. Gotta love that down-home vibe! As the man himself said: “In a way I couldn't care less if the album didn't sell a single copy. We're happy with it and we've done it our way”.

The Jukebox Rebel
03-Jun-2016


A1 [04:04] 6.4.png Link Wray - La De Da (Steve Verroca) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A2 [03:21] 5.1.png Link Wray - Take Me Home Jesus (Steve Verroca) Soul
A3 [04:29] 6.6.png Link Wray - Juke Box Mama (Steve Verroca) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
A4 [04:02] 6.9.png Link Wray - Rise And Fall Of Jimmy Stokes (Steve Verroca) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A5 [03:44] 6.7.png Link Wray - Fallin’ Rain (Fred Lincoln Wray) Soul
B1 [04:21] 5.4.png Link Wray - Fire And Brimstone (Fred Lincoln Wray) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B2 [03:03] 4.5.png Link Wray - Ice People (Fred Lincoln Wray) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B3 [03:54] 4.3.png Link Wray - God Out West (Steve Verroca) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B4 [04:48] 5.1.png Link Wray - Crowbar (Fred Lincoln Wray) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
B5 [03:58] 6.0.png Link Wray - Black River Swamp (Fred Lincoln Wray) Soul
B6 [04:32] 6.3.png Link Wray - Tail Dragger (Willie Dixon) Blues / Rhythm n Blues




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