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Teasin You


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The best of Eaglin's terrific series of Black Top efforts so far -- song selection is absolutely unassailable (lots of savage New Orleans covers, from Lloyd Price and Professor Longhair to Willie Tee and Earl King), the band simmers and sizzles with spicy second-line fire (bassist George Porter, Jr. and drummer Herman Ernest III are a formidable pair indeed), and Eaglin's churchy, commanding vocals and blistering guitar work are nothing short of mind-boggling throughout the entire disc. ~ Bill Dahl, All Music Guide

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Fresh, Highly Recommended April 15 2008
By Paul W. Burgess II - Published on Amazon.com
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I had heard a lot about Snooks and never checked him out, so being a hardcore blues fan, I picked this up. WOW what an exuberant, soulful, just amazing album. Snooks's vocals are perfect for nearly every track, and his guitar playing is out of this world. Though some of the songs are covers of familiar classics (such as Dizz Miss Lizzy), they are done so well that in some cases they are perhaps the best versions of the songs. There's not a weak moment on the album, and it rewards multiple listens. It's hard to cite a highlight since the it is of such uniform high quality, but if I had to I'd say they are the funky "Soul Train," groovin' "teasin you" and purely joyful "jesus will fix it for you." What a treat this is... if you haven't heard any Snooks, please check him out... it's great to know we have a couple of great ones left like him in the blues world, and I don't even know that his greatness is truly appreciated. This man is a treasure.

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