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Blue Suede Shoes - Ry Cooder - The Slide Area


1982
Label: Warner Bros. Records - WAR 56976 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Portugal • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock
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Listen to the groove on "Which Came First," and try to keep your body from bobbing to the strong rhythm laid down by Jim Blue Suede Shoes - Ry Cooder - The Slide Area Tim Drummondand the background vocalists. While we are on the subject of vocals, this is one of Ry Cooder 's best efforts, and his backup vocalists are key here and deserve special recognition: Bobby KingJohn HiattWillie Greeneand Herman Johnson for most of the CD.

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7 thoughts on “ Blue Suede Shoes - Ry Cooder - The Slide Area ”

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The Slide Area opens with outrageous and funky `UFO Has Landed In The Ghetto.' The song includes Tim Drummond's ground-shaking bass rhythm, and a list of every funk and dance cliche every written. With visual impressions of an alien doing the funky chicken, I believe Cooder takes a cynical swipe at beats per minute dance tempo music/5(10).