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Bo's the man


 
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15.09.2006
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01 Intro/Bo Diddley
02 Doctor Jekyll
03 Everleen
04 I don't know where I'v been
05 You can't judge a book
06 Road runner
07 I'm a man
08 Mona
09 I don't know where I've been (Bonus track)
10 Juke (Bonus track)
11 Sad hourse (Bonus track)
 
This album showcases 8 songs performed at a concert in the 1980’s with the opener being Bo’s most celebrated song. Bo is backed by the seasoned UK ensemble “Main Squeeze” comprising Eric Bell on guitar, Keith Tillman on bass, Dave Moore on keyboards, Dick Heckstall-Smith on saxophone and ‘Stretch’ on drums. The set list covers Bo’s music well. From the opener “Bo Diddley” through “You Can’t Judge A Book”, “Road Runner” and “Mona” the listener experiences a good clutch of Bo Diddley rhythms. “Everleen” gives us gritty down-home blues, we get up-tempo funk from “Doctor Jekyll” and the blues classic “I’m A Man” sounds like his Maxwell Street mentor Muddy Water’s spirit is spurring it on! The boogie number “I Don’t Know Where I’ve Been” has Bo jiving that “there’s ten women to every man there” and he breaks down one minute into “You Can’t Judge A Book”. Bo cracks up laughing when something triggers his sense of humour but he takes up the song again with a vengeance. They audience are loving being in the court of Bo Diddley – The Originator.
 
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