The Amazing Bingo Band - Dragster / Power Music FLAC album
Bingo! is the sixteenth studio album by the Steve Miller Band. The album was released on June 15, 2010, by Roadrunner Records and Loud & Proud. The album is the first studio release by the band since 1993's Wide River. It was recorded alongside a second album which was released 10 months later. The album is dedicated in memory of Norton Buffalo, who died on October 30, 2009.
Bingo! is the Steve Miller Band's first studio record in 17 years. Thematically, it's a look back at the the electric blues and R&B that influenced him as a young man. Issued on his own Space Cowboy imprint, is also the final recorded appearance of blues harmonica great Norton Buffalo who passed away in 2009. Blues classics by . King, Lowell Fulsom, Otis Rush, Howlin' Wolf, Earl King, Jimmy Reed, and Jessie Hill are here, along with three selections by contemporary bluesman Jimmie Vaughan.
Request an album send to friend. Steve Miller Band - Bingo! Release date: 2010.
BINGO!' is the album Steve Miller has waited his entire life to make. Reaching back to his apprenticeship as a young man on the Chicago blues scene, Miller and co-producer Andy Johns brought classic rhythm and blues numbers that have been at the foundation of his music throughout his career into the 21st century. A true return to Miller's roots, 'BINGO!' echoes his early years in the Chicago music scene and features carefully chosen and crafted blues tracks performed in distinctive Steve Miller Band fashion. Reaching back to his apprenticeship as a young man on the Chicago blues scene, Miller and co-producer Andy Johns brought classic R&B numbers that have been at the foundation of his music throughout his career into the 21st century. The album was co-produced by Andy Johns (Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin,.
The Steve Miller Band's first new album in 17 years, "Bingo!" opens with the declaration, "Hey everyone, I think I'll take this time to have some fu. And that's exactly what Miller & Co. do as they hark back to his roots on 10 energetically rendered blues and R&B covers. Those words come from the song "Hey Yeah" (one of three Jimmie Vaughan tunes, including "Who's Been Talkin'?" and the sublime "Sweet Soul Vibe"), which represents the contemporary edge of the set. "Bingo!" mostly mines Miller's.
- Producer – A. Taylor*, S. Silvi*
- Written-By – A. Taylor*, S. Silvi*
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