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Showing posts with label Ain't No Man A Good Man. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Ain't No Man A Good Man. Show all posts

Monday, August 10, 2020

Mescal Canyon Records artist: Wily Bo Walker & Danny Flam - Ain't No Man A Good Man - New Release Review

I just had the opportunity to review the most recent release, Ain't No Man A Good Man, from Wily Bo Walker & Danny Flam and it's a cool mix of rock, R&B and soul. Opening with title track, Ain't No Man A Good Man, Wily Bo Walker on lead vocal and guitar is upfront and wailing. His vocals are raw and his guitar lead bluesy. Backed by Danny Flam on trombone, trumpet, sousaphone, Hammond and vocal this is a cool opener. Did I Forget, has a real nice 60's R&B swing with sax and trumpet reeling. Cool sax work by Ron Bertolet and solid trumpet work by Flam really caps the track. One of my favorite tracks on the release, Velvet Windows (Treme Trippin') has a great New Orleans funky feel with tight trumpet and Hammond work, with great bari sax work giving it a terrific woven mix. Ain't Hungry No More is another really cool track with it's reggae beat and super trumpet accents, snappy snare drum, and guitar lead. Blues shuffle, Time to Forget You has nice flow with horn backing and great vocal work with Walker on lead and The Brown Sisters of Chicago Gospel Choir in harmony. Walker takes a real nice guitar solo on this one giving it a cool edge. Wrapping the release is a lumbering, bottom heavy, rock track, Build My Gallows... (Ain't No Return) with strong lead vocals by Walker and warm backing by The Brown Sisters, great keys, rumbling bass, punchy horns and fat bari sax. Super closer for a solid release. 

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