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Showing posts with label Walter "Wolfman" Washington. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Walter "Wolfman" Washington. Show all posts

Sunday, December 15, 2013

Rob Paparozzi , Walter "Wolfman" Washington and Dave Keyes

New Jersey-based frontman, singer, & harmonica player Rob Paparozzi has been a blues performer since 1967. But Rob is far from being strictly a blues musician. In fact, he's at home playing a wide range of music, ranging from rock to blues to jazz to pop. This versatility is reflected in the long and remarkably diverse list of major artists Rob has worked with, including B.B.King, Dr. John, Bruce Springsteen, Whitney Houston, Carole King, Roberta Flack, Culture Club, Cyndi Lauper, Randy Newman, Jimmy McGriff, and James Galway.





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Monday, May 9, 2011

Shake That Booty


Wolfman gets his New Orleans groove going in a nice funky groove.

Doin' The Funky Thing - In Stores NOW

"Since I first heard The Wolf, I thought that he was one of the hippest guitar players and singers! He understood how to comp behind other singers, whether it was Johnny Adams, Lee Dorsey, or Irma Thomas. I think “Doin’ The Funky Thing” is crucialchronic FUNK at its best!" Dr John

Friday, April 22, 2011

You Can Stay But That Noise Got To Go


I remember the first time I ever saw Walter "Wolfman" Washington. He was on a PBS special and his sound was just great. Searched him out and had to have his music. This is one of my favorites and one borrowed from Johnny Guitar Watson.
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