Friday, 24 September 2010

BO DIDDLEY - ANOTHER DIMENSION (CHESS 1971) Jap mastering cardboard sleeve




Funky Bo Diddley – one of Bo's key early 70s sessions for Chess Records – all of which have him stepping out in a much harder groove than years past! The sound here is relatively tight – with Diddley guitar and vocals on top of some larger arrangements from Bob Gallo – backings that mix together sounds from contemporary rock and soul, but always with an ear for the roots that Bo inspired in the first place – put forward towards a new generation with nicely kicking rhythms and really fuzzy guitars! The standout number here is the break classic "Go For Broke" – a drum-heavy instrumental that's worth the price of the record alone – and other titles include the great original "Pollution", plus versions of "The Shape I'm In", "Down On The Corner", "Lodi", "Bad Side Of the Moon", and "Bad Moon Rising".
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7 comments:

Tarkus said...

Thousand Thanx for This!

Anonymous said...

thanks, i can´t wait to hear it!

Anonymous said...

so great than you

DD

Anonymous said...

i tried to send an e-mail but failed due to lack of ability to do so as i am not computer savvy..... thing is i found the "Gypsy" album on your site and want the other one you mentioned , "Brenda & the Rattlesnake" I have it on vinyl (i heard it on john peel) , but want it on mp3 can you help ?....... lovely stuff you do , thanks.... ivan from warwick ....

Anonymous said...

TURBO MAN!!!One more fine post

DaveB. said...

First time visitor. So much great stuff. Grabbed up a bunch. Thanks so much!!

Peace and SOUL,
Dave...

Complete Unknown said...

Refreshing site. Keep up the good work.