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Another one from P-VINE's new series called 'Spin The Blues' is here! This is the first album by Smokey Wilson, a tough and gutsy blues singer and guitarist based on the West Coast. Wild, droning vocals that sound like a mix between Howlin' Wolf and Elmore James, and a groove with a messy funky blues beat. From funk blues to shuffles and slow blues, you'll be blown away by the energy and crispness! A masterpiece with a rush of energy that is even exhilarating. P-VINE is reissuing on vinyl this intensely funky modern blues masterpiece, originally released by the prestigious Modern/Kent Records in 1977 on their sub label Big Town, with an iconic Japanese obi!
Another one from P-VINE's new series called 'Spin The Blues' is here! This is the first album by Smokey Wilson, a tough and gutsy blues singer and guitarist based on the West Coast. Wild, droning vocals that sound like a mix between Howlin' Wolf and Elmore James, and a groove with a messy funky blues beat. From funk blues to shuffles and slow blues, you'll be blown away by the energy and crispness! A masterpiece with a rush of energy that is even exhilarating. P-VINE is reissuing on vinyl this intensely funky modern blues masterpiece, originally released by the prestigious Modern/Kent Records in 1977 on their sub label Big Town, with an iconic Japanese obi!
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Blowin' Smoke [Reissue]
Artist: Smokey Wilson
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $53.98
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Another one from P-VINE's new series called 'Spin The Blues' is here! This is the first album by Smokey Wilson, a tough and gutsy blues singer and guitarist based on the West Coast. Wild, droning vocals that sound like a mix between Howlin' Wolf and Elmore James, and a groove with a messy funky blues beat. From funk blues to shuffles and slow blues, you'll be blown away by the energy and crispness! A masterpiece with a rush of energy that is even exhilarating. P-VINE is reissuing on vinyl this intensely funky modern blues masterpiece, originally released by the prestigious Modern/Kent Records in 1977 on their sub label Big Town, with an iconic Japanese obi!
        
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