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What's Wrong With You by Belfour, Robert

Belfour, Robert

What's Wrong With You
Fat Possum

***REISSUED ON VINYL!!! The first ever album from hypnotic Mississippi bluesman and childhood friend of the late Junior Kimbrough, ROBERT BELFOUR. Nine strong and fluid tracks that should appeal to blues fans from B.B. to Burnside. "The record is a stone marvel"-- Chris Morris, Billboard Magazine

LP $23.75

09/23/2016 045778033614 

FP 803361 

CD $14.25

05/30/2000 045778033621 


Pushin’ My Luck by Belfour, Robert

Belfour, Robert

Pushin’ My Luck
Fat Possum

***“ROBERT BELFOUR’s sophomore effort for Fat Possum—at 63, he is one of the youngest artists on the roster and is by far the most ‘polished,’ if the Delta blues can ever really be called that—proves his debut was indeed only a beginning. In stark contrast to his labelmates, Belfour strictly plays acoustic blues, but he plays them with the same dark, trancelike feel of Junior Kimbrough, haunting spookiness of Fred McDowell, rhythmic intensity of John Lee Hooker, and sprawling drawl of Lightnin' Hopkins. TED GAINEY aids Belfour on a drum kit. While the first album was all of a piece, and everything but the vocal seemed to be recorded at the same level (and even then, Belfour couldn't always be understood among the ringing guitars and shuffling drums), Pushin' My Luck is nervier, a bit more edgy. Belfour's truly nearly unbelievable singing is a bit more in the foreground, enough to add to the hypnotic repetition in his music, while the drums—played no more elaborately than Meg White's in the White Stripes—are mixed just a tad higher, bringing it extremely close to the punch this stuff has when played in front of a live audience. Fans of Kimbrough's guitar playing will be instantly drawn to the polyrhythmic, droning chords and ambling, elegantly raw, slippery fills that Belfour plays, whether it's on "Hill Stomp," the title track, "I Got My Eyes on You," "Sweet Brown Sugar," or "I'm Gonna Leave," which closes the set. The vibe is the same everywhere; this...

LP $23.75

07/23/2013 045778036912 


CD $14.25

04/15/2003 045778036929