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Label: Fishhead Records - FCD-73732 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Blues •


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  1. For those not familiar with him, Wallace Coleman played harmonica on Lockwood's "Gotta Find Me A Woman" CD. But on his solo debut, he proves himself an artist in his own right. "Big Dog Blues", a song he wrote himself is hilarious, and the rest of the album, which includes originals as well as covers, only makes me upset that it took so many 5/5(1).

  2. A harmonica player/vocalist schooled at Little Walter University, a traditionalist with little affinity for contemporary sounds or flavor, as well as an underrated vocalist, Wallace Coleman excels on the humorous "Big Dog Blues" and "Black Spider": the former is about a dog whom food bills exceed the entire family's, and the latter is about a wicked woman with spiderish ways.6/

  3. If the name doesn't ring a bell, don't go searching for a copy of Blues for Dummies. Wallace Coleman entered the blues fray after retiring from the Cleveland, OH, bakery where he unloaded trucks. He was born in in Morristown, TN, where he fell for the blues listening to Howlin' Wolf, Sonny Boy Williamson, and Little Walter recordings on WLAC late night broadcasts out of Nashville.

  4. Sep 18,  · Lockwood called Coleman over and, on the spot, offered him a position in his band. A flattered Coleman said he had about 1 year to work before reaching retirement and he would contact Lockwood then. Wallace Coleman did retire, marking 31 years with Cleveland’s Hough Bakeries. And soon thereafter, as promised, he called Robert Jr. Lockwood.

  5. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Wallace Coleman by Wallace Coleman (CD, Jan, 2 Discs, Fishhead Records) at the best online prices at .

  6. Wallace Coleman is truly a legend in the global blues community, A self taught musician, Wallace played for 10 years with Robert Jr. Lockwood, including the Grammy-nominated album “I Got To Find Me A Woman.” Wallace is critically considered to be one of the premier harmonica players in the world of Blues.

  7. Apr 16,  · From CD, Album '' Wallace Coleman '' [ Fishhead Records - FCD, US] Wallace Coleman - harmonica, vocals Kevin Okey - guitar Bruce Cochran - guitar.

  8. CD Review The Wallace Coleman Band Live At Joe's (Pinto Blue Music , PBM) by Bill Halaszynski "Live at Joe's" earns Wallace Coleman his masters' degree in Post War Chicago Blues. Coleman and band swing sweet and true through twelve tracks that very well could have been recorded 40 plus years ago. In fact, many first were.

  9. Wallace Coleman does just that. Whether it's serious back room, smoky bar, down home, goose pimple raising pure blues as in "Lonesome Room Blues", or light hearted fun with a blues flair original as in "Big Dog Blues", Wallace delivers the goods. A purist's dream live half-track recording captures the spirit of a very special band/5(2).

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