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The Red Devils - Blackwater Roll (CD)

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  1. There is a freshness to “Blackwater Roll” — an unhinged Size solo and Bateman killing himself behind the drums, as Butler goes chaotic on the vocals and the harp solo, chanting, almost stream of consciousness. The set also includes “Commit a Crime” — the Howlin’ Wolf song wrongly called “Louisiana Blues” on the 2 Meter Sessies.
  2. The Red Devils: Blackwater Roll ‎ (CD, Single) Quicksilver Recording Company Ltd. Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release New Submission. Add to Collection /5(3).
  3. The Red Devils: Blackwater Roll ‎ (CD, Single) Quicksilver Recording Company Ltd. Sell This Version/5(7).
  4. Explore releases from The Red Devils at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from The Red Devils at the Discogs Marketplace. The Red Devils: King King (Album) 9 versions: Def American Recordings: Europe: Sell This Version: 9 versions The Red Devils: Blackwater Roll .
  5. The Red Devils were a Los Angeles based band who played blues-rock music. They were active during the late s and early s. The band members included drummer Bill Bateman (also of The Blasters), guitarist Dave Lee, bassist Johnny Ray Bartel (also of The Knitters), guitarist Paul "The Kid" Size, and band leader and harmonica player Lester Butler.
  6. Nine songs were recorded with guitarist Zach Zunis, who replaced Hormel. However, due to mounting problems, the album was never completed. Four songs from the session were later released on the Blackwater Roll EP. In November , the band returned to Europe for more club and festival trivsanjuletmauflatroatwisnasurgosan.xyzinfo: Blues rock.
  7. rows · Listen free to The Red Devils – Blackwater Roll (Blackwater Roll, Mr. Highway Man and .
  8. What I do know is that both of the official Red Devils singles in the UK — “Blackwater Roll” (Way ) and this promo (Way ) — are credited to Def American and This Way Up. They are most likely a local distributor for Def American. (I do find them credited online with releases from artists such as Tindersticks and Ian McNabb.).

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