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Tony Joe White - Dangerous (1983)  Music

Posted by popsakov at April 23, 2018
Tony Joe White - Dangerous (1983)

Tony Joe White - Dangerous (1983)
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Country Rock, Soft Rock | Columbia #COL 471398-2

Tony Joe White, the original swamp rocker, continues to garner critical acclaim; his songwriting skills have only sharpened over the years and he remains a potent force. It was by combining country, rock and funky blue-eyed soul for his 1969 Top 10 Hit 'Polk Salad Annie' that White established his credentials. His album Dangerous was released Columbia Records in 1983, which featured the country hits 'The Lady in My Life' and 'We Belong Together'.

Tony Joe White - Live From Austin, Tx (2006)  Music

Posted by robi62 at Dec. 27, 2016
Tony Joe White - Live From Austin, Tx (2006)

Tony Joe White - Live From Austin, Tx (2006)
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Genre: Rock, Country | Label: New West | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 21 Feb. 2006 | Runtime: 63 min. | 3,76GB (DVD5)

A true icon of swamp rock, Tony Joe White parlayed his songwriting talent and idiosyncratic vocals into a modestly successful country and rock career in Europe as well as America. Born July 23, 1943, in Goodwill, Louisiana, White was born into a part-Cherokee family. He began working clubs in Texas during the mid-'60s and moved to Nashville by 1968.

Tony Joe White - Rain Crow (2016)  Music

Posted by popsakov at June 2, 2016
Tony Joe White - Rain Crow (2016)

Tony Joe White - Rain Crow (2016)
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Swamp Blues, Electric Blues, Folk Rock, Blues Rock | Yep Roc Records / Swamp Records #YEP-2450

Tony Joe White is a genre unto himself. Sure, there are other artists who can approximate White's rich gumbo of blues, rock, country, and bayou atmosphere, but almost 50 years after "Polk Salad Annie" made his name, you can still tell one of his records from its first few moments. 2016's Rain Crow confirms White hasn't lost his step in the recording studio. Produced by his son Jody White, Rain Crow is lean, dark, and tough; the bass and drums (Steve Forrest and Bryan Owings) are implacable and just a bit ominous, like the sound of horses galloping in the distance, while the flinty report of White's guitar sketches out the framework of the melodies and lets the listener's imagination do the rest…

Tony Joe White - Rain Crow (2016)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at May 27, 2016
Tony Joe White - Rain Crow (2016)

Tony Joe White - Rain Crow (2016)
Blues, Rock, Country | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 00:44:34 | 103 MB
Label: Yep Roc Records | Release Year: 2016

“With a deep, come-hither voice” (Mother Jones) and an “ability to turn that throbbing, thumping uh-uhh hazy guitar beat” (PopMatters), the “King of Swamp Rock” Tony Joe White will release his 19th studio album, Rain Crow on May. Recorded at his own studio and produced by his son, Jody White, Rain Crow summons recollections of long ago, when animals foretold the weather, tongue-talking worshippers proved their faith by handling snakes and a “bad wind” could drive a man to edge of insanity. The nine-song set features new compositions White wrote over the past three years, including co-writes with his wife, Leann, and Billy Bob Thornton on “The Middle of Nowhere.” Known for popularizing swamp music, White has written gems like “Polk Salad Annie” and “Rainy Night in Georgia,” and has had his songs performed by Elvis, Ray Charles, and Tina Turner.

Tony Joe White - The Heroines (2004) [Repost, New Rip]  Music

Posted by Designol at Dec. 16, 2015
Tony Joe White - The Heroines (2004) [Repost, New Rip]

Tony Joe White - The Heroines (2004)
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Genre: Singer/Songwriter, Swamp Blues, Country Blues | Label: Sanctuary | # SANCD301 | Time: 00:49:43

Tony Joe White, aka the Swamp Fox, has been on a roll these past few years, issuing album after self-released album of quality original material full of deep, dark, blues-flavored Florida vintage roots music.Heroines is no exception, but it is a record with a twist. First, it's on the Sanctuary label. Secondly, five of the record's 12 tracks are recorded with female vocalists in duet. They include the great Jessi Colter, Shelby Lynne, Emmylou Harris, Lucinda Williams, and Michelle White. The set opens with "Gabriella," a brief, jazzy flamenco-kissed instrumental, played on a pair of acoustic guitars. "Can't Go Back Home" stars Lynne. A true laid-back Tony Joe nocturnal swamp blues, it nonetheless carries within it that slightly menacing tension. Lynne's voice, which is well known for its power, showcases its other side here, one that is expressive, soulful and sensual even on slow burn. White's vocal whispers its edgy truth, underscored by his signature guitar sound.

Tony Joe White - Hard To Handle (2005)  Music

Posted by Designol at Oct. 2, 2015
Tony Joe White - Hard To Handle (2005)

Tony Joe White - Hard To Handle (2005)
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Genre: Blues Rock, Soul | Label: Fruit Tree | # FT 836 | Time: 00:32:58

Tony Joe White's Hard to Handle album is built around a concert recording made in 1969 or 1970. It features White swaggering through a clutch of tough-as-rock blues and soul covers like Big Joe Williams' "Baby Please Don't Go," Otis Redding's "Hard to Handle" and Jimmy Reed's "You Got Me Runnin'," as well as some originals. "I Want You" is a sludgy, nasty groover that has some truly scuzzy guitar solos and sounds like it could have come off a Jon Spencer Blues Explosion record, one of White's trademark swampy story songs "Roosevelt & Ira Lee (Night of the Moccasin)," and "When You Touch Me," a slight and uninteresting jam. Too bad the whole concert sounds like it was recorded through a wall of steel wool. The vocals are muffled at times; the sound cuts in and out and generally sounds no better than a hastily made bootleg. A couple of the songs ("I Want You" in particular) show White to be a dynamic performer with a lot more guts than one might imagine.

Tony Joe White - Deep Cuts (2008) [Repost, New Rip]  Music

Posted by Designol at Sept. 20, 2015
Tony Joe White - Deep Cuts (2008) [Repost, New Rip]

Tony Joe White - Deep Cuts (2008)
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Genre: Swamp Rock, Blues Rock, R&B | Label: Swamp Records | # 7708343-2 | Time: 00:51:46

Revered as one of the originators of swamp rock, Tony Joe White has recast a number of his classic songs on Deep Cuts, proving that time has no jurisdiction over funky. His signature groove, starting from his 1969 hit "Polk Salad Annie," is what he uses to paint a vivid picture of the world he experienced growing up, where poverty provided unity between otherwise divided races and bad-news women were sometimes too good to pass up. Tony Joe cut the tracks with his son Jody providing a rich palette of beats and loops, utilizing both digital and live drums, strings, organs, and the unmistakable timbre of his guitar. White's time-worn baritone is positively haunting, like a restless spirit conjured by the funk that was always the core of his music.

Tony Joe White - One Hot July (1998) [Repost, New Rip]  Music

Posted by Designol at Sept. 8, 2015
Tony Joe White - One Hot July (1998) [Repost, New Rip]

Tony Joe White - One Hot July (1998)
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Genre: Singer/Songwriter, Swamp Rock, Blues Rock, Country-Rock | Label: Mercury | # 558 894-2 | Time: 01:05:05

Tony Joe's first U.S. release since 1983 finds the swamp-rocker in rare form. Produced by Roger Davies – Tina Turner's manager/producer, and the one responsible for her '80s breakthrough – this is the most cohesive album he's made since his early Monument LPs with Billy Swan. Tony Joe is kept tightly focused with a small combo (Hammond organ, bass, drums), and the rest of the space in the mix is occupied by the star's funky guitar, harmonica, and breathy vocals, recorded so close he sounds like he's two inches from the listener's face. It also helps that Tony Joe's songwriting skills have only sharpened over the years; the disc is simply loaded with great songs, including "Crack the Window Baby," "Gumbo John," "I Want My Fleetwood Back," and the moody "Cold Fingers," "I Believe I've Lost My Way," and "Across From Midnight." One of his very best, and as highly recommended as they come.

Tony Joe White - Lake Placid Blues (1995) [Repost, New Rip]  Music

Posted by Designol at Sept. 6, 2015
Tony Joe White - Lake Placid Blues (1995) [Repost, New Rip]

Tony Joe White - Lake Placid Blues (1995)
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Genre: Singer/Songwriter, Blues, Swamp Blues, Country Rock | Label: Remark | # 527 530-2 | Time: 01:05:02

Tony Joe White's albums from the 1990's are all more stripped down and blues-oriented than his more well-known material from his "Polk Salad Annie"/"Rainy Night In Georgia" heyday. But although blues has been his main idiom for the past decade or so, "Lake Placid Blues" is mainly distinguished by two of the finest rockers of White's career, the title track and "The Beach Life". This set also includes "Let The Healing Begin", which had been covered to fine effect by Joe Cocker, but I like Cocker's version much better. Other highlights include "Louisiana Rain", "Down Again", and "The Guitar Don't Lie". Another fine set by a woefully underappreciated talent.

Tony Joe White - Uncovered (2006)  Music

Posted by Designol at Sept. 3, 2015
Tony Joe White - Uncovered (2006)

Tony Joe White - Uncovered (2006)
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Genre: Singer/Songwriter, Blues, Swamp Blues, Country Rock | Label: Swamp Records | # 7707243-2 | Time: 00:53:28

Tony Joe White says he always saw the friends he invited to play on his new album–Eric Clapton, Mark Knopfler, J.J. Cale, Michael McDonald, and the late Waylon Jennings–as "keepers of the fire." They're also premier custodians of loneliness and despair, the two emotions that lie at the heart of this hypnotic submersion into country/swamp blues. From the kickoff track, "Run for Cover," with Wayne Jackson of the Memphis Horns, these meditations on mourning–lost lovers, spiritual struggles, anxiety that knows no name and no bottom–grab the listener fast and pull him down into swirling dark waters.