title:Red Hot: Vive Le Boogie!
Year Of Release:2016
Genre:Piano Blues, Boogie Woogie
Quality:FLAC | MP3
Total Size:253 MB | 102 MB
Paul Hornsby – Red Hot Vive Le Boogie! (2016)
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1. Mess Around (4:24)
2. Hallelujah I Just Love Her So (4:19)
3. Corinna Corinna (3:44)
4. Red Hot (2:38)
5. Key To The Highway (2:47)
6. Let The Good Times Roll (3:54)
7. High Blood Pressure (3:44)
8. I’m Ready (3:55)
9. After Hours (3:36)
10. Amazing Grace (3:26)
Paul Hornsby was born in Alabama, where he grew up listening to his father, an old time fiddler, play at local square dances. When he was fourteen, he began playing guitar, which was his first serious entry into creating music. Paul learned his licks from Chet Atkins, Merle Travis, and then the “Ventures” records.
While attending the University of Alabama in 1962, he was exposed to the blues and R&B music, folks like acts like Slim Harpo, Jimmy Reed, Arthur Alexander, and so on.
Hornsby played in various bands throughout his career, including The Men-Its alongside the great Eddie Hinton, and later Hourglass with Duane and Gregg Allman. Soon afterward, Paul would accept a studio staff position with Phil Walden at the newly formed Capricorn Records in Macon, Georgia. There, Paul, along with Johnny Sandlin on drums, Pete Carr (former Hour Glass member) on guitar, and Robert Popwell (later with the “Crusaders”) on bass, became the rhythm section at Capricorn Studio. After backing some of the great recording artists of the day for a while, Hornsby settled into daily studio work and became studio manager at Capricorn.
By this time, Capricorn was up and running as a full blown record label, with the success of the Allman Brothers Band, who had formed and moved to Macon at the same time as Paul. Soon, Capricorn signed a band from South Carolina called the Marshall Tucker Band. It fell Paul’s lot to do the production duties. After two months of 15-hour sessions, this band’s first album was released, self-titled the “Marshall Tucker Band.” The rest is history. Paul produced the next five hit Marshall Tucker LP’s for Capricorn. In addition to producing, his distinctive piano style can also be heard on those albums in such standards as “Heard It In A Love Song”, “Can’t You See, “and others.
In the mid 70’s Paul left his position as Capricorn staff producer, and went independent. This enabled him to produce outside artists on other labels. One such artist was The Charlie Daniels Band. He recorded four albums with Charlie including the southern anthem “The South’s Gonna Do It Again” and “Long Haired Country Boy.” In addition to the four studio albums, there were”3 or 4 of the ‘Volunteer Jam’ live albums with practically everyone in the world on stage together, including Willie Nelson ” He also continued to produce other acts for Capricorn, such as the Wet Willie band and countless others.
There suddenly had become a new musical genre, formed out of bands from these environs, dubbed “Southern Rock.” This music had become accepted and loved by countless listeners the world over. It has been a long road since that pioneer southern rock band, “Hour Glass” set out for California in 1967.
Paul was inducted into the Alabama Music Hall Of Fame in 2010.
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