Bo Diddley
Go Bo Diddley = 180g vinyl LP =

  1 x LP   120grs   33⅓rpm   

( 1959 )2012 EU 12track vinyl LP=His second 1959 longplay effort only adds a go to his classic debut refining his trademark square guitar and crazydistorted amplification to create new sounds anticipating the inno...

Label:  Rumble 
Availability:   In Stock
Delivery time:  
€16,95 Incl. VAT (BTW)
Quantity:    In Basket

Released date 02-06-2012 (Originally released in 1959)

2012 EU reissue 180g vinyl LP=His second 1959 longplay effort only adds a go to his classic debut refining his trademark square guitar and crazydistorted amplification to create new sounds anticipating the innovations of 60s rock icons like Jimi Hendrix and his rumbasounding hambonestyled Bo Diddley beat housed in a picture sleeve

Tracks
01 Crackin Up
02 Im Sorry
03 Bos Guitar
04 Willia And Lillie
05 You Dont Love Me You Dont Care
06 Say Man
07 The Great Grandfather
08 Oh Yeah
09 Dont Let It Go
10 Little Girl
11 Dearest Darling
12 The Clock Strikes Twelve

 Bo Diddley's second album, 1959's Go Bo Diddley, didn't have as many hits and instant classics as his self-titled 1957 debut, but in terms of ceaseless rhythm, choppy guitar heroics, fearless statements of purpose, and inspired eccentricity, it's nearly as brilliant as Bo Diddley, and no one who follows Bo's genius should be without it. Go Bo Diddley has it all -- oft-covered classics ("Oh Yea," "Dearest Darling"), hoodoo blues workouts ("You Don't Love Me"), red-hot dance numbers ("Don't Let It Go"), tall tales ("The Great Grandfather," "Willie and Lillie"), stories of romantic difficulties ("Crackin' Up"), Bo getting frantic on his guitar ("Bo's Guitar," in case you couldn't tell), Bo and maracas man Jerome Green trading insults ("Say Man"), and even Bo showing off his skills on the violin ("The Clock Strikes Twelve"). The recording is full of that priceless five-foot-thick Chess Records echo, which only adds to the epic-scale mystery of these performances, and Bo is audacious and energetic on all 12 tracks. Bo Diddley was always one of the most unusual artists in the first wave of rock & roll, a guy whose sound and songwriting style always set him apart from his peers, and Go Bo Diddley finds him sounding truly individualistic, and truly entertaining to boot. An essential item for fans of early rock at its most beautifully bent.

Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 120grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: Rumble
Originally released: 1959
This release: 2012
 Add
Use commas to separate tags.

Reviews

No reviews found...