Billy Boy Arnold Back Where I Belong
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- Released: October 8, 1993
- Originally Released: 1993
- Label: Alligator Records
Audio Magazine (2/94, p.84) - Sound: A / Performance: A+ - "...Arnold excells in rhumba-boogies, quick shuffles, and deliberately mid-tempo drags; he gives his stories entertaining, close-up details, and his harp is recorded with glorious in-your-face presence...."
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Personnel: Billy Boy Arnold (harmonica, vocals), Zach Zunis (guitar), Andy Kaulkin (piano), Tom Leavey (bass), Lee Smith (drums).
Personnel: Billy Boy Arnold (vocals, harp, harmonica); Chris Faulk, Mike Flanagan, Zach Zunis, Rick Holmstrom (guitar); Lester Butler, Randy Chortkoff (harp, harmonica); Hook Herrera (harp); Rob Rio, Andy Kaulkin (piano); Lee Smith, Jimi Bott (drums).
Audio Mixer: Julian Herzfeld.
Liner Note Author: Kirk Silsbee.
Recording information: ACME Recording, Chicago, IL; Pacifica Studios, Culver City, CA.
Photographer: Peter Amft.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Randy Chortkoff; Bruce Iglauer.
Indeed he is. Recorded in Los Angeles with a crew of young acolytes offering spot-on backing (guitarists Zach Zunis and Rick Holmstrom acquit themselves well), Arnold eases back into harness with a remake of "I Wish You Would" before exposing some fine new originals (the Chuck Berry-styled rocker "Move on Down the Road" is a stomping standout) and an homage to his old mentor Sonny Boy (a romping "Shake the Boogie"). ~ Bill Dahl
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