Tell 'Em What Your Name Is!
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- Released: March 17, 2009
- Originally Released: 2009
- Label: Lost Highway
Down Beat - p.643 stars out of 5 -- "TELL 'EM WHAT YOUR NAME IS! fulfills its title as it serves as an entertaining introduction to Lewis' intriguing take on modern soul music."
Living Blues - p.45"[With] rugged cuts that evoke both the energy of a young James Brown and the mischievousness of an elder Nathaniel Mayer."
- 3.I'm Broke
- 4.Big Booty Woman
- 6.Master Sold My Baby
- 7.Get Yo Shit
- 9.Bobby Boonshay
- 10.Please Pt. Two
Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears/Black Joe Lewis: Joe Lewis (vocals, guitar); Zach Ernst (guitar, lap steel guitar); David McKnight (tenor saxophone); Ian Varley (Fender Rhodes piano, Clavinet, organ, Wurlitzer organ); Bill Stevenson (bass guitar); Matthew Strmiska (drums).
Personnel: Joe "Cannonball" Lewis (vocals, guitar); Officer Tiny Tony (vocals); Josh Levy, Joshua Levy (baritone saxophone); Gilbert Elorreaga (trumpet); Leo Gauna (trombone); Grupo Fantasma "Jewmex" Horns (horns); Jim Eno (drums, drum, percussion).
Audio Mixer: Jim Eno.
Audio Remasterer: Jeff Lipton.
Recording information: Public Hi-Fi, Austin, TX.
Photographer: Cambria Lyn Harkey.
Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears kicked around the indie circuit before landing on Universal's Lost Highway imprint with their self-titled 2009 EP. Shortly after that, they unleashed their first full-length for the label. While those who snapped up the EP may be disappointed to discover that half of its tracks are repeated here, they'll likely be elated to discover how much more there is where those cuts came from. TELL 'EM WHAT YOUR NAME IS! mixes funky, '60s-style R&B, stomping electric blues, and punky, garage-rock aggression in equal parts, creating something akin to a musical meeting of the minds between the North Mississipi Allstars and the Detroit Cobras.
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