James Wheeler - Can't Take It (Music CD)

Release Date: 13 February 2012
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Cant Take It is the second Delmark release from Chicago blues guitarist James Wheeler. Backed by pianist Ken Saydak, guitarist Billy Flynn (heard on the right channel), bassist Bob Stroger, drummer Marty Binder, and harp player Ron Sorin taking the place of James brother Golden Big Wheeler on this session. Wheeler's guitar playing is consistently flashy through this set, while other bright moments include Flynn's twangy solo on the dirty blues "You Make It Hard Baby" and Saydak's funky organ playing on the lazy shuffle "Goin to the Station." Wheeler isn't the strongest vocalist around but he gets his message across on tracks like "This Can't Be Happening to Me," "My Baby's Gone," and "I Can't Take It." ~ Al Campbell
Release Date: 13 February 2012

1. Who Loves You Baby?
2. Wasting My Time
3. The Weaker Sex
4. This Can't Be Happening to Me
5. Sometimes
6. She's Gonna Pay
7. Come Home
8. You Make It Hard Baby
9. I Can't Take It
10. These Hard Hard Times
11. Goin' to the Station
12. My Baby's Gone
13. Where Did You Stay Last Night?
14. Sweet Thang


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Catalogue No: DE743