Frank Biner - Frankie B. Is Back In Town

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Frank Biner is back in town - and what a furious return we are experiencing here! That Biner has to be regarded as one of the finest blues guitarists and singers around is something we already know from his previous records. That Biner’s highly explosive mixture of Chicago Blues and deepest soul music will even reanimate the sleepiest listener in front of his stereo, too, is no news at all - but nevertheless always fascinating. On “Frankie B. is Back in Town”, however, Biner pushes his own standards to a new limit: seemingly endless power, an absolutely marvelous backline (what an understatement to say so) with more than twelve highly acclaimed musicians, twelve high-octane compositions and a typically “American made” production - all material was recorded in San Francisco - make “Frankie B. is Back in Town” one of the most exciting recent blues releases. Not only dedicated blues-afficionados won’t most probably hesitate to grab a copy ...

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recorded: 1997
time: 45:12
Musicians:

Frank Biner: guitar, vocals Dan Armstrong: trombone Francois Binet, Steve Evans, Willie Riser, Karl Severeid, Robin Sylvester: bass Chris Burns: piano Dezon Claibourne, Bobby Cochrane, Kelvin Dixon, Paul Reveli, Larry Vann: drums Herman Eberitzsch: piano, organ Mic Gillette: trumpet, trombone Steve "Doc" Kupka: baritone sax Mark Lee, Marvin McFadden, Tom Poole: trumpet Mike Peloguin: tenor sax,harmonica Jim Pugh: organ Stevie "Keys" Roseman: piano, organ Norbert Stachel: tenor and alto sax Dave Stone: tenor sax Jeff Tamelier: guitar Joe Louis Walker: slide guitar


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