Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings Live is a live album by the Bill Wyman after he left The Rolling Stones to return to a more rock & roll version of R&B and blues rock.
It was recorded in Berlin on June 15, 2004.
Bill Wyman left The Rolling Stones in 1993 and he formed a band called Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings in 1997. This is good time music and it delivers in full.
Songs On Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings Live
1. I Got A Woman
2. Jump Jive And Wail
3. Baby Workout
4. If I Can’t Have You
5. Jitterbug Boogie
6. Bright Lights Big City
7. Muleskinner Blues
8. You Never Can Tell
10. Race With The Devil
11. I Shall Not Be Moved
12. Disappearing Nightly
13. Flatfoot Sam
14. I’ll Be Satisfied
15. Let’s Talk It Over
16. Wild One (Real Wild Child)
17. Roll Em Pete
There are constant switches of lead vocals which helps to keep the sound fresh.
Playing on the album are:
Beverley Keete (vocals 3,4,9,14)
Andy Fairweather Low – guitar, vocals (tracks 6,11,15)
Albert Lee – guitar, vocals(tyracks 2,7,12,16)
Terry Taylor – guitar
Frank Mead – saxophone, Jew’s harp
Nick Payne – saxophone, harmonica
Mike Sanchez – piano, vocals (1,4,5,10,13,17)
Bill Wyman – bass, vocals (track 8)
Graham Broad – drums
I ignored the Rhythm Kings for too long.
There’s no doubt that Bill Wyman knows how to put on a great show that makes you have fun. It’s hard not to smile and dance (or tap or jiggle) along with this album.
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