T-Model Ford - To The Left To The Right mp3 flac
The 80 years old, Delta born T-Model Ford plays the blues the way it's meant to be: raw, dirty and simple. He roars and rumbles like he's under a constant spell. Side A features "To the Left To the Right", a track taken from his second album "You Better Keep Still" released by Fat Possum Records in 1998. On Side B we find a live rendition of "Somebody's Knockin'", whose studio version will be later included on the album "Bad Man" in 2002, released - once again - by Fat Possum
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James Lewis Carter Ford (probably June 24, 1923 – July 16, 2013) was an American blues musician, using the name T-Model Ford. Unable to remember his exact date of birth, he began his musical career in his early 70s, and continuously recorded for the Fat Possum label, then switched to Alive Naturalsound Records. His musical style combined the rawness of Delta blues with Chicago blues and juke joint blues styles.
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Next, the lever to the left beneath the steering wheel is the spark adjust advance/retard from before top dead center ignition to after top dead center. To retard the spark it is moved up, to advance the spark it is moved down. The Model T is always started in the retard position, as it was designed to be started by hand cranking. Unless it is retarded the engine can and will KICK BACK and do damage to hands, wrists and arms. NEVER crank it except in the retard position
T-Model Ford performing in the UK in 2009. Photograph: Andy Sheppard/Redferns. T-Model Ford, who has died aged 89, was an incorrigibly old-school blues guitarist and singer who came to the notice of white blues enthusiasts in the 1990s, in the wake of fellow Mississippian musicians RL Burnside and Junior Kimbrough. Promoted, like them, by the Fat Possum record label, he spent his later years captivating audiences, both at home and abroad, with his seemingly random storytelling and incessantly rhythmic guitar playing. In 1997, his first album for Fat Possum, Pee-Wee Get My Gun, introduced blues fans to his ramshackle but hypnotic playing. The critic Neil Slaven noted "the brute force of his sonic barrage and the crude discursiveness of his songs" and concluded: "Ford would be inept, if he knew where it wa.
The limited production stands in sharp contrast to output at the Model T plant in Highland Park, Mich. where as many as 8,900 cars left the line in a single day. To be fair, ramping up for production took a lot of time because the team - Bill Leland, an engineer with Ford's advanced vehicle engineering group, and Guy Zaninovich, an independent auto restorer and Model T expert - started with a well-restored 1914 Model T touring car and little else.
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|Kebab 013||T-Model Ford||To The Left To The Right (7", Single)||Sheep Records||Kebab 013||Switzerland||1999|
|Kebab 013||T-Model Ford||To The Left To The Right (7", Single, Ltd, pin)||Sheep Records||Kebab 013||Switzerland||1999|