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Album: Dance All Night
# Song Title   Time
1)    That Will Never Do More Info... 3:41
2)    Lillie Mae More Info... 3:08
3)    Come Back Baby More Info... 4:03
4)    Hey Now More Info... 4:46
5)    Walkin' Slow Behind You More Info... 2:40
6)    I'm Just Your Fool More Info... 4:01
7)    You Don't Know More Info... 3:04
8)    Up The Line More Info... 2:41
9)    Cuttin in More Info... 3:40
10)    Mister Dollar More Info... 3:22
11)    Memories Are Sweeter More Info... 4:23
12)    Back On Front Street More Info... 3:41
 

Album: Dance All Night
# Song Title   Time
1)    That Will Never Do More Info... 3:41
2)    Lillie Mae More Info... 3:08
3)    Come Back Baby More Info... 4:03
4)    Hey Now More Info... 4:46
5)    Walkin' Slow Behind You More Info... 2:40
6)    I'm Just Your Fool More Info... 4:01
7)    You Don't Know More Info... 3:04
8)    Up The Line More Info... 2:41
9)    Cuttin in More Info... 3:40
10)    Mister Dollar More Info... 3:22
11)    Memories Are Sweeter More Info... 4:23
12)    Back On Front Street More Info... 3:41
 
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Performer Notes
  • Personnel: Sugar Ray Norcia (vocals, harmonica); Chris Vachon (guitar); Rich Lataille (alto saxophone); Greg Piccolo (tenor saxophone); Doug James (baritone saxophone); Bob Enos (trumpet); Carl Overfurth (trombone); Matt McCabe (piano); John Rossi (drums).
  • Audio Mixers: Chris Vachon; Doug James ; Drew Townson; Carl Querfurth.
  • Recording information: Newbury Sound, Boston, MA (09/13/1993-09/15/1993).
  • Photographers: Jean Hangarter; Dana Smith.
  • Arrangers: Doug James ; Rich Lataille; Carl Querfurth.
  • This incarnation of Roomful of Blues includes vocalist and harmonica player Sugar Ray Norcia taking the singing spotlight, Matt McCabe now their pianist and Chris Vachon principal guitarist. This CD blends blues and R&B classics with a couple of originals; highlights include a fine reading of Smiley Lewis' "Lillie Mae," a remake of "Hey Now" originally done by Ray Charles and Norcia's fiery vocal and torrid harmonica solo on Little Walter Jacobs' "Up The Line." This is faithful to the classic tradition, but contains enough contemporary qualities to have a fresh and inviting sound. ~ Ron Wynn
Professional Reviews
JazzTimes (12/94, p.121) - "...50's jump blues and ballads....their best album in years..."

Living Blues (9-10/94, p.97) - "...the Count Basie Band of the blues/R&B revival; they build up a full head of steam, close the emergency relief valve, open up all the stops, and commence to swinging harder than anybody in the business..."
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