Keep Me Comin' (Bonus Tracks Version)
Download links and information about Keep Me Comin' (Bonus Tracks Version) by Jesse Ed Davis. This album was released in 1973 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz, Rock, Blues Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop, Funk genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 50:44 minutes.
|Artist:||Jesse Ed Davis|
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz, Rock, Blues Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop, Funk|
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|2.||She's a Pain||2:49|
|3.||Where Am I Now (When I Need Me)||3:13|
|5.||Who Pulled the Plug?||4:59|
|6.||Ching, Ching, China Boy||2:55|
|8.||No Diga Mas||0:42|
|10.||Keep Me Comin'||4:03|
|11.||Jesse Ed Davis Interview||14:22|
Jesse Ed Davis was an extraordinarily talented session guitarist whose adroit versatility and Kiowa Indian good looks made him one of the top three in-demand players of the ‘60s and ‘70s. After playing with everyone from John Lennon and George Harrison to Taj Mahal, Willie Nelson, Gene Clark, Neil Diamond, Eric Clapton and Conway Twitty (amongst others), he branched out with three solo albums. 1973’s Keep Me Comin’ proved to be his best received studio full-length. Following the hard-strutting grove of opening instrumental blues-rocker “Big Dipper,” “She’s a Pain” gets things going with gospel-tinged boogie-rock boasting some soulful backing vocals by Leon Russell, Merrie Clayton and Bonnie Bramlett. Davis injects some fresh funk into Andre Williams’ “Bacon Fat” with some stellar backing vocals on the chorus making the tune sound like an outtake from an epic party. The countrified “Ching, Ching, China Boy” is an autobiographical tune about racial slurs he was subjected to as a kid. Bonus tracks include an interview and the wah-wah laden title-track that’s so good it’s a wonder why it was omitted from the original.