Christian Willisohn – Heartbroken Man (1996)

Artist: Christian Willisohn
Title: Heartbroken Man
Year Of Release: 1996
Label: Blues Beacon
Genre: Blues, Electric Blues, Jazzy Blues
Quality: Mp3 320 / APE (image, log, .cue)
Total Time: 57:34
Total Size: 146/327 Mb (covers)

1. A Girl Like You
2. Heart Broken Man
3. Congo Square
4. Raven
5. New York City
6. Funeral
7. Unauthentic Blues
8. Macho Man
9. Drown In My Own Tears
10. On The Bayou
11. Little Voodoo Baby
12. The Man In Your Life

Accordion – Ludwig Seuss; Backing Vocals – Rick Hollander, Rocky Knauer; Bass – Rocky Knauer; Clarinet – Stephan Holstein; Drums – Rick Hollander; Guitar – Titus Vollmer; Organ – Ludwig Seuss; Piano – Christian Willisohn; Saxophone – Stephan Holstein; Vocals – Christian Willisohn.
Christian Willisohn is one of the outstanding figures on today’s music scene. No matter where he performs, critics and audiences alike applaud his supreme musicianship, his creativity and his technical virtuosity. In his own compositions, pianist and singer Christian Willisohn goes back to the roots of the blues, taking his listeners on a trip from the basics to the myriad facets of the music. His musical career began in 1980 in the Munich clubs; from the mid-eighties onward he toured across Europe and the USA with blues greats like Zora Young, Aron Burton, Vince Weber, Lousiana Red and many others. Festival appearances including Montreux, Ascona, Munich, Berlin, Frankfurt, Burghausen, Vienna, Hamburg, Lyons, Paris, Barcelona, New York, Chicago, New Orleans, Sydney, and Auckland assured him of an impressive international following.
The same year, Christian and his good friend Lillian Boutté recorded their first duo CD, Lipstick Traces, at Allen Toussaint’s legendary Sea Saint Studios in New Orleans, using Fats Domino’s rhythm section. The ongoing success of this recording has secured the duo a multitude of tour dates and television appearances in Europe and the States.

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