Somebody Tell That Woman, The Lazy Jumpers
El Toro Records R&B 200

File under blues, not rockabilly.

The Lazy Jumpers "Somebody Tell That Woman" is the debut album from an amazing jump blues combo with influences such as T-Bone Walker, Sonny Boy Williamson, Little Walter & Tiny Bradshaw among others. This album was made using vintage recording equipment recreating the sound of the Rhythm & Blues from the 40's & early 50's.

The music from this Spanish combo is being acclaimed by the specialized magazines around as the best new group. They play a fine mixture of West Coast to Chicago to rock 'n' roll leaded by Blas Picón on Little Walter style chromatic harmonica and deep voice at Big Joe Turners style.

It Hurts So Bad / Calling To My Baby / From Now On / I Feel Like Movin' / Tell that Woman / I'm a Man so I'm a Fool / Swingin' with Johnny / I Wanna Make Love to You / I'm a Kid Again / Salt & Pepper Boogie / Lazy Jump / Well Oh Well / Lazy / I'm Gonna Tell My Mamma / Up The Line / False Start Boogie

The Lazy Jumpers are:
Blás Picón - Vocals, Harmonica
Mario Cobo - Guitar, Backing Vocals
Ivan Kovacevic - Upright Bass
Marco Antonio - Drums

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