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Album: T-Bird Rhythm
# Song Title   Time
1)    Can't Tear It Up Enuff More Info... 0:03
2)    How Do You Spell Love More Info... 0:02
3)    You're Humbuggin' Me More Info... 0:03
4)    My Babe More Info... 0:03
5)    Neighbor Tend to Your Business More Info... 0:03
6)    The Monkey More Info... 0:03
7)    Diddy Wah Diddy (Bonus Track) More Info...
8)    Lover's Crime More Info... 0:02
9)    Poor Boy More Info... 0:03
10)    Tell Me (Pretty Baby) More Info... 0:03
11)    Gotta Have Some/just Got Some More Info... 0:04
 

Album: T-Bird Rhythm
# Song Title   Time
1)    Can't Tear It Up Enuff More Info... 0:03
2)    How Do You Spell Love More Info... 0:02
3)    You're Humbuggin' Me More Info... 0:03
4)    My Babe More Info... 0:03
5)    Neighbor Tend to Your Business More Info... 0:03
6)    The Monkey More Info... 0:03
7)    Diddy Wah Diddy (Bonus Track) More Info...
8)    Lover's Crime More Info... 0:02
9)    Poor Boy More Info... 0:03
10)    Tell Me (Pretty Baby) More Info... 0:03
11)    Gotta Have Some/just Got Some More Info... 0:04
 
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Performer Notes
  • Fabulous Thunderbirds: Kim Wilson (vocals, harmonica); Jimmie Vaughan (guitar); Keith Ferguson (bass); Fran Christina (drums).
  • Recorded at Third Coast Studios, Austin, Texas. Originally released on Chrysalis Records (FV 41395). Includes liner notes by Denny Bruce.
  • Digitally remastered by Robert Vosgien (2000 Capitol Mastering).
  • The T-Birds fourth album was their first recorded with an outside producer, in this case the estimable Nick Lowe, then at the peak of his coolness. Lowe fleshed out the band's sound agreeably if not ostentatiously, and the album that resulted was probably the group's best to date. It's a tad heavier on covers than usual (including a terrific version of "Diddy Wah Diddy" which temporarily erases the memory of Captain Beefheart's) but at least one of leader Kim Wilson's originals, "Poor Boy" (which features a great duel between Wilson's whistling and guitarist Jimmie Vaughan's whammy-bar solos), sounds like an actual half-remembered old-time blues classic.
Professional Reviews
Q (11/93, p.144) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...[T-BIRD RHYTHM] shows how the [Fabulous Thunderbirds] opened up to new perspectives..."
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