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Double Dealin [Import]

Lucky PetersonAudio CD
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)


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Lucky Peterson with Larry Campbell - You Can Always Turn Around (Documentary)

Biography

Lucky Peterson was discovered by blues legend Willie Dixon when he was three years old, released his first record at five and soon after appeared on The Tonight Show. Trained by keyboardists Bill Doggett and Jimmy Smith, Peterson went on to play behind Little Milton, Bobby “Blue” Bland and Kenny Neal. On return from the “Young Blues Giants” tour of Europe, he signed ... Read more in Amazon's Lucky Peterson Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 25, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Universal
  • ASIN: B00005HU9S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)

1. Double Dealing
2. It Ain't Safe
3. When My Blood Runs Cold
4. Smooth Sailing
5. Don't Try to Explain
6. Mercenary Baby
7. Ain't Doin' Too Bad
8. Where Can a Man Go?
9. 3-Handed Woman
10. Doin' Bad, Feelin' Good
11. 4 Little Boys
12. Remember the Day

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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Being "Lucky" Has Nothing to Do With It! April 12, 2001
Format:Audio CD
Lucky Peterson has fired off the finest CD of his amazing career. A child prodigy who appeared on The Tonight Show and The Ed Sullivan Show, he has matured into a bonafide triple threat who has performed with Etta James, Otis Rush, B.B. King and Albert Collins. The singer/guitarist/organist was certainly well-groomed. Lucky's father is bluesman James Peterson, and his first record (at age 5!) was produced by Willie Dixon. The title track fires up the boilers and the Jimmy McCracklin classic is a perfect showcase for Peterson's searing guitar and smooth vocals. When My Blood Runs Cold, co-written with his father, sports a textbook blues guitar intro, and John Cleary's crisp, haunting piano backing polishes the trim. Cleary, who sparkles on Smooth Sailin,' and tickles the ivories on Ain't Doin' Too Bad, also wrote the funky Doin' Bad, Feelin' Good, fine vehicles for the Texicali Horns. Peterson's hymn-like Hammond B3 sets the tone for a near-religious experience on Keb Mo's Don't Try to Explain, illustrating how far he has come as a vocalist and also featuring wife Tamara on background vocals. Peterson's gospel influence is no surprise, having led him to a 1966 collaboration with Mavis Staples. His forays into R&B and soul were honed by Little Milton and Bobby Blue Bland. Mercenary Baby is a jumpy, upbeat comeback tune, and Andre Williams' classic Three Handed Woman chronicles a woman who is "right handed, left handed, underhanded too!" Another touching effort is 4 Little Boys, the true story of his grandmother's deathbed plea to his grandfather to persevere in raising their four sons. There are 12 tracks here, all of them gems. Lucky Peterson is recognized as one of the most talent young bluesmen around today, and for good reason. Listening to this stellar CD--an inspiring blend of Petersons's guitar, vocals and organ-will leave blues fans triple dealin'.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
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I personally believe that Lucky Peterson is one of the major stars in the Soul-Blues business. Double Dealin' is a great CD that, from my point of view, proves it beyond any doubts. From the opening guitar driven title track to the end, this collection shows the immense talent of Mr. Peterson: great organ player, great guitarist and least but not last great singer too! The influence of the great Little Milton, with whom he played keyboards for long time, is evident throughout the entire album however he always manages to keep his own identity and personality. Personally I prefer the more "blues" orientated tracks like "Double Dealin'" where he unleash a stunningly powerful guitar solo, or the slow "When my blood runs cold", however no one of the songs included in this CD would rate less than 4.5 stars. Best song of the album is the cover of the classic "Ain't doin' too bad" that by itself worth the price of admission: simply a masterpiece! In conclusion this is a great album that would please soul-blues lovers but also blues purists and that confirms once again the great qualities and the immense potentialities of this great artist. Well done Lucky, 5 stars!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great CD Recommended February 8, 2008
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I'm no Critic so I'll get to the point with this CD I've been listening to Lucky Peterson for a few years now and like all good talented musicians some are better than others and Double Dealling is one of his better Albums Recommended
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5.0 out of 5 stars incredible May 30, 2012
By Nice
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Bunch of us bought this CD and it rocks - it's a celebration - Blues is not sad, it lets you know what's real and how to celebration life.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Some Smokin' Guitar! September 26, 2002
Format:Audio CD
Lucky Peterson has been on the scene since he first released "1-2-3-4" when he was only 6 years old. Now 38, Peterson has become a fairly accomplished and versatile musician. In addition to releasing some solo material, he has found time to perform as a session musician for Etta James and Otis Rush. "Double Dealin'" continues to show that Peterson is a bona fide blues man. The CD contains plenty of soulful lyrics in the style of Bobby "Blue" Bland and scorchin' guitar playing reminiscent of an early day Buddy Guy.
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