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    Tony Joe White...Continued

    Label:Monument – SLP 18133
    Format:
    Vinyl, LP, Album
    Country:Netherlands
    Released:
    Genre:Rock
    Style:Blues Rock

    Tracklist

    A1Elements And Things5:07
    A2Roosevelt And Ira Lee (Night Of The Mossacin)3:05
    A3Woodpecker2:39
    A4Rainy Night In Georgia3:36
    A5For Le Ann3:19
    B1Old Man Willis3:08
    B2Woman With Soul3:15
    B3I Want You4:50
    B4I Thought I Knew You Well4:10
    B5The Migrant3:26
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    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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    ...Continued (LP, Album, Stereo)MonumentSMO 5035UK1969
    New Submission
    ...Continued (LP, Album)MonumentSLP. 18133Canada1969
    New Submission
    ...Continued (LP, Album)Monument, Monument940 013 , SPL 18133France1969
    ...Continued (LP, Album, Stereo)MonumentSLP 8133Germany1969
    New Submission
    ...Continued (LP, Album)MonumentSLP 18133Canada1969

    Reviews

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    streetmouse
    It simply boggles my mind that Elvis became the King, while most people have yet to discover Tony Joe White ... a blistering white hot singer and musician with one foot in the blues and the other in the swamp, laying out one luscious number after another that will reach out and knock you over, like the hand of god himself is bathing you in the warm waters of the southern back woods.

    Tony not only possesses an original, strong, intoxicating voice, but he’s a first rate musician who should be recognized by more than those in the know, and those in the music business. On songs like “Elements & Things,” Tony Joe White can roll you down the highway with the blacktop shimmering heat waves for miles ahead, and in the next breath he can cool things down like chilled air on his version of “Rainy Night In Georgia.” The man is one of those artists who manages to float the material of others like it belonged to him all along, though even with his style and grace, it’s his originals that ride low in the back seat, making five hundred miles on the flattop seem like a dream come true.

    There are many people who claim soul, who profess the blues, and think they put the roll in rock ... but let me tell you true, Tony is soul, Tony is the blues, and Tony did put the roll in steamy Southern rock n’ roll. Or should I come over to your house and prove it ...

    Review by Jenell Kesler