CD Let Them Talk [Hugh Laurie] [CD] [1 disc] (CD 15770401),
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Let Them Talk [Hugh Laurie] [CD] [1 disc]

  • 1. St. James Infirmary
    2. You Don't Know My Mind - (with Hugh Laurie)
    3. Six Cold Feet
    4. Buddy Bolden's Blues
    5. Battle of Jericho - (with Hugh Laurie)
    6. After You've Gone
    7. Swanee River - (with Hugh Laurie)
    8. Whale Has Swallowed Me, The - (with Hugh Laurie)
    9. John Henry
    10. Police Dog Blues - (with Hugh Laurie)
    11. Tipitina
    12. Whinin' Boy Blues - (with Hugh Laurie)
    13. They're Red Hot - (with Hugh Laurie)
    14. Baby Please Make a Change
    15. Let Them Talk - (with Hugh Laurie)
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): R2 527497

  • Credits
    ProducerJoe Henry
    EngineerRyan Freeland

    Personnel: Hugh Laurie (vocals, guitar, piano, percussion); Greg Leisz (guitar, lap steel guitar, mandola); Kevin Breit (6-string guitar, tenor guitar, mandocello, mandolin); Patrick Warren (autoharp, accordion, field organ, keyboards); Craig Eastman (violin, tenor violin); Robby Marshall (clarinet, alto clarinet); David Piltch (upright bass); Jay Bellerose (drums, percussion); Gennine Jackson, Jean McClain (background vocals).
    Audio Mixer: Ryan Freeland.
    Liner Note Authors: Joe Henry; Hugh Laurie.
    Recording information: Ocean Way Recording, Hollywood, CA (07/26/2010-10/08/2010); Piety Street Recording, New Orleans, LA (07/26/2010-10/08/2010); Ocean Way Recording, Hollywood, CA (10/18/2010); Piety Street Recording, New Orleans, LA (10/18/2010).
    Photographer: Michael Wilson .
    A household name in both the U.K. and U.S. thanks to his long-standing 30-year comedy career, and more recent starring role in medical drama House, multi-talented Hugh Laurie is also lesser-known as a versatile and accomplished self-taught musician. Produced by Joe Henry (Elvis Costello, Mose Allison), his debut effort Let Them Talk is a blues-influenced effort featuring a mix of new songs and blues standards. Special guests include Dr. John, Tom Jones, and Irma Thomas.

  • Critic Reviews
    Living Blues (p.54) - "He applies his warm low-tenor pipes in a conversational, frequently assertive manner..."
    Record Collector (magazine) (p.90) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "The arrangements are bouncy and breezy, with Hugh giving the ivories a lusty hammering, especially on the boogie-woogified 'Swanee River'..."
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