October 01, 2009
When it comes to good time R&B, played by top class musicians, you can't beat the sound of Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings. After Bill left the Rolling Stones in 1993, the bass player set about forming his own all-star band. As well as touring the world, The Rhythm Kings released a succession of fine albums, beginning with Struttin Our Stuff in 1997. For this, newly remastered compilation CD, the hottest tracks from this debut album have been selected, along with songs from subsequent albums Anyway The Wind Blows, Groovin', Double Bill, and Just For A Thrill.
Best of… Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings
Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings have released a new 21-track album, including Green River and Tell You A Secret. The Best of Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings is on sale now - and is a must for both fans and collectors alike.
Remastered by the famed Jon Astley, it boasts suberb sound, and includes a 24-page CD booklet featuring an exclusive interview with Bill Wyman, full track details, complete with authoritative and extensive liner notes by the respected author and rock journalist Chris Welch.
Although the line up has varied, The Rhythm Kings have always featured a stellar line up of players over the years, notably keyboard players and vocalists Gary Brooker and Georgie Fame, guitarists Albert Lee, Andy Fairweather Low, Terry Taylor and Chris Rea, vocalist Paul Carrack and blues artist Beverley Skeete. Rock legends Mark Knopfler and Peter Frampton have also jammed on some Rhythm Kings recordings.
Don't miss this rockin' CD compilation that jumps from Jitterbug Boogie to Tobacco Road along with a host of R&B favorites - a must have for fans and collectors alike.