Roadhouse Rules

Lonnie Brooks

Roadhouse Rules


Chicago blues legend burns through blues, rock, soul and swamp pop inspired by his Louisiana roots. Produced by Jim Gaines (ZZ Top, Stevie Ray Vaughan). "Joyful, powerful blues...fierce guitar and booming, gritty vocals"--CHICAGO TRIBUNE
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1. Hoodoo She Do 3:48
2. Backbone Man 4:01
3. Too Little, Too Late 5:01
4. Stranger In My House 4:47
5. I Need A Friend 4:37
6. Evil Twin 3:58
7. Roll Of The Tumbling Dice 4:13
8. One Track Train 4:06
9. Before You Go 6:06
10. Get Through To You 4:07
11. It's Your World 5:47
12. Treat Me Like Your Dog 4:56
13. Stake My Claim 4:07
14. Rockin' Red Rooster 4:12

Lonnie Brooks, Guitar and Vocals
Ronnie Baker Brooks, Guitar
Ernest Williamson, Keyboards
David Smith, Bass
Steve Potts, Drums

WITH
Sugar Blue, Harmonica on Roll Of The Tumbling Dice

 

On Too Little, Too Late
The Memphis Horns:
Wayne Jackson, Trumpet
Andrew Love, Tenor Sax

On One Track Train
Scott Thompson, Trumpet
Lonnie McMillan, Jr., Tenor Sax

Produced by Jim Gaines

Recorded at 315 Beale Studios, Ardent Studios, Memphis, TN and Hinge Studios, Chicago, IL
Additional recording at Studiomedia, Evanston, IL
Mixed at Tone Zone and Hinge Studios, Chicago, IL
Engineered by Jeff Powell, Jeffrey Reed, and Mike Iacopelli, assisted by Jason Latshaw
Mixed by Sam Fishkin
Cover photo: Sandro Miller

"Roadhouse Rules" sign from the book Juke Joint, courtesy of Birney Imes
Cover design: Matt Minde

Lonnie Brooks thanks Victoria Amplifiers, Hamer Guitars, and Flynn Brothers. Special thanks to Wayne Baker Brooks, Tom Giblin, David Miller, Pat Doody and Andrew Giglione.