Bman’s Blues Report: Rochelle Records artist: The Hungry Williams – Let’s Go!

 I just had the opportunity to review the most recent release, Let’s Go, from The Hungry Williams and it’s a swinging R&B party. Opening with Mardi Gras Days, Kelli Gonzalez on lead vocal rides high on a real New Orleans flavor. With Mike Sieger on bass, Joe Vent on guitar, Jack Stewart on keys, John Carr on drums, Jason Goldsmith on sax and featuring Lech Wierzynski on trumpet this is an energetic track. You’d Better Find Yourself Another Fool, oozes 50’s R&B and Gonzalez really nails it. A solid sax solo by Casimir Riley is the gem added to this really strong track. Big Maybelle’s One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show has always been an era favorite and with great vocals by Gonzalez and a sweet solo by Goldsmith, this is one of my favorites on the release. Goldsmith really wails on Oooh-wow, another New Orleans R&B classic featuring Vent on lead vocal. Wrapping the release is original track, 669 (Across the Street from the Beast). A basic swing jam, the band just lets it all hang out for a solid closer for a swinging release. 

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