Artist: Buddy Shute & the Motivators
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
- Got Love
- Every Now and Then
- Somethin's Goin' On
- Baby What You Want Me to Do (You Got Me Runnin')
- Your Heart Is as Black as Night
- Gonna Jump a Freight Train
- I Don't Want to Know
- Too Much Month (Not Enough Money)
- I've Been Changed (Angels in Heaven)
- Lovin' You
- Think I'll Give the Blues a Try
- Voodoo Woman
- Can't Take It with You
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Born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee, Buddy Shute now calls the Ozark Mountains in Northwest Arkansas home. "Honest", "natural" & "real blues" are words often used to describe Buddy's music.
"Oh yeah, that's the way I like it," said "Sunshine Sonny" Payne of King Biscuit Time upon hearing him play. This music is a pleasure to experience, whether it's Buddy's acoustic listening tunes or the down-home blues he plays with his band, The Motivators.
Memphis--the right place at the right time. "My family owned an apartment building and a car lot one block from Sun Studios; I remember the 'music people' stopping by to check out our cars."
"My best friend's uncle was ("Radio Rebel") deejay Dewey Phillips, who debuted a kid named Elvis Presley, singing 'That's All Right Mamma,' at the request of (Sun Records founder) Sam Phillips."
Influenced by such a musically rich, electric city, Buddy started playing the Memphis bar scene when he was sixteen, laying down local classics he learned from his older band-mates. He later drifted down to New Orleans, where, he says, "the young players respect the older players and everybody plays with everybody."
"Once, I was playing a hole in the wall on Bourbon St. for tips, and Ike & Tina Turner's band came in and asked if they could sit in."
Exciting times for a young musician. For over a decade, he's been living and performing in the Northwest Arkansas Area.