R.L. Burnside was born in Harmontown Mississippi in 1926. With the exception of a brief and tragic stint in Chicago he spent most of his adult life as a North Mississippi sharecropper. He didn’t pick up a guitar until his mid-twenties but he had lots of blues cred. Muddy Waters was his cousin in law and he once killed a man in a dice game for which he did a whopping six months in Parchman prison. Burnside later said of the incident “I didn’t mean to kill nobody … I just meant to shoot the sonofabitch in the head. Him dying was between him and the Lord.” R.L. was the genuine article.
Having helped shepherd Beck's neo-folk-blues into postmodern hip-hop, producer Tom Rothrock delves deep into the Delta to make loopy loops from blues man Burnside's music. It's a great match. The raw material--among the best in unkempt, electric backwoods blues--rolls along like Moroccan trance music.
This from 2001.
To get an idea of just how far R.L. Burnside has come from the backwoods juke joints of Mississippi, you only have to peek inside the cramped recording studio at Epitaph Records' headquarters in Silver Lake. There, the 74-year-old blues artist is being treated like some septuagenarian Caligula. Two women wearing nothing but knowing smiles flank Burnside and occasionally slip a well-manicured hand through one of his red suspen
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