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Son Seals

  • Aug 14, 1942 - Dec 20, 2004 (age 62)
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2017
Live... Chicago 1978
AlbumSep 29, 2017

Live... Chicago 1978

Live... Chicago 1978 released.
2004
Son Seals
PersonalDecember 2004

Son Seals

Son Seals passed away.
2002
Deluxe Edition
AlbumJan 22, 2002

Deluxe Edition

Deluxe Edition is a 2002 compilation album of …
Deluxe Edition is a 2002 compilation album of recordings by Son Seals for Alligator Records. It was produced by Seals and Bruce Iglauer, except as noted.
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2000
Lettin' Go
AlbumApr 25, 2000

Lettin' Go

2000's Lettin' Go is the seventh studio album (and ninth …
2000's Lettin' Go is the seventh studio album (and ninth album) released by Son Seals, released six years after his previous studio album, Nothing but the Truth, for Alligator Records. It was his debut on the Telarc label and his last studio album before his death (from complications from diabetes on December 20, 2004, in Richton Park, Illinois) and has a playing time of 70:39.In 2001, at the 22nd W.C. Handy Blues Awards (since 2006 the Blues Music Awards) Lettin' Go was nominated for Blues Album of the Year and Traditional Blues Album of the Year. It won the award in the latter category.It was produced by Seals and Jimmy Vivino of Conan O'Brien's "Basic Cable Band".The album features Al Kooper on Hammond B-3 organ. The Basic Cable Band also played on the album: Mike Merritt on bass, Scott Healy on keyboards, Mark Pender on trumpet, Richie Rosenberg on baritone sax, Jerry Vivino on tenor sax, and James Wormworth on drums. Vivino also played rhythm and acoustic guitars and wrote the song "Hair on a Frog". The album's final track (a remake of Seal's "Funky Bitch") features Seals jamming with Phish's Trey Anastasio (guitar), Scot "Little" Bihlman (drums) and Jeff "Jabo" Bihlman (guitar), Tim Wire (organ), and Jason Kott (bass).
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1996
Live – Spontaneous Combustion
AlbumOct 15, 1996

Live – Spontaneous Combustion

Live – Spontaneous …
Live – Spontaneous Combustion was the second live album (and eighth album overall) released by Son Seals. It was recorded June 20–22, 1996 at Buddy Guy's Legends in Chicago, Illinois, and was produced by Son Seals and Bruce Iglauer.
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SongOct 15, 1996

Mother Blues
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1995
SongOct 24, 1995

Your Love Is Like a Cancer
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1994
Nothing but the Truth
AlbumJan 1, 1994

Nothing but the Truth

Nothing but the Truth is the …
Nothing but the Truth is the sixth studio album (and seventh album) by Son Seals, produced by Seals and Bruce Iglauer and released by Alligator Records in 1994. Seals wrote only four songs: "Life Is Hard", "I'm Gonna Take It All Back", "Frank and Johnnie", and "Little Sally Walker". The rest of the album consists of cover songs, including Hound Dog Taylor's "Sadie". John Randolph played rhythm guitar; Red Groetzinger and Dan Rabinovitz, horns; Noel Neal and Johnny B. Gayden, bass; David Russell, drums.
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SongJan 1, 1994

Can't Hear Nothing but the Blues
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SongJan 1, 1994

Sadie
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SongJan 1, 1994

Before the Bullets Fly
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1992
Chicago Fire
AlbumJan 1, 1992

Chicago Fire

Chicago Fire is the third studio album released by Son …
Chicago Fire is the third studio album released by Son Seals. It was produced by Son Seals and Bruce Iglauer. It was released by Alligator Records in 1980.
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1990
SongJan 1, 1990

On My Knees
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1984
SongJan 1, 1984

Don't Pick Me for Your Fool
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1942
Son Seals
BirthAugust 1942

Son Seals

Son Seals was born.
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