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Hoodoo Rhythm Devils - Rack Jobbers Rule FLAC album

Performer: Hoodoo Rhythm Devils
Genre: Rock / Blues
Title: Rack Jobbers Rule
Country: US
Released: 1971
FLAC version ZIP size: 1358 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1157 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1431 mb
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The Hoodoo Rhythm Devils were a blues-funk band from San Francisco, California, formed in 1970. In 1970 John Rewind was teaching guitar at Roger Calkins Music on Market Street in San Francisco, California. One of his students, Lee Humphries, kept telling John about the talents of his buddy Joe Crane, with whom he was in the Coast Guard. Joe played bass with Johnny & Edgar Winter in high school back in Conroe, Texas, and had been produced by the infamous Huey Meaux

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The Hoodoo Rhythm Devils rode the post-hippie wave emanating from San Francisco at the dawn of the '70s. Fusing blues boogie with country-rock rave-ups, full-throated rock & roll and a hint of soul, they didn't quite sound like any other band in the Bay Area in the early '70s. Although the Hoodoo Rhythm Devils were gaining some recognition from their peers in the form of covers of Crane's songs - Commander Cody and Johnny Winter recorded his tunes, as did Patti LaBelle and the Chambers Brothers - the band itself was stalled.

The Hoodoo Rhythm Devils was revived and strong playing concerts and clubs. See Wolfgang's Vault for live concerts from Winterland in San Francisco). In 1978, Crane and Walters, recorded their second Fantasy Records album All Kidding Aside, which was produced by Clayton Ivey and Terry Woodford. The band continued on until Joe Crane died from leukemia in 1980. After the band's demise, several compilations were released by Rear Window Music. In 2013, the Hoodoo Rhythm Devils released a live recording recorded at Ultrasonic Studios in Hempstead, New York on November 28, 1972 that had been broadcast live on WLIR-FM. In 2014 they released One Night Only, a CD which featured some jams with Johnny Winter and a live recording of the Texas Day Special with the Pointer Sisters that had been broadcast live on KSAN-FM from San Francisco in 1973.

Hoodoo Rhythm Devils. 5. Four Set Blues Joe Crane. 6. Black Cadllac Joe Crane. 7. Red Pacific Joe Crane. Hurtin' Side of Love Jimmie Crane, Al Jacobs. 9. Green Light Joe Crane.


Do Do Do 2:43
Black Widow 3:16
Like Fire 3:36
Snake Doctor 2:54
Four Set Blues 2:50
Black Cadillac 3:22
Red Pacific 4:05
Hurtin' Side Of Love 2:23
Green Light 2:59
Hoodoo Beat 5:30


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ST-842 Hoodoo Rhythm Devils Rack Jobbers Rule ‎(LP, Album) Capitol Records ST-842 US 1971
POP-194 Hoodoo Rhythm Devils Rack Jobbers Rule ‎(LP, Album) Capitol Pops POP-194 Mexico 1972