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Wet Willie - Which One's Willie? album mp3

Performer: Wet Willie
Title: Which One's Willie?
Country: US
Released: 1979
Style: Pop Rock
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 360
Other formats: MP3 ASF DMF RA VOC WMA ASF

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명: The Wet Willie Band. 원: Jack Hall, Jimmy Hall, John Anthony (2), Larry Berwald, Lewis Ross, Marshall Smith, Mike Duke, Richard Hirsch, Theophilus Lively, Wick Larsen.

Album · 1976 · 11 Songs. Which One's Willie? 1979.

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In 2012 Wet Willie released a new live CD "Miles of Smiles" on the Hittin' The Note Records label. They continue to tour with three original members including original lead singer Jimmy Hall, brother Jack Hall on bass and vocals, sister Donna Hall Foster on vocals as well as other long time members, drummer . Lively, Ric Seymour on guitar and vocals, Ricky Chancey on guitar and newest member, keyboardist Bobby Mobley.

Wet Willie - Grits Ain't Groceries 03:03. Wet Willie - Airport 03:34. Live at the Bottom Line, NY, 1979 (FM Radio Broadcast) - Wet Willie. Dixie Rock - Wet Willie. Miles of Smiles - Wet Willie. Manorisms - Wet Willie. Which One's Willie? - Wet Willie.

This is the album to start with on Wet Willie, and their real best-of, a surging, forceful concert recording of white Southern soul and blues-rock at its best. The band holds its own alongside outfits like the Allman Brothers - no, this isn't the kind of history-making set that At Fillmore East by the latter band constituted, but it is a great show presenting this group and its members at their very best.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Ramona
Lead Vocals – Jimmy*Written-By – Joe Droukas, Peter Solomon
A2 Stop And Take A Look (At What You've Been Doing)/Don't Let The Green Grass Fool You
Lead Vocals – Jimmy*Written-By – Jerry Akines, Johnny Bellmon, Reginald Turner, Robert Peckman, Victor Drayton
A3 Don't Let The Green Grass Fool You
A4 Weekend
Conductor – Jai WindingLead Vocals – Jimmy*Written-By – Mick Jackson, Tommy Mayer
A5 Smoke
Backing Vocals – Mighty Clouds Of Joy*Lead Vocals – Jimmy*Written-By – Michael Duke*
B1 The Hard Way
Lead Vocals – Jimmy*Written-By – Michael Duke*
B2 Tired Dreams
Lead Vocals – Michael Duke*Written-By – Michael Duke*
B3 This Time
Lead Vocals – Michael Duke*Written-By – Michael Duke*
B4 Mr. Streamline
Lead Vocals – Jimmy*Written-By – Jack Hall, Jimmy Hall, Marshall Smith
B5 You Don't Know What You Mean To Me
Lead Vocals – Jimmy*, Marshall*Written-By – Eddie Floyd, Steve Carpenter*

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Epic/Sony Inc.


  • Arranged By [Horns & Strings] – Jai Winding
  • Art Direction – Virginia Team
  • Backing Vocals – Angelle Trosclair, Paulette Brown, Venetta Fields
  • Bass Guitar, Vocals – Jack Hall
  • Conductor – Steve Porcaro (tracks: B2, B3)
  • Design [Cover] – Douglas Casmus
  • Drums, Percussion – Theophilius K. Lively*
  • Engineer – David Thoener
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Jon Mathias, Ron (Doin' The Float) Alvarez*
  • Guitar – Larry Berwald
  • Guitar, Soloist – Larry Berwald (tracks: A1 to A3, B1 to B4), Marshall Smith (tracks: A4, B5)
  • Guitar, Vocals – Marshall Smith
  • Harmonica, Vocals – Jimmy Hall
  • Keyboards, Vocals – Mike Duke
  • Percussion – Lenny Castro, Victor Feldman
  • Photography By – Norman Seeff
  • Producer – Lennie Petze
  • Saxophone – Jimmy Hall (tracks: A1, B4)
  • Tenor Saxophone – Gary Herbig
  • Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – David Luell
  • Trombone – Bob Payne*
  • Trumpet – Chuck Findley, Steve Madaio


Recorded January/February 1979 At the Record Plant (N.Y./L.A.)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PE 35794 Wet Willie Which One's Willie? ‎(LP, Album) Epic PE 35794 US 1979
JE 35794 Wet Willie Which One's Willie? ‎(LP, Album, Promo) Epic JE 35794 US 1979
EPC 83585 Wet Willie Which One's Willie? ‎(LP, Album) Epic EPC 83585 Europe 1979
JE 35794 Wet Willie Which One's Willie? ‎(LP, Album) Epic JE 35794 Canada 1979
EPC 83585 Wet Willie Which One's Willie? ‎(LP, Album, RP) Epic EPC 83585 Europe Unknown

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