|I Smell Trouble||4:18|
|She Winked Her Eyes||3:47|
|Baby Doll Blues||6:00|
|Ridin' In The Moonlight||4:00|
|My Home Is A Prison||5:10|
|Sick And Tired||2:26|
|I'll Take Care||5:10|
|San Ho Zay (Smoking)||3:27|
|BT 1023||Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters*||Smoking (LP, Album)||Black Top Records||BT 1023||US||1983|
|Spin 205||Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters*||Smoking (LP, Album)||Making Waves||Spin 205||UK||1983|
|BRBLP 8506||Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters*||Smoking (LP, Album)||BRB Records||BRBLP 8506||Finland||1985|
|BT 1023||Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters*||Smoking (LP, Album)||Black Top Records||BT 1023||US||1986|
|C-BT 1023||Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters*||Smoking (Cass, Album)||Black Top Records||C-BT 1023||US||1989|
Guitar – Ronnie Earl. Mastered By – Larry Nix. Organ, Piano – Anthony Geraci (tracks: A1 -A4, B1, B2, B4, B5), David Maxwell (tracks: B3). Producer – Hammond Scott, Ronnie Earl. Tenor Saxophone – Greg Piccolo, Mark Kazanoff. Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters. Smoking (LP, Album).
Guitar – Ronnie Earl. Vocals, Harmonica – Kim Wilson, Sugar Ray (tracks: B4). Notes. Recorded February and August 1982 at Splice of Life Studio, Boston, Mass. The cover had to be changed after it was printed. Track B5 is corrected to "San Ho Zay" on the cover. On the label "Smoking" is given as tracktitel B5. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All. Cat.
2 Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters. The lineup for the Broadcasters for that album was Bruce Katz (keyboards), Per Hanson (drums) and "Rocket" Rod Carey (bass). The next album The Colour of Love, featured Marc Quinones (percussion) and Gregg Allman (keyboards). The latter association led to Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters' opening for the Allman Brothers Band at Great Woods, and to Warren Haynes (guitarist for the Allman Brothers Band) sitting in with Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters at Johnnie D's in Somerville.
Artist: Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters Title: Smoking Year Of Release: 1985 (1983) Label: LP Black Top BT-1023 Genre: Modern Electric Blues Quality: FLAC (image+. Tracklist: SIDE A 01. Ronnie Johnnie 02. I Smell Trouble 03. She Winked Her Eye 04. Baby Doll Blues. SIDE B 05. Ridin' in the Moonlight 06. My Home Is a Prison 07. Sick and Tired 08.
In 1997 Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters released The Colour of Love on the Verve label which was produced by Tom Dowd, well known for his work with Aretha Franklin, The Allman Brothers and Eric Clapton. In 2000, with the release of Healing Time, the Broadcasters included Anthony Geraci (organ and keyboard), Mark Greenberg (drums) and Michael "Mudcat" Ward (bass). In 2001 the Telarc label released Ronnie Earl & Friends which was called a successful full-on collaboration between Ronnie and people he has known and loved for years. The Stony Plain Years. The album debuted at on the Billboard Blues chart. The Luckiest Man also was the tenth album engineered by good friend Huck Bennert. Ronnie Earl caresses the strings with utmost sensitivity one moment, alternately following it by a cluster of hard-edged riffs.
The pacing, segues and production are masterfully done, and the unbridled passion in his playing creates a joyous, uplifting vibe, added Jeff Johnson in the Chicago Sun-Times. From 1979 to 1988, Earl played with a number of groups before forming his own band, The Broadcasters, named after the first Fender Telecaster guitar called the Broadcaster. The current Broadcasters line-up have played together for over 13 years and continue to tour, playing their inspired sounds for grateful audiences everywhere, spreading Ronnie’s gospel of love and healing through music. As Ronnie Earl says in the liner notes for Just for Today, Always carry hope and an open heart in your life. Don’t quit before the miracle happens.