You've Got the Problem!

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You've Got the Problem! 43:03 $11.98
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1 You've Got the Problem [Dr. Duke Tumatoe & The Power Trio] 03:19 $1.49 Buy
2 Real Mean Woman [Dr. Duke Tumatoe & The Power Trio] 04:09 $1.49 Buy
3 Don't Ask [Dr. Duke Tumatoe & The Power Trio] 02:44 $1.49 Buy
4 Enough Trouble of My Own [Dr. Duke Tumatoe & The Power Trio] 05:59 $1.49 Buy
5 My Baby Is a Nudist [Dr. Duke Tumatoe & The Power Trio] 03:58 $1.49 Buy
6 Bad Day [Dr. Duke Tumatoe & The Power Trio] 03:56 $1.49 Buy
7 Be So Easy [Dr. Duke Tumatoe & The Power Trio] 05:54 $1.49 Buy
8 Mudcat Man [Dr. Duke Tumatoe & The Power Trio] 05:13 $1.49 Buy
9 Kid Stuff [Dr. Duke Tumatoe & The Power Trio] 04:55 $1.49 Buy
10 Moanin' After Blues [Dr. Duke Tumatoe & The Power Trio] 02:56 $1.49 Buy

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Best known now for his weekly appearances on the nationally syndicated "Bob & Tom" radio show, Dr. Duke has been filling blues-rock prescriptions live since his days as a founding member of REO Speedwagon in the late '60's. "You've Got The Problem!" is Duke at his zany best, skillfully mixing humorous songs with straight ahead power rockers.

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"Spreading cheer is one of the things Tumatoe does best on 'You've Got The Problem!', a 10-track CD streaked with a lighter shade of blues. The album's finger-pointing, tone setting title track kicks things off, with Tomatoe mounting a novel defense for bad behavior. In a field crowded with standard-issue blues, Tumatoe's twisted logic and comical takes are welcome, though he doesn't play everything for laughs. There's plenty of examples here of blues lessons well learned, including 'Enough Trouble Of My Own,' which showcases Tumatoe's roadhouse vocals and expressive slide guitar work. There are some routine instrumental interludes, too. But in the end, Tumatoe and the piano-driven Power Trio cover a lot of ground - from Chicago to New Orleans - with spirit, soul and trademark humor." - The Washington Post