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All Things Hyped: Last. He was soon performing in major venues, but his multi-genre Elektra albums underplayed his blues-rock appeal and record sales were tepid.
He spent the next fourteen years as a low-profile country music recording artist, roadhouse performer, sideman, and music-venue proprietor. In , Mack resurfaced  with a successful blues-rock LP, Strike Like Lightning , a promotional tour featuring celebrity guitarist sit-ins,  and a concert at Carnegie Hall.
Attack of the Killer V ,  then retired from recording. He continued to perform, mostly in smaller venues, until He was raised on a series of nearby sharecropping farms. Using a floor-model radio powered by a truck battery, his family routinely listened to the Grand Ole Opry country music show. Continuing to listen after the rest of the family had retired for the night, Mack became a fan of rhythm and blues and traditional black gospel music.
He began playing guitar at the age of seven, after trading his bicycle for a " Lone Ranger " model acoustic guitar. He soon taught himself to merge finger-picking country guitar with acoustic blues-picking, to produce a hybrid style resembling, but prefiguring, rockabilly guitar. His musical influences remained diverse as he refined his playing and singing styles. Mack experienced flashes of significant commercial success as a rock artist during the s and s. However, his career-long pattern of switching and mixing within the entire range of white and black Southern roots music genres  made him "as difficult to market as he was to describe"  and lasting commercial stardom eluded him.
He was mostly absent from the rock spotlight for two long stretches of his career — and — ,  during which he continued to perform, mostly in small venues, as a roots-rock "cult figure". At age 13, Mack dropped out of school after a fight with a teacher. Large and mature-looking for his age, he obtained a counterfeit ID and began performing professionally in bars around Cincinnati with a band led by drummer Hoot Smith.
In the early s he became a session guitarist with Fraternity Records , a small Cincinnati label. In , he recorded two hit singles for Fraternity, the proto-blues-rock guitar instrumentals "Memphis" and "Wham! Mack made some notable recordings later, particularly in the s,  but his debut album became a perennial critics' favorite and is widely considered the centerpiece of his career:. He recorded many additional sides for Fraternity between and , but only a few were released and none charted.
Although his recording career had stalled out, Mack stayed busy as a performer, criss-crossing the country with one-night stands. We had bennies, like the truckers had [and] we just stayed on the road all the time.
In , at the height of the blues-rock era, Elektra Records bought out Mack's dormant Fraternity recording contract and moved him to Los Angeles to record three albums. It was the hippie era, however, and Mack's rustic, blue-collar persona was an awkward fit with commercial rock's target demographic. John Morthland wrote: "[All] the superior chops in the world couldn't hide the fact that chubby, country Mack probably had more in common with Kentucky truck drivers than he did with the new rock audience.
He temporarily set aside his own career to help recruit and develop other artists for Elektra. Hills attracted little attention. While under contract to Elektra, Mack tasted enough of rock celebrity status to conclude that he didn't like it.
I wasn't happy. So one of the best-feeling moments I ever had was when that L. I just pull up and run. I think he'd rather have been hunting and fishing. He didn't like cities or the music business. The experience inspired Mack's tune, Cincinnati Jail , a rowdy, guitar-and-vocal rock number that he favored in live performances later in his career. Then, worn from the constant touring required to sell records,  he ended his recording career.
On March 12, ,  at the end of a recording session backing up The Charmaines , Mack was offered the remaining twenty minutes of studio-rental time. He kept it as part of his live act, calling it simply "Memphis".
As recorded in , "Memphis" featured a brisk melodic blues solo within a rockabilly framework, augmented by a rock drum-beat. Mack recalled that, upon recording the tune, "It didn't mean a thing to me.
Sorry buddy I couldn't resist and I already posted Lazy in another thread that would be one of the other great ones I like. How about Space Truckin' to try and make amends.
Last edited: Oct 22, Oct 24, at PM 9. Oct 24, at PM You must log in or sign up to reply here.This post consists of FLACs ripped from my vinyl copy. Although I have this album on CD, I decided to rip my vinyl instead because I still think the progressive/space rock sound of the 60/70's is best heard from the media it was originally released on, warts and all, typical of this medium (crackles & pops).