Keb' Mo' - Keb' Mo'

Keb' Mo'

Keb' Mo'

  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 1994-05-12
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13
  • ℗ 1994 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Keb' Mo' ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Every Morning Keb'Mo 2:59
Tell Everybody I Know Keb' Mo' 3:09
Love Blues Keb' Mo' 3:02
Victims of Comfort Keb' Mo' 3:21
Angelina Keb' Mo' 3:47
Anybody Seen My Girl Keb'Mo 2:56
She Just Wants to Dance Keb'Mo 3:29
Am I Wrong Keb' Mo' 2:19
Come In My Kitchen Keb' Mo' 4:09
Dirty Low Down and Bad Keb' Mo' 3:08
Don't Try to Explain Keb' Mo' 3:58
Kindharted Woman Blues Keb' Mo' 3:29
City Boy Keb' Mo' 4:06


  • true blues

    By mamalamamcd
    just spent the last week on a ship with Keb’ Mo’…wow! this guy is the real deal…he knows the art of writing blues and delivers like no other…you will love this album!
  • City Boy

    By Cassandria
    I have spent this entire evening listening to Keb' Mo' and I purchased 14 of his masterpieces from ITunes, all the way back to "City Boy" which he wrote and recorded in 1994! I love his collaborations, and I'm a fan forever! Keb' keep on doin' it I'm gonna drive down to see you when you're in Ohio in April!
  • I don't normally review

    By Seago
    Buy it...listen to it start to finish 3 times...if you aren't satisfied with your purchase, you just may need to reevaluate your life
  • Timeless

    By JPoppa NY
    Good music is timeless. Wat year this cd's made, is irrelevant. Keb mo does not restrict u in a specific time Period. Everyones got da bluez.
  • Keb mo

    By mad roses dad
    He is so brilliant..smooth lyrics, wonderfully blended guitar....just beautiful
  • Awesome

    By Minxluvsslurpees
    Just recently discovered Blues and this artist is amazing,
  • I love this guy!

    By Greeneyecutie
    My massage guy had this playing the other day. I had never heard of him. I loved it and got it that night. Yesterday I was playing at my friends house and she knew him and has his music too. Get it!
  • A Complete Success

    By Applejedi1
    Considered the 43rd best blues guitarist of all time and probably about the fifth best living behind B.B. King, Robert Cray, Ry Cooder and another or two, Keb' Mo' leads off with the album's best blues guitar riff that revisits both the acoustics and the stylings of old blues greats like Mississippi John Hurt or the early raw recordings of Muddy Waters. This album is one of those rare successes across the board. You can cherry pick a song or two off of it, but you'd be missing out. The flow of the album is worth an hour of your time.
  • Brillant Debut

    By ChicagoPhil
    I disagree with the review and so will you after listening to this album. Thru and thru an outstanding album with not a bad song. You'll appreciate the the heart and soul of this acoutic romp. Listen in order on the first go to appreciate the thought behind everything including the design of the album. When your done pass it on.
  • Just what the Blue's Doctor ordered

    By k2dadio
    Every connoisseur of American music should own this Keb Mo album. This is one of the best representations of what contemporary Folk/Blues guitar music can be and should be: toe-tapping arrangements; thoughtful lyrics artfully wrapping everyday experiences, situations and feelings; and well-produced, but semi-live sounding performance and mix. For my collection of favorites, Keb Mo sets between the more polished and commercial sounds of Robert Cray, and the down-home Reggae/Blues-inspired, folksy style of Corey Harris. Although many tunes like “Every Morning”, “Love Blues”, “Am I Wrong”, “Kindharted Woman Blues”, “Anybody Seen My Girl” and “Dirty Low Down and Bad” (one of my favorite guitar songs to play myself) are just Keb and his guitar (steel-string slide or picking style), one selection like “Tell Everybody I Know”, “Angelina”, “Come in My Kitchen” and “She Just Wants to Dance” are full-band productions. This is good stuff. It is one of those cherished albums in my collection that will get constant replay.