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Homesick For The Road
Homesick For The Road
Homesick For The Road

Homesick For The Road

Product ID : 16259227


Galleon Product ID 16259227
UPC / ISBN 089408345425
Shipping Weight 0.18 lbs
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Model 2023576
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Shipping Dimension 5.55 x 4.96 x 0.55 inches
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Number Of Discs 1
Package Quantity 1
Publication Date 1999-03-23
Release Date 2006-07-09
UPC 089408345425
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989

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Product description NEW Combo BLUWAVS CD and FLAC FILE Amazon.com Perhaps taking their cue from Alligator's 1985 Showdown! with Albert Collins, Robert Cray, and Johnny Copeland, Telarc brought together three fairly young veterans on the contemporary blues circuit for this session. Tab Benoit, schooled in blues in Baton Rouge, steps forward to sing and play guitar on Willie Nelson's "Nightlife," Jay Hawkins's well-worn "I Put a Spell on You," and his own "Down in the Swamp," supported in all three places by Kenny Neal on rhythm guitar. Neal, a member of a prominent Baton Rouge blues family, provides vocals and solo guitar for his lament "I've Been Mistreated," a rendition of his father Raful's "Luberta" (where the elder contributes a spot of singing), and several more album tracks. Also in the thick of things is Debbie Davies, who worked with Albert Collins before carving out her own niche. Her singing and guitar are out front on four Don Costagno songs and parts of three other tunes. Furnishing the grooves behind Neal, Davies, and Benoit is Ronnie Earl's old Broadcasters band. The three guitarists and their backup players are all good musicians and the material is for the most part OK. But nothing here, nothing at all, is memorable or distinctive. This album is recommended to loyal fans of the headliners. --Frank-John Hadley