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Thursday, October 9, 2014

Mighty Mo Rodgers 2007 Redneck Blues

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:45:59
Size: 105,14 MB

United States

At the turn of the new millenium emerged a blues mighty prophet who made up for the genre’s dwindling spirituality: Mo Rodgers. Thanks to a revolutionary album entitled Blues Is My Wailin’ Wall, Mo recounted the whole history of the blues, from the slave trade of yesteryears to the current bluesploitation days. A second outing (Red, White and Blues) was soon in the works to cash in on this success, and it became an instant hit with the blues crowd.

So, here is now Redneck Blues, the third part of the Mighty Mo Rodgers Blues Anthology! Rather than a fatalistic, somber vision of the world, Mo provides us with an optimistic perception of what could easily be if we all accepted to see things as they are, instead of trying to blindfold ourselves in a sterile attitude of denial. Along with their poetic intuitiveness, this sense of hope is probably the blues’ most enduring legacy. A sense of hope and perspective that makes Maurice Rodgers one of today’s greatest living bards, no less. (


01 - Welcome To Doo Dah 00:46

02 - The Antebellum South Shuffle Pt.1 02:28

03 - The Ashes Of Nicodemus 00:59

04 - The Antebellum South Shuffle Pt.2 03:17

05 - John Brown Blues 02:12

06 - Hambone Blues 03:05

07 - Don't Die With A Lie (On Your Lip) 02:53

08 - No Second Line (This Time) 01:07

09 - There But For The Grace Of God 03:42

10 - Death Of The Middle Class 03:19

11 - Truth, Justice And The Blues 03:25

12 - Blues Ain't Devil Music 03:00

13 - ... Everything But The Burden 02:26

14 - Gangs, Guns And Testosterone 03:01

15 - They Bombed The Taj Mahal 03:26

16 - Have You Seen The American Dream (Pt. 2) 04:38

17 - Redneck Blues 02:15

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Anonymous said...

Documento de texto enriquecido, Una manera amena he inteligente de informar las actualidades del blues mil gracias.

Anonymous said...

merci beaucoup pour la discographie de Mo', découvert en 1999 avec Blues Is My Wailin' Wall je ne m'en lasse pas.
merci Moshi.

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