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Thursday, November 17, 2011

John The Revelator 1994 Cahow ( Blues For A Gadfly Petrel)


Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:55:40
Size: 127,28 MB

This studio album, which was released in 1994, has been sold out for many years.

In 1994 the 25th anniversary of the band is celebrated with the studio album "Cahow". It is pure coincidence that the album is named after a highly endangered species in Bermuda petrel. Later, the band realizes that Peter Green became famous by another petrel, the Albatross. Cahow is a collection of "straightforward" blues songs, from their own song material to reworked covers of Elmore James and Duster Bennett.

This album introduces the Mississippi Twins on backing vocals.


01 - Travellin' On 03:21

02 - Mississippi Twins 03:25

03 - Talkin' Woman Blues 04:10

04 - Memory Pain 05:56

05 - Kokomo 03:58

06 - Homework 03:22

07 - Everyday I Have The Blues 04:35

08 - Ain't Gonna Worry 03:24

09 - Trying To Paint It In The Sky 06:06

10 - Tulsa Time 03:21

11 - Willie & The Handjive 03:06

12 - Bullhorn Drifter 05:13

13 - Cahow (Blues For A Gadfly Petrel) 05:43

John The Revelator here:



Peter said...

Fantastic share, thanks a lot !

Bluesbeast said...

You are wellcome Peter

SouthernBluesRock said...

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SouthernBluesRock said...

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Geoff said...

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