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Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Reddog 1988 Reincarnation

Genre: Blues
Rate: 256 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:36:01
Size: 65,88 MB

United States

Reddog (aka Jeff Higgins) is another in the suddenly re-emerged mold of white blues-based guitarists that has in the past produced Duane Allman and Stevie Ray Vaughan. As with those two giants, Reddog's guitar work reminds the listener that music isn't a race to see who can play the fastest. Reddog may not play the most notes, but generally speaking, he will play the right notes.

Reddog's music is drawn from blues and Southern boogie; he would sound equally at home sitting in with Molly Hatchet or the Atlanta Rhythm Section. "Theme From Texas," which opens the album, has the sort of gritty honesty that a good dive bar possesses.

If Reddog had access to a large promotional budget, songs from "Reincarnation" would be all over the radio. The driving beat, simple melodies and rough vocals of "Nobody Knows Your Name" and ".44 Magnum Man" create a uniquely American sound that demands to be listened to, not just heard. (Jim Trageser -


Bass – Chris Long, Danny Joe Southern
Drums – Bill Stewart, Brian Evans, Tim Webb
Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar [Slide], Vocals – Reddog
Keyboards – Ned Cullin
Vocals – Mary Ellen Jones


01 - Theme From Texas 04:12

02 - 44 Magnum Man 03:03

03 - Keep Me Free 05:41

04 - Nobody Knows Your Name 04:32

05 - Bad Boy 03:37

06 - Just A Memory 04:01

07 - I'm A Man 05:53

08 - The Twilight 05:02

Reddog here:





Luc said...

Reddog is still making some Southern, guitar-driven Blues

Here are his websites:

He projects in the future to record with Johnny Sandlin.

elvis70 said...

Thank you.

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