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Saturday, September 21, 2013

Catfish & The Crawdaddies 1998 Blues From Another Delta

Genre: Blues
Rate: 256 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:03:21
Size: 115,91 MB

United States

BLUES FROM ANOTHER DELTA is a solid debut recording by Sacramento-based bluesman Ray "Catfish" Copeland and his band, The Crawdaddies. The name of the CD, "Blues From Another Delta" refers to the Sacramento River Delta, a meandering maze of waterways that is so similar to the Mississippi Delta (the birthplace of the blues) that it is often used by Hollywood as a stand in for the Big Muddy.

Standout cuts include "Jumpin' at the Jazz Jubilee" a paean to the local Sacramento Jazz Jubilee, where Catfish holds court on an annual basis at the blues tent, "I Wanna Bop", a chugging rockabilly blues, and "Gold Cadillac", a witty "wish-I-had-a" type number. Although the band are categorized as a blues unit, healthy and welcome doses of African rhythms and blistering American Rock n Roll saturate this CD. Treat yourself, add this CD to your cart and in 2-3 days you'll be dancing to a different kind of delta. Yeah, buddy. (


Ray 'Catfish' Copeland - vocals, guitar
Jim Monroe - piano
Phil Minas - drums, percussion, background vocals
Stan Powell - vocals, harmonica
Kenny 'Blue' Ray - guitar


01 - They Often Call Me Catfish 03:56

02 - Jumpin' At The Jazz Jubilee 06:06

03 - Down The Delta 03:37

04 - Tough Love 03:49

05 - Deep Voodoo 03:32

06 - Crawdaddy Stomp 02:59

07 - In The Doghouse 05:38

08 - Uranium Rock 03:30

09 - Lightin' 03:17

10 - Gold Cadillac 04:11

11 - Red Fires Burnin' 04:28

12 - Blues March 05:13

13 - I Wanna Bop 04:28

14 - Fat Cat Blues 04:00

15 - Amtrakin' 04:37

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