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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Preacher Boy 1996 Gutters And Pews

Genre: Blues
Rate: 128 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:45:07
Size: 41,25 MB

United States

Review by Scott Yanow

This CD is a rocking session most notable for the strange voice of Preacher Boy, who makes Louis Armstrong sound like a tenor. Preacher Boy (listed as playing various guitars, mandolin, bass guitar, mellotron, banjo, accordion, organ, piano, melodica, corn whiskey jug, tamborine, washboard, trumpet, wrench and egg) is joined by a colorful and versatile group for a set of originals. Listeners who can get used to the leader's very raspy bullfrog voice (which dominates the music) will find this spirited program of rockish blues to have some moments of interest.


01 - Down And Out In This Town 03:35

02 - Catfish 04:04

03 - Ugly 05:18

04 - Cold Mountain Music 03:14

05 - I Won't Be There 02:03

06 - Something Is Wrong 03:29

07 - Buckshot 04:33

08 - Railroad 03:45

09 - New Orleans 03:00

10 - In The Darkened Night 05:01

11 - Back Then We Only Cared For Hell 03:44

12 - 2 O'clock 03:21

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