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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Highway Bound - Lloyd Jones new release review


This new release by Lloyd Jones is a great mixture of old traditional blues tunes and a few originals played in the style of Elizabeth Cotten, John Brim, Robert Johnson, Blind Willie Mc Tell, Big Bill Broonzy and Mississippi john Hurt. The recording is very consistent and entertaining. I think you'll find it a good go to album if you want the old finger picking accompaniment along with Charlie Musselwhite on harp and solid singing all done acoustic style.

Good job

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