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by Ed Kopp
With his fourth album as a leader, singer-guitarist Teddy Morgan practically abandons the blues in favor of swamp-rock and country-rock. Though blues purists may be turned off by Morgan's foray into Americana, any fan of roots-rock should love it.Morgan is a 29-year-old Minneapolis native who relocated to Austin a few years back. On his previous album Louisiana Rain, Morgan dabbled successfully in jump blues, country-blues and blues-rock. Lost Love and Highways offers just one straight-ahead blues track ("A ...read more