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Jackie Greene: Till The Light Comes

Read "Till The Light Comes" reviewed by Doug Collette


Jackie Greene's Till The Light Comes is an exercise in style the likes of which there is no precedent in his discography. The precocious California rocker's certainly made the most of his opportunities, since Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh “discovered" him in 2007, but this collaboration with Tim Bluhm (with whom Greene often performs as a duo called The Skinny Singers) is a wholly self-produced affair that bears only slight resemblance to the last two outings overseen by Los Lobos' ...


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