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Tony Joe White: Bad Mouthin'

Read "Bad Mouthin'" reviewed by Doug Collette

If Tony Joe White's seventeenth album, Bad Mouthin', proves anything, it's how deeply evocative of his Southern heritage are his own songs, even as they stand next to--and sound of a piece with--those of Jimmy Reed, Lightnin' Hopkins, John Lee Hooker and Charlie Patton. Appropriately, virtually all twelve tracks on this LP find the author of ...

Good 'n' Cheap: The Eggs Over Easy Story

Label: Yep Rock
Released: 2016
Track listing: CD 1: Party Party; Arkansas; Henry Morgan; The Factory; Face Down In The Meadow; Home To You; Song Is Born Of Riff And Tongue; Don't Let Nobody; Runnin' Down To Memphis; Pistol On A Shelf; Night Flight; I'm Gonna Put A Bar In The Back Of My Car (& Drive Myself To Drink); Horny Old Lady; Fire; Scene Of The Crime; Forget About It; Louise; Lizard Love; You Lied; Driftin'; She Loves Me; Action; Mover's Lament; Nonnie Nookie No; CD 2; Goin' To Canada; I Can Call You; Right On Roger; Country Waltz; Give Me What's Mine; Across From Me; Waiting For My Ship; January; Give And Take; Funky But Clean; I'm Still the Same; 111 Avenue C.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Eggs Over Easy: Good 'n' Cheap: The Eggs Over Easy Story

Read "Good 'n' Cheap: The Eggs Over Easy Story" reviewed by Doug Collette

Because the pub-rock moment of the Seventies was essentially relegated to the British Isles and had no corollary in America, it remains a one-line footnote in the chronicles of contemporary rock. Yet as with so many (self-)limited niches of style, its proponents are as fervently devoted as its practitioners like Ducks Deluxe, Brinsley Schwarz and Dr. ...

Fitchburg Street

Label: Yep Rock
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Dimples (Bracken/Hooker) - 4:06 2. I'd Rather Be (Blind, Crippled & Crazy) (Carter/Hodges/Wright) - 3:54 3. Changes performed by Guitar (Rhythm) - 5:57 4. Life by the Drop (Bramhall/Logan) - 3:05 5. That's How Strong My Love Is (Jamieson) - 4:16 6. Baby What You Want Me to Do (Reed) - 4:11 7. It Ain't No Use (Bonds/Hollinger/Williams) - 4:28 8. Maudie (Hooker) - 3:30 9. Fourty Four (Burnet) - 5:50 10. Sugar (Where'd You Get Your Sugar From) (Burnet) - 4:00

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Doyle Bramhall: Fitchburg Street

Read "Fitchburg Street" reviewed by Mike Perciaccante

You may not realize it, but not only do you probably know Doyle Bramhall -- you love him! Drummer, singer, songwriter and impresario Doyle Bramhall was/is the writer or co-writer of most of the great Stevie Ray Vaughan's hits from the 1980s. Bramhall had his hand in “Dirty Pool,& quot; “House Is Rockin'," “Life By The ...


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