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Mercy

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2006
Track listing: From African Soul; Burden of Blues; Mississippi Fred

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dan Treanor & African Wind: Mercy

Read "Mercy" reviewed by Jim Santella

The blues comes with a side order of West African griot music when Dan Treanor and Rex Peoples sit down to celebrate on Mercy. When African Wind introduced Treanor's brand of “Afrosippi Blues in late 2004, it was with deep respect for Mississippi blues, along with a stark interest in traditional African roots music. The recommended ...

African Wind

Label: NorthernBlues Music
Released: 2004
Track listing: Missing; Mean Woman Blues; Love a Woman's Soul; Tell Me Mama; African Wind; The Griot Man; Got No Lifeline; Black Hanna; Cut with Dynamite; Kidnapped by the Blues; Texas Son; Who's Playing Who; Lonesome Road; True Love; Cane Flute Soul.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dan Treanor & Frankie Lee: African Wind

Read "African Wind" reviewed by Jim Santella

Traditional blues travels around the world on this session of emotional music. Except for “Lonesome Road," Dan Treanor wrote all the songs; Frankie Lee sings 'em with passion. While the timbres featured by the band's array of percussion instruments have a worldwide association, it's all about the blues at heart. A Bo Diddley beat ...


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