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You Can't Poison A Pig

Label: Fedora Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: Can't Poison A Pig; Tried To Get Along; Don't Leave Me Baby; Ghost Of John Henry; It's Coming; Hole In Her Belly; K.C. Douglas Blues; The Hog Butcher; Fresh Feelin's; Record Players; $1,000 Toasts; Slim's Roadside Luau; Slim's B3 Blues; Big Legged Woman; Butch Eats Pug In A Can For The First Time

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Pig In A Can: You Can't Poison A Pig

Read "You Can't Poison A Pig" reviewed by Derek W. Brown


A while back a “nu-blues” CD entitled You Can’t Poison a Pig [Fedora FCD 8002] by an entity calling itself Pig In A Can appeared in my mailbox. Near the bottom of the front cover (in fairly small type) the listener is informed that the album contains “de-mixes featuring Harmonica Slim.” The only thing here even ...

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Whiskey, Money & Women

Label: Fedora Records
Released: 2002

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Dave Riley: Whiskey, Money & Women

Read "Whiskey, Money & Women" reviewed by Alan Jones


The Dave Riley blues style is marked with equal parts authenticity and guts. With blues singer/guitarists currently available at a dime for the dozen, it is refreshing to be confronted with a dose of originality. New York’s Fedora Records seeks to keep the blues in its elliptical orbit through featuring such musicians as Riley, a fearless ...

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On My Way

Label: Fedora Records
Released: 2000

Album

Harpin' On It

Label: Fedora Records
Released: 2000

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U.P. Wilson: On My Way

Read "On My Way" reviewed by Ed Kopp


Ace Texas guitarist U.P. Wilson had some ups and downs in 1999. One of U.P.'s biggest ups was the re-release of his great 1988 album On My Way. His biggest down was spending the first month of the year behind bars. Wilson was arrested in May 1998 for possession of crack cocaine and served a six-month ...

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Arthur Williams and the Bluesmasters: Harpin' On It

Read "Harpin' On It" reviewed by Ed Kopp


Here's a danceable, soulful blast of harmonica-driven blues from Arthur Williams and the Bluesmasters. Harpin' On It offers up a succession of jumpin', jukin' tunes that showcase the leader's funky harmonica and all-out vocals. Factor in Bob Lohr's fast-pumping piano, and the boogie really burns on this one.Born in Mississippi, 61-year-old Arthur Wilson was ...


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