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Georgia Warhorse

Label: Alligator Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Diyo Dayo; King Hummingbird; The Sweetest Thing; All; Georgia Warhorse; Gotta Know; Hide & Seek; Beautiful World; Slow, Hot & Sweaty; The Hottest Spot in Hell; Lullaby.

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JJ Grey & Mofro: Georgia Warhorse

Read "Georgia Warhorse" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki


JJ Grey's eleven new tunes for Georgia Warhorse, named for the notoriously resilient Southern lubber grasshopper, reflect and broadcast his love for the rustic Florida backwoods where Grey and his family have lived for generations. Grey not only wrote all the tunes but played just about every instrument, except for the slide guitar that Derek Trucks ...

Album

Georgia Warhorse

Label: Alligator Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Diyo Dayo; King Hummingbird; The Sweetest Thing; All; Georgia Warhorse; Gotta Know; Hide and Seek; Beautiful World; Slow, Hot and Sweaty; The Hottest Spot in Hell; Lullaby.

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JJ Grey & Mofro: Georgia Warhorse

Read "Georgia Warhorse" reviewed by Doug Collette


Recorded in the same studio (Retrophonics) with the same producer (Dan Prothero) as all of JJ Grey & Mofro's previous works, Georgia Warhorse constitutes an overview of the band's whole career. The CD strikes an effective balance between the swampy blues of early albums like Lochloosa (Alligator, 2007) and the authentic R&B/soul music that filled the ...


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