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Auld Mans Baccie - Resonating With The Blues (2015)

21-12-2015, 19:51
Music | Blues

Title: Resonating With The Blues
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Self Released
Genre: Acoustic Blues
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 43:50
Total Size: 104 MB

1. Mama Moonshine (3:33)
2. Alcohol Blues (3:47)
3. Grant Me Salvation (4:17)
4. Long Hard Road (3:31)
5. 51St Time (3:42)
6. Baccie Blues (3:32)
7. Gather Up Your Oats (3:13)
8. Can't Be Satisfied (3:58)
9. Champagne & Reefer (4:33)
10. In The Jailhouse (3:43)
11. Sell My Monkey (3:01)
12. Ain't Nobodies Business (2:54)

Auld Man's Baccie, a duo from north-east Durham. Mumford shirts and braces, shades of the pit? Right...? Well, no.
After years of valiant service in regional R&B bands, these boys have made a musical homecoming, back to the blues. And a very happy homecoming it is. AMB are Davey Curtis, aka Brother Curtis ( vocals, guitar and foot percussion) and Nick Phillips (slide guitar, words of wisdom.) From their spiritual home, the Dun Cow, Seaton, they venture forth on their mission: to bravely challenge the insidious advance of musical blandness and X-Factorisation, two Davids against a chest-haired Goliath. Tampa Red, the great Elmore, Saint Muddy - these are their guardian spirits. Theirs is no 'wrist-slitting blues.' It's as foot-stomping as you like, full of joy and celebration and, thankfully, without a hint of macho posturing. And then there's The Table . . . The Table makes them a trio. It sits quietly, low, check- clothed, a lamp illuminating a framed photograph of Muddy, perhaps a glass of wine and a few selected offerings.
I was recently honoured to be asked to play some harmonica with them and was able to bring humble gifts - a black cat bone and a mojo chew. 'Champagne and Reefer'; 'It Hurts Me Too.'

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