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Preacher Boy - The National Blues (2016)

18-01-2016, 20:03
Music | Blues

Title: The National Blues
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: ALTCO Records
Genre: Acoustic Blues
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 52:40
Total Size: 124 MB

1. Obituary Writer Blues (4:25)
2. Cornbread (4:59)
3. A Person's Mind (3:43)
4. Blister And A Bottle Cap (6:41)
5. My Car Walks On Water (4:44)
6. There Go John (4:44)
7. Setting Sun (3:44)
8. Seven's In The Middle, Son (4:41)
9. A Little More Evil (6:44)
10. Watered Down (3:20)
11. Down The Drain (4:50)

Whether performing solo acoustic, in duo format, or with full band, there is no mistaking the singular sound of Preacher Boy, who --with his debut on Blind Pig Records in 1995-- became one of the very first modern artists to be classified as Alternative Blues. Since then, Preacher Boy has continued to defy easy categorization, while at the same time racking up accolades from the likes of Rolling Stone, Blues Revue, Sing Out and more, not to mention from legends like Charlie Musselwhite (who personally selected Preacher Boy as his opening act for a 3-week US tour!). 6 albums and nearly 20 years later, Preacher Boy remains as creative and dynamic an artist as ever, and with not one, not two, but three new albums slated for release this year, the future of the boy with the slide looks better than ever!

“Preacher Boy might be a young white boy singing the blues, but think Tom Waits and Captain Beefheart more than Led Zeppelin and Bad Company, and throw in some Townes Van Zandt and Gillian Welch as well. For his fifth album, Preacher Boy for the first time performs in a strictly solo and acoustic setting: just his agreeably smoky voice and vintage National slide guitar. Waits and Beefheart come immediately to mind because of Watkins’ fearlessness when it comes to bending melodies to suit his own whim, not to mention the husky low register of his singing voice. Watkins understands that the idea is not to mimic one’s influences, but to put them in the service of something new." –All Music Guide

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