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The Mike Eldred Trio - Baptist Town (2016)

6-05-2016, 18:14
Blues | Rock

Title: Baptist Town
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Great Western Recording Company
Genre: Blues Rock
Quality: FLAC | MP3
Total Time: 57:23
Total Size: 456 MB | 136 MB

1. Hunder Dollar Bill (3:47)
2. Papa Legba (4:29)
3. Somebody Been Runnin' (2:04)
4. Run Devil Run (5:06)
5. Roadside Shrine (3:39)
6. Bess (4:17)
7. Black Annie (5:20)
8. Hoodoo Man (4:32)
9. Sugar Shake (3:28)
10. Kill My Woman (3:42)
11. Baptist Town (5:45)
12. Can't Buy Me Love (6:37)
13. You're Always There (4:31)

Recorded at Sun Studio in Memphis, Baptist Town is steeped in the rich history of the South and the folklore that is so important to American culture. The catalyst for the record is the small neighborhood outside Greenwood Mississippi where legendary blues guitarist Robert Johnson was murdered in 1938. The trio (Jerry Angel, John Bazz, and Mike Eldred) invited several guests to lend a hand in the making of Baptist Town including David Hidalgo, Robert Cray, and John Mayer. The dichotomy between love and hate, rich and poor, sin and salvation, black and white, are apparent throughout the record, and reflect many of society s struggles that continue to haunt us all.

Wow. There is huge strength and power in this music, approaching mystical in its depth and authenticity. This is the sound of ground zero, raw and unsweetened by history. This is music you might hear at 3am in a dirt-floor juke joint about 10 miles outside the city limits somewhere in North Mississippi. It's full of the energy of angst at the repressive society and pain in which it was spawned. --Gary Wagner - KJAZZ Radio

It s like listening to what The Clash might have done if they had been born 20 years earlier. --Blues Blast Magazine

The deeper The Mike Eldred Trio digs into American roots music, the stronger they sound. --Goldmine Magazine

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goingdownsouth   User offline   6 May 2016 21:22

Thx for this one,

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