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VA - Blues Society Of Central Pensylvania: In Our Backyard (2006)

22-06-2016, 22:21
Blues | Rock

Title: Blues Society Of Central Pensylvania: In Our Backyard
Year Of Release: 2006
Label: Splash Records
Genre: Electric/Acoustic Blues, Blues Rock
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 65:54
Total Size: 155 MB

01 Flatfoot Sam - Come On To My Place (4:34)
02 Big Mitch Ivanoff - Goodbye Baby (5:03)
03 Slaughterhouse Blues - One Too Many (3:42)
04 Automatic Slim - John Hurt (2:48)
05 Mark Santanna - Easier Way (3:39)
06 Nate Myers & The Aces - Porch Light (3:48)
07 Gary Harrington - The Girl Can Cook (3:01)
08 Reggie Wayne Morris - Rocket Sciences (4:11)
09 Mike Easton With Jeff Cameron & The House Band - Deep Water Stomp (2:33)
10 Roger 'Hurricane' Wilson - Tribute To Danny (5:18)
11 Mark Santanna - Hey Baby (2:36)
12 Blind Joe Death - Bricks In My Pillow (4:30)
13 Automatic Slim - 3 Kings (4:08)
14 Blind Joe Death - Sowing Wild Oats (2:11)
15 B Block Blues Band - Journey's End (4:42)
16 Roger 'Hurricane' Wilson - Just One More White Boy Singing The Blues (7:03)
17 Eli Charleston - Champagne Charlie Is My Name (2:01)

Six months, 28 musicians, and 17 songs ago the Blues Society of Central PA, Deep Water Recording and Splash Records embarked on a journey to find and document original blues music. They didn’t have to go far. They found great songs, great players and now a great recording-right in their own back yard.

All of the musicians and bands on this recording live, work and/or perform in the south central PA region. Each week one can find them traveling the roads between Harrisburg, PA and Baltimore, MD or Washington DC or between Chambersburg, PA and Frederick, MD or Lancaster, PA. One can find them in small, hard to find juke joints or on bigger stages at blues festivals or concert halls. Now you can find them on this recording offering many styles of blues.

Often folks travel many miles and spend lots of cash to hear great blues, but then, never hear the blues “in their own backyard”. This CD hopes to prove that great live blues can be found in anyone’s backyard. This recording demonstrates that the blues artists in south central PA can hold their own with anyone nationally and deserve to be recognized as a force that preserves, teaches, and carries on the blues tradition.

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