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The Jake Leg Stompers headed from their Bucksnort home to the northern Mississippi hill country last summer to spend two days in a recording studio with musician-producer Jimbo Mathus. The result of that travel and that music-making may be heard on Hill Country Hoodoo, the Stompers’ rollicking and greasy new album.Hill Country Hoodoo finds the Stompers playing washboards, kazoos, jugs, spoons and other instruments popular in the pre-war south, and collaborating with guests including Luther Dickinson of the North Mississippi Allstars, Sharde Thomas (granddaughter of fife man Otha Turner), Rev. John Wilkins and others.
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Gob Iron is the pairing of Uncle Tupelo and Son Volt founder Jay Farrar with Anders Parker of Varnaline. They have updated a range of American folk songs, adapting lyrics, slowing tempos, combining parts of two different numbers, and in general fully celebrating one of the defining characteristics of folk music: that it is kept […]
Conrad Herwig – trombone Ralph Bowen – tenor sax Orrin Evans – piano Kenny Davis – bass Donald Edwards – drums mp3 320 kbps | 143 MB | UL
Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown (vocals, guitar, fiddle, viola) Eric Demmer (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone) Dennis Taylor (tenor saxophone) Bill “Foots” Samuel (baritone saxophone) Terry Townson (trumpet) Chris Belleau (trombone) Joe Krown (Hammond b-3 organ, keyboards) David Peters (drums) mp3 320 kbps | 149 MB | UL