The former Jethro Tull axeman delivers two fiery live sets of blues originals and covers, on acoustic and electric guitar.
Having been ousted from Jethro Tull for wanting to steer the band towards a blues rock sound it’s clear where Mick Abrahams heart has always lay. Through his solo work with The Mick Abrahams Band and his band work with Blodwyn Pig, Abrahams has established himself as a worthy veteran of the late 1960’s blues rock boom and has continued flying the flag to this day.
‘Cat Squirrel Blues’, recorded during various concerts around 2003-2004, features both original songs from his vast catalogue alongside various blues covers of traditional American songs and artists and a couple from the British scene.
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