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Kant Sheck Dees Bluze

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I Ain't Got It
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Rockin D. Blues
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Made The Hard Way
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A Love Like That
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Kant Sheck Dees Bluze
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Gittar Rapp
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Too Bad Baby
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My Man Loves Me
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Get On The Ball
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Wes Cide Bluze
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Beetin Nockin Ringin
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Luv Sumbody
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Gotta Hold On
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Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 70:29

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I guess I'm not a purist

RayC

I discovered Kant Sheck Dees Bluze in 1992, didn't catch the title or the artist and spent the next ten years trying to hunt it down. Found it here on e-music and I've always been grateful.

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Incredibly weird title (many of the songs sport equally bizarre spellings), but a major step back in the right direction for the guitarist, whose dirty, distorted tone won’t thrill the purists. – Bill Dahl