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Keep On Walkin'

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North Carolina Bound (Acoustic Duo)
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Combination Boogie
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I'm Not A Slave
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Confess Diane
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So Long So Long
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Let's Boogie Baby
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Lonely, Lonely (When Evenin' Comes)
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Too Late Baby
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New Year's Resolution
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Sweet Shiny Brown Eyes
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I Can't Have Nothin'
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Keep On Walkin'
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Set My Sight On You
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North Carolina Bound (Band Version)
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Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 59:19

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'Good" solo effort

Ebrandt2000

Have seen Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials numerous times and highly recommend if they come to your area. So, that being said, I was eager to hear non Imperials stuff from Lil Ed and I give him high, but not the highest marks. North Carolina bound accoustic is quality stuff and then the band version at the end is awesome as well. Put someboogie and blues in between these songs and it works.

They Say All Music Guide

Lil Ed Williams and Dave Weld have complementary styles. The pair of blues singer-guitarists learned slide guitar from J.B. Hutto (Williams’ uncle) and they are equally skilled playing acoustic and electric blues. In fact, with the exception of the pop ballad “Too Late Baby” which is from 1944 and utilizes different personnel than the rest of the CD, this set mostly alternates acoustic and electric numbers by the Imperial Flames, a quintet. The co-leaders split the vocals and the guitar solos equally and are not only strong soloists but adept at backing each other. Due to impressive variety and high musicianship, the often-exuberant set is highly recommended to blues fans. – Scott Yanow

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