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Driftin'

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Driftin'
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Hard Hard Time
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Bring Me Some Water
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Leaving Grandma
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In The Garden
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The Day I Met B.B. King
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Keep Your Hands On The Plow
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Teddy Bear / Cootie In The Gump Stump
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Getting Weaker Day By Day
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I Met Lightinin' Hopkins
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Chankity Chank Chank
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Baby, You Gonna Miss Me
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Powder Room Blues
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Train Station Blues
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He Will See You Through
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 60:22

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The Ponderosa Stomp, which is organized essentially by record collectors and takes place in New Orleans mid-week between the two Jazzfest weekends, is an eMusic.com kind of event. It's a two-night, marathon (6 PM to 4 AM) celebration of the unsung heroes and one-hit wonders of American music, including early rock 'n'roll, rockabilly, swamp pop, blues, soul, funk and garage bands. Needless to say, many of them record for independent labels. So many, in fact,… more »

They Say All Music Guide

Louisiana Red is a versatile performer capable of playing standard electric blues, interacting with his guitar à la Muddy Waters (“Hard Hard Time” is a good example), paying tribute to both B.B. King and Lightnin’ Hopkins, or singing a religious hymn (“He Will See You Through”). Whether playing solo or performing as part of a fine blues quintet that includes Willie “Big Eyes” Smith on harmonica, Louisiana Red shows on this CD that he is one of the more significant blues stylists of the early 21st century, performing in each setting and idiom with equal sincerity and skill. Well worth exploring. – Scott Yanow