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Red Top

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Red Top
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Corner Bar Blues
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Dog No More
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Spanky Butt
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My Baby's Her Baby Too
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Rub My Belly
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So Smart Baby
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Scratch the Kitty
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Whoa, Whoa, Whoa
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Bad Man Blues
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Hold Me
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Home Cookin'
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Illinois National Guard Blues
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Guilty of Rockin' All Night
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Little Queen
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 58:56

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If you think of modern day blues-rockers, a “swing” approach is usually not in the mix — just your standard 12-bar blues. But Liz Mandeville’s 2008 release, Red Top, shows that the singer/guitarist is dedicated to merging both old-time styles together. Playing on a rather un-bluesy six-string (an Ibanez — which is usually reserved for heavy metal speed demons), Mandevillle also throws a full horn section into the mix, resulting in some of the more full-sounding blues-rock of recent times. Examples include the album-opening title track (which is also arguably the album’s best track), “My Baby’s Her Baby Too” (which features some pretty darn impressive Albert King-esque lead work), and the simply blaring “Guilty of Rockin’ All Night.” Liz Mandeville may be one of the few female blues-rockers of the early 21st century, but Red Top easily measures up to the rest of the pack. – Greg Prato

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