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Daylight At Midnight

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Word A Lie
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Backward Baby
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Nine Behind
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Who Could I Be
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Daylight At Midnight
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Way Back In The Country
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You Kind Of Fool
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What To Do
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Good Buddy Blues
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Blues Leftovers
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 39:17

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With both Alberts sadly no longer with us and B.B. King threatening to retire, there’s certainly a void in the blues world — especially for some tasty and spacious guitar work à la the aforementioned masters. As heard throughout his 2008 release, Daylight at Midnight, Travis Haddix has certainly answered the call. Having issued countless releases over the years for a variety of smaller labels (including Ichiban and his own imprint, Wann-Sonn Records), Daylight at Midnight is Haddix’s first for Earwig Music. And the label switch hasn’t hampered the singer/guitarist’s desire to offer authentic blues-rock (which includes standout horn, harmonica, and piano work), as heard on such standouts as the album-opening “Word a Lie” and “Daylight at Midnight,” as well as the vintage Stax-esque sounds of “Who Could I Be?” Overall, Daylight at Midnight could be studied as a 101 course on how to play undoctored and real blues-rock — the right way. – Greg Prato

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