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Seesaw

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Them There Eyes
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Close to My Fire
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Nutbush City Limits
3:36
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I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know
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Can't Let You Go
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Miss Lady
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If I Tell You I Love You
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Rhymes
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A Sunday Kind of Love
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See Saw
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Strange Fruit
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 49:21

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Making Great Music Together

arjaylee

What chemistry! What a band Joe's assembled (again) ! Strange Fruit gave me chills. I can listen to this album all day and night. I hope they keep collaborating.

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great combo

Caprock64

They compliment each other so well. Kinda of of Ike and Tina revival.

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Dynamic Duo !

BLUESMAN4EVER

ZAP, POW ,BAM.These two are Blues fighten favorite Heros of mine.Give me the great hope that this is just the begining of there making music 2gether.

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SeeSaw

DNG5654

At the risk of offending fans of either artist, these two working together, turn out a better product than anything they do separately. The richer arrangements cover the quaver in Beth's vocals, and to blend everything, Joe's guitar work doesn't seem as heavy handed as on his solo stuff. Nutbush City Limits was unexpected, and to me seems a bit out of context to the rest of the songs, but the guitar work saves it.

eMusic Features

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Beth Hart’s Gritty, Gutsy Take on the Blues

By John Morthland, Contributor

Beth Hart is shaping up as the kind of promising newcomer who could make a big splash on the blues and soul circuit — if someone who made her first album two decades ago can be described as a "promising newcomer." And that's just one of several "if's" currently circling her career: Does she even want to sing blues and soul? Can she deliver worthy material in that vein? Does she have the self-discipline necessary?… more »