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Dresses Too Short

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Ugh!
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Bonehead
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Stick Around
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You Haven't Hurt Me
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Going Home Tomorrow
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Next Woman I Marry
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Dresses Too Short
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Keep Loving Me Baby
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Alimony Blues
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Hard Road To Travel
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Kool And The Gang
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 41:36

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Ultra High Energy West Side Chicago Blues...

tanta07

For those of you mourning the days of Otis Rush, Magic Sam and Buddy Guy, check out this album. He takes the high energy style of those West Side masters and holds his own. He displays amazing technique while playing with a razor-edge guitar tone that will peel paint off the walls. Add to this a tasty and upbeat song selection, and this is a latter-day blues gem that should be in your collection.

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What a great guitarist

JazzNBluesLover

He's not very well known, but someone of his awesome talent should be. This is one fantastic album.

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Had Never Heard Anything Like This

BlueMurph

Ok, I admit that I used to spring this disc on guitarist friends, just to watch their jaws drop, and their frantic scrabbling for my remote, to hear Radcliff's solos again and again. Despite some crazy-assed guitar playing, Radcliff keeps it in the blues and listenable. For the jaw-drop, go straight to "Kool and the Gang."

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Bobby Radcliff turns in a tight, tough update of Magic Sam-style Chicago blues with Dresses Too Short. The songs are either too familiar or a weak approximation of the genre, but the playing throughout is terrific — his guitar playing is alternately subtle and ferocious. Best of all is the handful of tracks cut with Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters who spur Radcliff on to his best performances. – Thom Owens