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Sitting On Top Of The World
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Walking Blues
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Key To The Highway
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Bluebird Blues
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Long Distance Call
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Got Love If You Want It
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One More Time
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The Stumble
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Elevator Woman
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 48:04

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After several listenings, I upped my original rating from four stars to five stars. I like it more and more with each listen. Rod is doin' his thing with plenty of slide guitar. And to keep things from possibly getting monotonous, there is a lot of harmonica as well. A good variety in song selection, too. Very enjoyable blues set!

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Slide On By


Nice blues album from Rod, a bit more purist than his work with Foghat. The actual track list runs as follows - the tracks here are misnamed. 1. One More Time 2. Bluebird Blues 3. Walking Blues 4. Sitting On Top Of The World 5. Key To The Highway 6. Long Distance Call 7. The Stumble 8. Got Love If You Want It 9. Elevator Woman 10. Dynaflite

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This is the first ever solo disc from this former Foghat lead guitarist, and it is a return to the music that he loves the best. The music here is the blues as seen and translated by the English guitarists who started the revitalization of the blues as a viable medium. He revisits the standards of many of the old blues masters: Sonny Boy Williamson, Robert Johnson, and Slim Harpo, to name a few. He takes his slide guitar to the forefront as the lead instrument on these, leaving the lead vocals to his old buddy and harp player, Shakey Vick (a happy and long-overdue reunion). The interplay between these two is a pleasure to hear; listen to the way they complement and play off each other on the Chester Burnett standard “Sitting on Top of the World.” There is nothing earthshakingly new here, but there is some of the finest lead guitar work ever, with a band that allows plenty of room while at the same time giving good solid support. It brings back and adds to that wonderful style that was first brought to listeners by Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Peter Green, and the rest of the British guitarists. – Bob Gottlieb

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