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White Line Flyers

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01
Mercury Blues
Artist: Jimmy Thackery And The Drivers
4:06
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Gone To Hell
Artist: John Mooney
3:40
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Back On Track
Artist: Arthur Adams
3:33
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Cool Driver
Artist: Johnny Shines & Snooky Pryor
3:02
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Goodbye Misery
Artist: Deborah Coleman
3:16
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Magic Boogie
Artist: Magic Slim & The Teardrops
3:14
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On This Highway
Artist: Studebaker John & The Hawks
3:35
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Moving Back To Memphis
Artist: Chris Cain
2:54
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99 Miles
Artist: Hamilton Loomis
4:32
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I Won't Be There
Artist: Preacher Boy
1:59
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Highway Rider
Artist: Lloyd Jones
3:11
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Solid Gold Cadillac
Artist: Mitch Woods and His Rocket 88's
3:01
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Rolling & Tumbling Around
Artist: Studebaker John & The Hawks
4:42
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Drive To Survive
Artist: Jimmy Thackery And The Drivers
4:08
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You're Gonna Miss Me
Artist: Big Bill Morganfield & Taj Mahal
3:25
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 52:18

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You can’t ignore the sexy packaging that graces the cover of this budget compilation of Blind Pig blues artists. Evidently, it must be difficult to grab the attention of blues fans without this type of eye-catching gimmick. Well. . . .As far as the music goes, White Line Flyers contains 15 decent previously released tracks from Blind Pig Records with an on-the-road theme, including songs ;by Mitch Woods & His Rocket 88′s, Jimmy Thackery, Studebaker John and the Hawks, Johnny Shines and Snooky Pryor, Deborah Coleman, John Mooney, Big Bill Morganfield and Taj Mahal, and Chris Cain. Let’s hope labels like Blind Pig will stick to signing passionate blues players and releasing budget-priced comps to attract listeners without the need to use sexy promotional campaigns. – Al Campbell

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