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Nothin' else like it!
Couldn't get enough last time could ya? Me neither.
West Ashley location.
The catfish music capital of the world features the best there is in both catfish and music on the planet. Just sayin'.
Sounds Like: Robert Belfour, Mississippi Fred McDowell, Son House, Paul 'Wine' Jones, Junior Kimbrough
Label: Jeff Norwood Blues
Bio: Jeff Norwood fell onto the Blues scene at The King Biscuit Blues Festival in 2004. His set was cut short by a downpour that would persist throughout the weekend. This didn't dampen his spirits. He had been there before. Jeff's road experience spans 20 plus years with acts including The Tams, The ...See Full Bio
“Jeff has his ear to the ground and plays songs for our times, while injecting those classic deep-blues lines we know so well. Push Pilin provides plenty of attitude in Jeff's deep repertoire of classic blues, giving the most cynical aficionado some pause. " Push Pilin" comes out with a blunt hammer, then seduces us with some of the sweetest licks I've heard in a decade or more. ”Invisible Man” hits home, and “Hard To Love” could well up the eye ducts in the hardiest of us. “Down Deep” drowns us in cut-with-a-knife bass. “King of the Jungle” boogies down with great lines anyone living in tough conditions would understand. “God Damn South Carolina” might sum up best the beautiful angst/attitude this CD strives for. This could be one of the most important deep-blues albums of the year.”