Pretty nice blues album on this one, with some pretty awesome guitar playing by Jim Gustin. He also has a very deep raspy voice, reminiscent of some of the greats like Howling Wolf and Taj Mahal. The blues they play on this album is also nothing short of being as good as some of the albums by Howlin Wolf, Taj Mahal, and Tommy Castro. I really like how they don't forget about their communities as well. Both Jim and Truth are active locally and do benefit shows all the time to show how much they are involved. Several good songs on this album, like tracks 3, 4, 6, and 9.
review by Matt
WALK THAT FINE THIN LINE
JASON VIVONE AND THE BILLY BATS
Lather Rinse Repeat
DOUG COX & SALIL BHATT
Slide to Freedom 2
If You Should Ever Fall On Hard Times
MEET ME IN HOUSTON
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