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THE BRIDGE

BLIND MAN'S HILL

1969-12-31

THE BRIDGE BLIND MAN’S HILL Baltimore Maryland’s The Bridge combines elements of the Grateful Dead, Marshall Tucker & the Radiators into a disc that is sure to please. Combining great harmonies, with fun songs about moonshine, trains and gambling there sound has a very warming southern feel to it. All though every track on this disc is WYCE worthy, standouts include “Let Me off This Train” which features some great mandolin playing & country rhythms. The track “Devil in Me” has a great country blues feel to it & “Old White Lighting 95” is a fun track that will make you want to pull out your jug of moonshine. “Born Ramblin” is pure 1970’s southern rock at its finest and has a certain Poco sound to it. This train should roll from Blind Man’s Hill directly into your CD collection. Reviewed By: Gregg Saur

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