Creighton Lindsay | Strange New Town

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Strange New Town

by Creighton Lindsay

Eclectic slide-guitar and soulful vocals.
Genre: Blues: Folk-Blues
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1. What's the Matter with the Mill
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2. Hello Stranger
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3. Payday
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4. Down the Old Plank Road
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5. Coleman's March
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6. We're up Against It Now
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7. Paper in My Shoe
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8. Railroading on the Great Divide
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9. The Cuckoo
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10. Onion Eating Mama
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11. Walking Boss
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12. If I Lose
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13. Same Old Blues Again
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Charles Roberts

"Strange New Town" will make you feel right at home.
If you like Ry Cooder’s first five or so LPs of Americana music, you’ll want to add this to your collection. Creighton Lindsay covers 13 songs- seven of the public domain and six penned by root music stalwarts such as Mississippi John Hurt, the Carter family and Memphis Minnie, that take us from old plank roads, broken down mills, Ireland, dodging bullets in the Spanish-American War, and over and across The Great Divide. You will hear country blues, fiddle tunes, Dixieland horns (with harmonica), Tex-Mex, pleasant folk songs, along with some kick ass rock n’ roll. Creighton plays slide guitars, mandolins, regular and tenor guitars, along with a button accordion (on the Tex-Mex style “If I Lose”). 20 or so very fine Oregon musicians lend their hands and voices to this exquisite recording. If you are going to buy just a single song or two, I’d certainly check out the rocker “Down The Old Plank Road” and “Hello Stranger” where Creighton’s daughter Claire sings just like an angel. But you could buy any track at random and be satisfied. This is a first rate offering and Mr. Lindsay’s 5th album.
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