Dave Diprose | Train Don't Run

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Train Don't Run

by Dave Diprose

Singer/songwriter/guitarist from Melbourne Australia plays traditional and original blues that evoke the sound and energy of the old Mississippi Juke Joints. He is a highly regarded songwriter and one of Australia's finest slide guitarists.
Genre: Blues: Slide Guitar Blues
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1. Moonshine
3:17 album only
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2. White Boy Blues
3:27 album only
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3. God Moves On the Water
3:41 album only
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4. Runaway Train
3:52 album only
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5. St James Infirmary
4:46 album only
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6. Yellow Dog Blues
3:34 album only
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7. Get Back Home to You
4:12 album only
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8. Aberdeen Mississippi Blues
3:15 album only
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9. Southbound Train
4:51 album only
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10. Nothing Stops the Blues
4:18 album only
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11. Milk Cow Blues
4:49 album only
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12. Land of Plenty
3:43 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Dave Diprose plays traditional and original blues that evoke the sound and energy of the old Mississippi Juke Joints like it was when the blues began. He is a highly regarded songwriter, one of Australia's finest slide guitarists and a hot picker who flatpicks up a storm playing traditional country and swing that gets the joint jumpin'. Dave entertains his audience with engaging stories that bring the music to life.

Dave's lifelong passion for blues and roots began in 1966 when as a teenager the Rolling Stones toured Australia and he was struck by Keith Richards' slide playing. He was also captivated by the sound of Taj Mahal's resophonic guitar and other legendary Delta and country blues artists such as” Mississippi John Hurt, Robert Johnson. An interest in Bluegrass and Old-Time music was kindled through the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's seminal “Will The Circle Be Unbroken” album. This journey continued through early country music pioneers Hank Williams, Jimmie Rodgers as well as Western Swing and other early Roots styles.

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