Doug Adamz | National Steel

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National Steel

by Doug Adamz

Dazzling finger-style Steel Body guitar and scorching harmonica don't detract from the depth of Adamz' singing or the down home sagacity of his lyrics.
Genre: Folk: Fingerstyle
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2. Move Along
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3. Business as Usual
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4. Why You Wanna
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5. High Class Lady
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6. Stranger On the Street
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7. Mr Huffin Puffer
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8. Cholly & Molly
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9. Ode to an Old Guitar
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10. Little Bitty Woman
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11. Good to See You
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12. Rock Bottom
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13. The House of Curiosities
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14. Only the Wolfman
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15. A Time for Peace
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16. I Can't Complain
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Album Notes
National Steel is Doug Adamz' third SOLO album; solo, except for two duets with PETER ROWAN! Back porch simple, song after song, it's hard to believe that just one person is making all the sounds coming out of that National Steel Body guitar. Americana to the core, he takes us on a trip from rambunctious road house to romantic reverie.
Many of these 17 songs were written in the wake of the 2008 economic meltdown, so themes of hard times hearkening back to the 1930's depression weave through the album. More often than not, they're met with a fierce spirit of humor, love, and rhythm!

"Nice picking. Nice singing" Ramblin' Jack Elliott

"What a terrific album! What impressed us much was depth of the album, highlighted by strong songwriting, gritty vocals and terrific national guitar and harmonica work. Loved the concept. This is a great album."
BRYAN KLAUSING Acoustic Rainbow

"Great playing, good production, clever writing."
MIKE KAPPUS (Blues Hall of Fame)
Rosebud Agency



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