Gary Landess | Whittlin' the Kindlin'

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Whittlin' the Kindlin'

by Gary Landess

Slide steel guitar from the gator infested Muddy Waters with the Texas upbeat boogie of ZZ Top
Genre: Blues: Slide Guitar Blues
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Conjuring the ghosts of blues legends of John Lee Hooker, Muddy Waters and modern day guitar slingers Billy Gibbons and Joe Perry, Gary has whittled a collection of blues tunes that have been dragged and drown along the depths of the murky gatorwater. With greasy slide licks a'plenty, Gary and his trusty steel bodied National transport you to the swamplands where the gators are hungry…

While currently working on his follow up to "Rise of the Multiforms", fans wanted to hear a taste of what The GMAN was cookin up.

"The buzz spread that I was working on a blues based CD. Performing all the instruments myself takes me longer to cut a CD then an ordinary essemble. Here's something to chew on in the meantime."



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This album is great for anybody who really appreciates music.  Something new and fresh for the blues lover. Talent this good shouldn't go unnoticed.


I was a big fan of Gary's last CD and I really like these new songs. If you enjoy blues and rock you will really like Gary's music. It isn't the same old thing that you hear from other bands - definitely a sound of his own.