Jim Singleton | 8 O' Clock in the Afternoon

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8 O' Clock in the Afternoon

by Jim Singleton

While filming a documentary highlighting the importance of Clarksdale, Mississippi in the history of the blues with legendary guitarist Bernie Marsden, this album was inspired as a tribute to great bluesmen, great artists, and great music
Genre: Blues: Swamp Blues
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1. Rattlesnake Shake
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2. Nothing to Do With Love
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3. Don't Take
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4. What's Going On
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5. Here I Go Again
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6. Don't Owe You a Thang
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7. Heart With a Mind of It's Own
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8. Place in My Heart
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9. Wicked Game
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10. A Million Miles Away
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Album Notes
So many roads were traveled to make this record a reality. Jim's long time friend and legendary guitarist Bernie Marsden recruited him to assist on a documentary highlighting Clarksdale, Mississippi's importance in the history of the blues. Jim and Bernie traveled to Clarksdale on several occasions meeting with local musicians, touring the locations where it all happened, and meeting with local blues supporters like Morgan Freeman to make the documentary. Digging in deep with musical traditions inspired Jim to pursue his own recordings further, keeping the blues alive in the Clarksdale tradition. In addition to recruiting Bernie to play on the record, a long list of guest musicians such as legendary bassist Joe Osborn, grammy winner Charlie Musselwhite, and many more contributed. This record serves as a tribute to the blues, as well as Clarksdale's musical contributions present and past.



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