John Pippus | Wrapped Up in the Blues

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Wrapped Up in the Blues

by John Pippus

"If John Pippus’ Wrapped Up in the Blues does one thing brilliantly, it’s to fully live up to its name. The Vancouver bluesman lives and breathes his musical muse" The Vancouver Sun, Sept. 16/11
Genre: Blues: Folk-Blues
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1. When My Baby Loves Me
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2. Airplane Woman
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3. Tell Me Why
4:33 $0.99
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4. Walk Away
3:22 $0.99
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5. One World
2:41 $0.99
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6. I Dreamed About Muddy Waters Last Night
2:51 $0.99
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7. Coming Home Blues
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8. Hard Headed Woman
2:04 $0.99
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9. Son's House
2:14 $0.99
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10. Preachin' Blues
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Album Notes

"[The album is]... blues based but he takes liberties, occasionally, as in “Walk Away,” sounding like Led Zeppelin
rather than a blues purist. Good for Pippus. Like any genre, boundaries have to be pushed otherwise it can
choke on its idealism...."
- Tom Harrison, The Vancouver Province, Sept. 16/11

"Pippus is a songwriter and a story teller. This time out his story is the blues. He bends words as easily as he bends
notes on his harmonica and he plays his guitar like he stole it. The album has some grit and you can’t be entirely
certain that Pippus didn’t gargle with Jack Daniels before he recorded the songs..."
- Shelley Gummeson, Earshot, Sept. 22/11

"[An]... innovative recording bringing to mind all sorts of imagery from John Cale and Lou Reed to Brian Wilson..."
- Bman's Blues Report, Oct. 4/11

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