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Landon Spradlin | No More Blue Mondays

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No More Blue Mondays

by Landon Spradlin

British blues at it's best !! This was recorded in Brighton England with a couple of ex-Clapton band members along with other world class players. This music is timeless and will never go out of style. The raspy soulful singing heals the soul. A classic!!
Genre: Blues: Blues Gospel
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1. I've Never Been to Seminary
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2. No More Blue Mondays
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3. First Fruits
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4. Drift Away
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5. I Got Jesus Name
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6. My God
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7. He Is There
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8. My Friend Jesus
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9. My Help
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"Here's a surprise release. Landon is a barrel-chested blues shouter from the southern states whose impassioned gospel-blues style is utterly authentic and demonstrates yet again that white men can sing the blues. He recorded this album in Britain with musos like Dave Markee and Henry Spinetti. ... The result is magnificent, particularly on the smoldering title track and the cover of that wonderful Rev. Dan Smith song ‘I've Never Been To Seminary.’ ... Landon may not be a big name, but on the strength of this release he's a big talent." - Tony Cummings, Cross Rhythms

"Landon Spradlin is a blues treasure, a force to be reckoned with. He's like Ray Charles meets Johnny Winter." - Jimmy Wallace, Dallas International Guitar Show

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