Lonesome Dan Kase | Leave Here Walkin'

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Leave Here Walkin'

by Lonesome Dan Kase

Acoustic Blues, rural country blues, Delta blues
Genre: Blues: Guitar Blues
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2. Special Agent (Railroad Police Blues)
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3. Been Treated Wrong
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6. Wreck of the Old 97
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7. Pure Religion
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8. Stumblin\' Blues
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9. Bringing Up Fire
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10. Down the Dirt Road Blues
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11. Blue Day Blues
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12. Jivin Woman Blues
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Lonesome Dan Kase recorded "Leave Here Walkin'" at Mercy Recordings, which is part of House of Mercy, in St. Paul, MN. The CD has four Kase originals and some great country blues from Blind Lemon, Rev Gary Davis, Sleepy John Estes, Blind Boy Fuller, Charlie Patton and more.
For more information go to http://www.lonesomedan.com
and at http://www.mercyrecordings.com


From the Rift Magazine, Jan 2005:

The heart and soul of the Crush Collision Trio is "Lonesome Dan" Kase. Kase grew up in Michigan and fell in love with the country blues as a teenager. He's quick to admit that his preferred choice of music was rather odd for a teen. "Yeah, it's kind of funny," Kase said. "I didn't lis- ten to a lot of music growing up. I'd heard music before, obviously, but this was the first kind of music I was exposed to that I really felt close to. I started delving into it, and 13 years later I'm still doing it. I just love the history of it, and I love the music. If not the best of American music, it's certainly some of the best, and it's just some- thing that really affected me."

After teaching himself to play the guitar by listen- ing to old records, Kase set off for Denver at the age of 19 in search of a scene that would share his affinity for early American music. After playing some solo shows and form- ing a group similar to the Crush Collision Trio, he found that Colorado was not all he expected it to be, and he moved to Minneapolis a little more than four years ago. "Minneapolis has been great," Kase said. "This has been good as far as a city to live and play in."

From Rift Magazine, Jan 2005 by Todd Harrison

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Michel Chesnais France

One of my most favorite
The blues at it best by a great singer and peerless virtuoso. Another of my home grown trasures!
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Zach

Superb
Lonesome Dan's first solo release is exceptional. Leave Here Walkin' boasts a set of old country blues tunes redone by a treasure of the Upper Midwest. His youthful mastery and intelligence of how the music was played back then lends itself to this authentic work. An excellent addition to any collection if you are into old time country blues.
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