Louie Ludwig | I Got Nothin' to Say

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I Got Nothin' to Say

by Louie Ludwig

New Orleans' "iconoclast" singer-songwriter returns, with a record that will make you question your assumptions about folk, blues, and New Orleans music.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. World Without War
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2. Trouble Gonna Find You
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3. If You Ever Lose Jesus
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4. God Hates Flags
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5. Blame It on the Storm
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6. Best Day Ever
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7. Old Virginia
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8. The Day My Daddy Swam to Mexico
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9. Fool for You (In the Very Worst Way)
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10. I Got Nothin' to Say
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Album Notes
New Orleans' "iconoclast" singer-songwriter returns, with a record that will make you question your assumptions about folk, blues, and New Orleans music. A true game-changer.

Already compared to Dylan and Phil Ochs in OffBEAT Magazine, Ludwig breaks new boundaries with this release. From the first track, "World Without War," he gives the lie to his own title. Far from having nothing to say, he packs an encyclopedia of musical and social insight into ten startling songs.

Supported by stellar Louisiana musicians and co-writers including Gina Forsyth, Bart Ramsey, Clay Parker, Beth Patterson, Danny Kane, and Anders Osborne, Ludwig delivers what is certain to be one of the most talked-about albums of the year.

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