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Bear

by Mcbruce the Man in White

MCBruce is the world's foremost purveyor of the yowling blues, a style which combines the gut bucket shouting blues with the poetry of folk music played on a 12-string guitar and harmonica. This is the long-awaited collection of his best known work.
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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1. Sweet Water
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2. Old Dawg
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3. Murder in the 1st Degree
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4. Trapped
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5. Ya Heal Me
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6. The Minor Blues
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7. Tonight
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8. The Fall
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9. Lori's Blues
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10. Do-Bah
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11. Fair Wages Blues
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12. Something's Going On
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MCBruce is the world's foremost singer and songwriter of the yowling blues, a style which combines the gut bucket shouting blues with the poetry of folk music, played on a 12-string guitar and harmonica. In "Bear" you have a record of this unique artist at his best. The album's name refers to the roaring, large presence Bruce brings to the record, with a three octave range voice like none you've ever heard. The songs are filled with life and blood and humor and are honest in the way that most truth is both painful and funny. Bruce once worked with legendary record producer Nik Venet, and the work shows in songs like "Sweet Water," in which he sings "When I'm singing my guts out/in some old beer bar/the drunks get so loud/I can't hear my guitar." In another song Bruce wails "There ain't no tellin' what a woman will make you do/can't get out of the trouble that a woman can get you into." It is safe to say that "Bear" is the most unique Blues album you will ever hear.

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