Mike Allen | Big Money Meltdown

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Big Money Meltdown

by Mike Allen

Big deep voice over dazzling acoustic guitar (and harmonica and mandolin) brings new life to traditional classics (also done by Zep, CCR and Dylan ) -- and lights up new songs with finely crafted lyrics
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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1. Big Money Meltdown
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2. Namedropping Blues
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3. Deep River Blues
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4. Hold On Tight
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5. Really Sorry, Pluto
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6. In the Pines
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7. Midnight Special
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8. Railroad Bill
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9. In My Time of Dying
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10. Borrow Love and Go
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11. Higgledy Piggledy
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12. Gallows Pole
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13. Bugaboo
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14. Can't Hoodoo Me
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15. Take This Hammer
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Singer-guitarist Mike Allen has been delighting audiences everywhere with his rootsy music, unique acoustic guitar style and freewheeling stage personality. This CD features 7 originals and 8 traditional folk and blues songs. The traditional songs have been covered by such artists as Led Zeppelin (Gallows Pole, In my Time of Dying), CCR (Midnight Special), Doc Watson
(Deep River Blues), Taj Mahal (Railroad Bill), Bob Dylan (In My Time of Dying), Neil Young (Gallows Pole). "These artists influenced more than one generation, and these are the songs that influenced THEM," says Mike. "These are the roots of the roots."

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