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Mister Hughes & the Crow Bone Chorus | Seeing Ghosts

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Seeing Ghosts

by Mister Hughes & the Crow Bone Chorus

Alt.blues-based roots rock with outlaw country and desert rock overtones framing tales of heartbreak, death and just getting by.
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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1. The Lum's on Fire
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2. I Can't Even Drink Myself Happy These Days
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3. Ghost to Haunt You
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4. Broke, Lonely and Guilty
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5. Made a Thing
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6. Sweet Little Incision
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7. Catch a Break
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8. Spielberg Sky
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9. Nobody Knew Me
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Mister Hughes - Guitars/Vocals
Bryan Campbell - Bass/Backing Vocals
Ally Tennick - Drums/Percussion

Recorded by Tommy Duffin at 16 Ohm Studio, Glasgow, Scotland
Mastering and additional recording by Mister Hughes at Channel Nowhere
Produced by Mister Hughes

All songs by C. Hughes except "Catch a Break" and "Sweet Little Incision (Words: C. Hughes, Music: C. Hughes/B. Campbell/A. Tennick)

Copyright 2018 ©+℗ Mister Hughes

SOME OLD PRESS QUOTES FOR YOUR CONTINUED READING PLEASURE:

As tough as Tarantino and as warped as David Lynch, his stomping fuzzed-up alt.blues is uncompromising stuff that packs one hell of a punch.
- Classic Rock Presents: The Blues Magazine (UK) April 2013

Hughes has won praise far and wide for his uncompromising and powerful strum, the grisly and unflinching burr of his blues.
- Classic Rock Presents: The Blues Magazine (UK) February 2013

... an amazing picking guitar style whether electric or acoustic ... one singer who takes no prisoners.
- Blues Matters! magazine - (UK) Issue 70 - March/April 2013

... his lyrics are as irreverent as they are unapologetic ...
- Blues Underground Network - (Canada) December 2012

Hughes puts his all into a performance commanding the stage, growling for all he’s worth while turning out some awesome picking be it electric or acoustic.
- Blabber'N'Smoke - (UK) November 2012

He's the man of blues. Take the direction for Seasick Steve, Left Lane Cruiser, Mississippi Allstars ... and you get to the place. Shame on me. I've discovered his lo-fi projects too late. Don't make the same mistake ...
- The Robust Fellow (Ukraine) September 2012

His music is gritty, raw and affecting with echoes of the Texas dust, fuzzed up psych and country and the low moan of the deep south.
- The Mad Mackerel (UK) June 2011

A bear of a man he can be ferocious on the guitar but his bottleneck style and use of sustain reminded one of Zoot Horn Rollo’s instructions from the good Captain.
- Americana UK (UK) June 2011

... Scottish alt-bluesman Hughes' debut album is a caustic, fuzz-laden, lo-fi affair with gritty acoustic slide aplenty. Arresting.
- Guitar & Bass Magazine UK, May 2010

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