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Road Dog Dharma

by Reverend Freakchild

Just Lay Your Hands on the Radio and take a Trip with the Rev.
Genre: Blues: Folk-Blues
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1. Sacredtrip (Tuning In...)
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2. Tangled up in Blues
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3. Roadtrance (Live)
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4. Dial It In! (Solo Acoustic)
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5. Call Me the Breeze (Live)
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6. On Air from Chattanooga
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7. Inferno Avenue
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8. Carolina Meditation Mixdown
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9. All Across America
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10. On Air from Auburn
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11. Dial It In! (Road Dog Dharma Remix)
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12. Jesus Just Left Chicago
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13. Just Lay Your Hands on the Radio!
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14. Howlin' the Blues
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15. White Frieghtliner Blues / Tomorrow Never Knows
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16. Reverend Freakchild Day
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17. You Gotta Move
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18. Talking Buddha and the Blues on the Colorado Sound
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19. Rollin' & Tumblin'
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20. Please Stand By
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21. Hippie Bluesman Blues (Alt. Country Remix)
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22. Auspicious Coincidences
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23. On Air from Bend
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24. Keep on Trucking
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25. Nothin' but the Blues
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26. The Finish Line
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Take a Journey with the Rev. around the United States of America. Just lay your hands on the radio. Let the good vibes, traveling tunes and insightful interviews enlighten your mind and heal what ails you. Amen!

"Hmm – it is impossible not to like Reverend Freakchild, one of the blues great eccentrics, er, I mean individuals. This release is kind of a road trip roughly clockwise round the United States – yes, those are shades of Jack Kerouac in the title. It is three minutes into the album before there is any music, as quite a few of the listed 26 tracks are snatches of conversations with or interviews by various radio DJs. No, they don’t get boring, but they do give a good idea of the Rev’s personality – even when all his equipment, instruments, gig money and his clean laundry have been stolen, he can see the silver lining. He did at least get a song out of it - ‘Hippie Bluesman Blues’.
Musically, Freakchild runs from the psychedelic country-gospel-blues rock of ‘Roadtrance’ to a cover of Townes Van Zandt’s ‘White Freightliner Blues’ which then segues into The Beatles’ ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’, from JJ Cale’s ‘Call Me The Breeze’ to the venerable standard ‘Rollin’ & Tumblin’’, from Z.Z. Top’s ‘Jesus Just Left Chicago’ to the traditional ‘You Gotta Move’. And surely the good Reverend can be one of only a few who will have a track more or less consisting of his drummer talking about his time with Bob Dylan – no egos from the leader here. As I said, it’s impossible not to like Reverend Freakchild…"
- Norman John Darwen / Flying Shoes (UK)

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