Shameless Dave & The Miracle Whips | I Let My Guitar Do The Talkin'

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I Let My Guitar Do The Talkin'

by Shameless Dave & The Miracle Whips

Deeply funky, with a new blues twist, this Augusta GA band adds a new dimension to the sound of the blues...we got the blues, but we're not sad about it!
Genre: Blues: Funky Blues
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1. Howlin' At The Moon
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2. Wrong Turn
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3. I Let My Guitar Do The Talkin'
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4. Where My Love Has Gone
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5. Baby
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6. What Do You Know
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7. Back In Love
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8. The Game of Love
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9. Southern Style
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Yeah we got the blues, but we ain’t sad about it!
Shameless Dave & The Miracle Whips bring their own brand of blues-rock to the stage. With a mixture of blues-rock-R&B that will keep you on your feet all night long. Songs range from The Allman Brothers to Johnny Guitar Watson to Muddy Waters.

A five piece band based out of Augusta, GA, Shameless Dave & The Miracle Whips consist of David "Shameless Dave" Bryan on Guitar/Vocals, Richard Turner, Drums/Vocals, Pat McNamara, Keyboards/Vocals, Stan Kee, Bass and Mike Folk, Congas & Harp.

With a focus on the blues, David Bryan writes in an almost pop/blues fashion. The band is very influence by the Delbert McClinton sound.

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