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All You Good People

by Sugar Mama UK and Richard Hunter

Acoustic country blues, brilliant guitar and harmonica.
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. All You Good People
4:19 album only
2. Woman
3:10 album only
3. Leaving Town
2:40 album only
4. Call Me the Breeze
3:26 album only
5. Sun Clusters
2:38 album only
6. You Got to Move
2:00 album only
7. Down to Tennessee Blues
1:40 album only
8. One Woman
4:40 album only
9. Something for Walter
2:05 album only


Album Notes
I met Dave Carson and Kyoko Monk, a/k/a Sugar Mama UK, one night in July 2003 at their performance at the Three Horseshoes pub in Burton Bradstock, Dorset, UK. They
played fiery acoustic guitar blues tinged with 30's jazz, and I had a fine time sitting in with them. I returned to the UK in May 2004, and Dave suggested that we take the opportunity to record an album, which you now hold in your hands.

Dave, Kyoko and I have spent close to 50 years between us playing the blues. Dave and I have also done a lot of work lately with electronics, putting music together the modern
way -- literally bit by bit. This record was done the old-fashioned way -- with three musicians in a room, playing and singing together in front of the mics. There are no
overdubs. It's a faithful recreation of a day of inspired music-making. And man, it sure was fun.

The blues is traditional music. That tradition now includes musicians like myself and Sugar Mama UK, born of very different times and places than the 20th century masters, exposed to sounds and ideas from literally everywhere in the world. We hope these songs surprise and delight fans of the traditional masters. We hope they also delight people who are hearing the blues for the first time -- and those who feel that way whenever they hear the blues.

Our thanks to all who have contributed to the making of this record, including our terrific engineers Matt Harper and Chuck Eller, Patty Sagalyn, and Dean Hunter-Cutrona
(http://deanhc.com), the wonderful artist whose paintings make records look good.

Richard Hunter, November 2004



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