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Too Hot

by Son Lewis

Classic Blues, Funk, Swing, Americana and some R&B-infused ballads from Blues veteran-artist Son Lewis. Guitar-driven on both the Electric and the Acoustic tunes, with a nod to some of the great composers he has always admired.
Genre: Blues: Guitar Blues
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1. Too Hot to Handle
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2. Slippin' Into Darkness
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3. Vigilante Man
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4. Get Out My Life, Woman
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5. Everybody Ought to Make a Change
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6. Juicy John Pink
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7. Avalon
4:06 $0.49
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8. In the Midnight Hour
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9. I Wish It Would Rain
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10. I Yi Yi
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11. Shine On, Moon
3:45 $0.49
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12. Diddley Daddy / Pretty Thing
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13. Sitting Here in Limbo
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14. Button Up and Go
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15. Anybody Here Seen Sammy?
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Too Hot" is the 2014 release by Blues Guitarist and Vocalist Son Lewis and is a special homage to many of his early influences like Sleepy John Estes, Lightnin Hopkins, Paul Butterfield and Eric Clapton. In addition to his "Blues" roots, Son also acknowledges the place that funk, soul and other forms had in his musical development with songs by Wilson Pickett, The Temptations (a wonderful acoustic version of "I Wish It Would Rain"), War (Slippin' into Darkness) and (believe it or not) Bryan Ferry and Roxy Music (Lewis considers "Avalon" to be one of the most romantic songs ever written). Fifteen tunes, two of them new originals, and more good Blues, Roots and Rock from the godfather of NJ Blues.

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