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Son Lewis | Going South to Tampa

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Going South to Tampa

by Son Lewis

Americana, Funk and Blues blended together in acoustic and electric styles by one of the most experienced Blues guitarists/singers from the Northeast...
Genre: Blues: Electric Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Going South to Tampa
5:33 $0.59
2. Crawling Kingsnake
4:00 $0.59
3. Your Love Is Like a Cancer
5:46 $0.59
4. Smugglin' Man
4:21 $0.59
5. Demon Rum
3:48 $0.59
6. Poor Bob's Blues
3:26 $0.59
7. Speedo
3:22 $0.59
8. Sugar Maple Blues
3:39 $0.59
9. Sarasota County
6:34 $0.59
10. One-Way Highway
3:18 $0.59
11. Honky Red
4:02 $0.59
12. Leaving Trunk
3:54 $0.59
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Album Notes
This music comes from deep down in the soul of artist Son Lewis... Original tunes that reflect his life and up-bringing as well as covers of some of his (and his fans) favorite tunes. Steeped in Blues, Funk and Americana, this release figures prominently in the progression of Son's music since the late 1960's and pays homage to some of his fondest influences like Sleepy John Estes, Tim Hardin, John Lee Hooker and the 50's doo-wop classic "Speedo" by The Cadillacs! As with many of Son's recent releases, ALL the instrumentation and sequencing is by Son himself... Sarasota County is a new recording of a song written by Son in 1970 reflecting on the poverty and deprivation surrounding one of America's "resort communities" and the time spent there in his youth. The title cut is a Latin-tinged Blues that will make you want to dance all the way to the Gulf Coast from WHERE EVER you might be!



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