Wildcat O'Halloran | That Boy Don't Play No Blues

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That Boy Don't Play No Blues

by Wildcat O'Halloran

Wildcat takes songs that could NEVER be made into Blues......and makes them Blues...with tremendous supporting performances from Johnny Marino, the luscious Emily duff and more!
Genre: Blues: East Coast Blues
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1. Dr. Robert
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2. I Wanna Be Where You Are
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3. Don't Let the Devil Ride
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4. Million Years
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5. Soul Sacrifice
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6. Ain't No Mountain High Enough
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7. Russians
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8. Atlantic City
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9. Mercedes
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10. Dance to the Music
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11. Dark Whiskey
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Album Notes
Songs from Sting, Bruce Springsteen, Gospel...Disco.....could these become Blues? Can Wildcat cover Santana's Soul Sacrifice? These and other questions answered!

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Hemsford Mandela

Blue To You Too
I worked for Bill way back in '87 and we won a block of cheese from one of the local college stations :) Not that that has anything to do with the music. Still...cheese...mmmm... Anyway, this is an interesting and eclectic mix of songs. Considering he must be closing in on 80 years old or so, Bill really hits the right notes both on guitar and singing and the backup singers fill in the rest nicely. Marino still kicks butt on harp!
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