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Homesick for the Road
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Album: Homesick for the Road
# Song Title   Time
1)    Deal with It
2)    Down in the Swamp
3)    Bop 'Til I Drop
4)    So Cold
5)    I Put a Spell on You
6)    Money
7)    Luberta
8)    I Can't Afford My Self
9)    I've Been Mistreated
10)    Night Life
11)    Still Called the Blues
12)    Homesick for the Road
 

Album: Homesick for the Road
# Song Title   Time
1)    Deal with It
2)    Down in the Swamp
3)    Bop 'Til I Drop
4)    So Cold
5)    I Put a Spell on You
6)    Money
7)    Luberta
8)    I Can't Afford My Self
9)    I've Been Mistreated
10)    Night Life
11)    Still Called the Blues
12)    Homesick for the Road
 
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  • /Debbie Davies/Kenny Neal.
  • Personnel includes: Tab Benoit, Debbie Davies, Kenny Neal (vocals, guitar); Bruce Katz (organ); Rod Carey (bass); Per Hanson (drums).
  • Personnel: Tab Benoit (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Debbie Davies (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Kenny Neal (vocals, guitar, electric guitar, harmonica); Raful Neal (vocals, harmonica); Bruce Katz (organ); Per Hanson (drums).
  • Audio Mixer: Lincoln Clapp.
  • Liner Note Author: Scott Jordan.
  • Recording information: Studio, Portland, ME (09/1998); Techno Sound Studios, Baton Rouge, LA (09/1998); The Studio, Portland, ME (09/1998).
  • Photographer: Chris Jacobs .
  • Homesick for the Road provides a showcase for three fine blues singer/guitarists. The recording is clean and crisp, as is typical of the Telarc label, and the music cooks from start to finish. This disc provides an excellent introduction to each performer, with ample opportunities for each to shine. Debbie Davies brings to mind Bonnie Raitt, with her appealing vocal timbre and bluesy delivery. The youthful Benoit sings with an authority beyond his 31 years, making Screamin' Jay Hawkins' classic "I Put a Spell on You" his own. Kenny Neal has the scruffy, soulful delivery of a man who knows what the blues are all about. His "I've Been Mistreated" sounds like a late '60s slice of Muscle Shoals soul. All three of the co-leaders are excellent guitarists, and the band is solid and tight. Homesick for the Road rolls down the car window for an enticing look at three relatively young performers carrying the blues torch into the future. ~ Jim Newsom
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