12 Gage & The Deep Blues Band | Compensation For Betrayal

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Compensation For Betrayal

by 12 Gage & The Deep Blues Band

An excellent new album from one of the fastest upcomers in the blues. 12 Gage & the Deep Blues Band deliver a solid performance on this. the latest in their spree of great releases. A Must have for the Blues lover.
Genre: Blues: Electric Blues
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1. Schemin Thats Sabotage
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2. Dont Throw Our Romance Away
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3. Your Funeral
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4. Uzi
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5. Same Thing That Keeps Us Together
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6. Evil Womenz Evil Ways
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7. Jellyfish Woman
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8. Good Riddance Shuffle
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9. Dry Bones Blues
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10. JellyFish Woman (Acoustic Version)
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11. Runnin From the Law
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album is in response to an abusive relationship where 12 Gages' ex girlfriends mother tried to control their (adult) relationship. This album is inspired by Son House, Leonard Cohen, Robert Johnson, Warren Zevon and Tom Waits. The album has a morbid humor coupled with reality. The musicians involved 12 Gage met on his first Blues Cruise in San Diego. One year later and he was in town again for the cruise and over three nights prior to setting sail the album was recorded. "I am glad I know the theory for music much better, and have streangthened my scales and dynamics for this album." -12Gage. Dennis "Doc" Alters sang two originals by Doc and John January... Doc played harp, Steve Tahmakara played harp and drums, Mark Eppler played guitar and Willie Carmody played bass. This was Gage's first "educated and informed" blues album. This is his fourth recorded album.


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