Preacher Boy | Demanding To Be Next

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Demanding To Be Next

by Preacher Boy

'Demanding To Be Next' is a must for modern blues fans who like their songs with a bit of an edge." ~Blues Matters
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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1. A Little Better When It Rains
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2. Whistleman
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3. Nehemiah James
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4. Jackson Street
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5. Comin' Up Aces
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6. Rock Skipper
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7. One-Way Turnstile
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8. Cemetary Stout
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9. Death Letter
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10. Ninety-Nine Bottles
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11. Umbrella
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12. Change
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13. My Gold Canoe
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“Accompanied solely by his keening, propulsive National and Martin guitar playing, Preacher Boy compulsively unwinds a series of often startling, narcotic tales, that prove image-rich and packed with an aura of sweeping drama - made even more pungent by his gruff, whiskey-soaked vocals.” ~Sing Out


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