Andy Coats | Folk the Blues

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Folk the Blues

by Andy Coats

Folk-based blues full of insight, humor, and a pinch of social commentary. Think: Bob Dylan meets Son House at a bar, and then they run into John Hammond and Blind Boy Fuller for a jam session!
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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1. Cherry Street Today
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2. Write Me a Few Lines
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3. Ramblin' Blues
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4. I'm Not Long
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5. Preachin' Blues
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6. Sands of San Juan
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7. Hesitation Blues
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8. Spike Driver Blues
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9. Context Song
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10. Stagger Lee
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11. Substitution Blues
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12. Step It Up and Go
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Dedicated to the memory of my father, Eddie Coats, 4/2/1942-2/18/2010.

Produced by Andy Coats.
These recordings and this album, copyright 2010, Andrew E. Coats, BMI. All rights reserved.

Thanks to Eric Zogry for drums on "Context Song"; thanks to Susan Foote for the jacket photos, and to James Hill for the back photo.


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