Billy Joe Green | First Law of the Land - If Broken, Return to Maker

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First Law of the Land - If Broken, Return to Maker

by Billy Joe Green

Billy Joe Green's guitar rips across tracks of blues, country and ‘60s rock, and he does so distinctively – applying a Red tinge to the blues. Just listen to the honky-tonk of “Red Road.” As they used to say in the ‘60s, this is good sh$#, man. Listen.
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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1. P.O.W. Blues
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2. Los Sin Dios (Those Without God)
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3. Columbus Commission
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4. My Bebe's Grown Up Blues
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5. I'll Love You (All My Life)
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6. Memphis Bluesette
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7. Honey Girl
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8. Muskrat Blues (Live)
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9. Nightmare Blues (Live)
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10. Tribal Custom & Usage (Use It or Lose It )[A Stomp]
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11. Angels of Light (Manitou-O-Taw-Ni-Sug)
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Billy Joe Green comes from a good lineage. Charlie Christian, the first great guitar soloist, said something to the effect that it was what you didn’t play that was important, that music had to breathe. The great blues guitarists that followed – Muddy, Lightnin’, B.B. – knew this and played it. Green, an aboriginal out of Northern Ontario, is the next great guitarist who follows the edict that Christian set. His guitar rips across tracks of blues, country and ‘60s rock on this release, and he does so distinctively – applying a Red tinge to the blues. Just listen to the honky-tonk of “Red Road.” As they used to say in the ‘60s, this is good sh%$, man. Listen.


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