Blue Mule | This Way or That?

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This Way or That?

by Blue Mule

This, the 4th CD release from this Virginia-based band, continues with a mix of traditional and modern bluegrass/newgrass material---most of it original!
Genre: Folk: Jazzy folk
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1. Wildfire(#142)
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2. Midnight Train to Memphis
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3. Bonnie Jane
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4. Slippin' Da Jig
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5. Carry You
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6. Mountain Bluebird
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7. Etiquette
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8. Appalachian Breeze
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9. Why?
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10. Orange County Breakdown
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11. Living Blue
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12. The Bell Child
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13. I Shot the Sheriff
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"This Way Or That?" is the first Blue Mule CD to feature our newest member, Floydfest founder Kris Hodges, on drums and percussion. Hard-driving bluegrass meets classic rock covers, with originals running the gamut from Reggae-grass to Celtic-grass, with 30's Swing and our first ever hiphpp-grass number "Etiquette", with guest rapper Byron Mack on vocals.


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