Clifton Davis | VooDoo Root (feat. Doug Pitts)

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VooDoo Root (feat. Doug Pitts)

by Clifton Davis

"Southern Swamp Music," a smooth fusion of Blues, Folk, Rock and Jazz with driving rythms, killer harmonica and vocals, along with the best lead guitar you've ever heard.... guarantee!
Genre: Blues: Swamp Blues
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1. VooDoo Root
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2. Misery
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3. Shine
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4. Jackson Hole
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5. Baby
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6. Terrified
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7. Collard Greens
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8. Daddy's Derby
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9. Cardboard Jesus
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10. Boogah Man
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Voo Doo Root is the 8th full length CD put out by Clifton Davis and Doug Pitts. Cliff grew up next to a massive swamp in eastern North Carolina, and that life experience flavors his music and lyrics. The title cut refers to "root magic," with spells and potions... to "get to the root of this thing."
Did you ever feel like you were being watched by unseen eyes? Cut # 10, Boogah Man will raise the hair on your arms, as well as cut # 6., Terrified.
Collard Greens and Shine are tastily served up on cuts #7 and #3. Honestly, have you ever had a lizard "lap your neck in the dark," when you were drunk on moonshine... one hilarious story, with lots of killer guitar licks. It's a true story, so help me God.
The other tunes are just as varied. No two are the same. Note the length of our songs, as I give plenty of room for Doug to "strut his stuff."
Some people call it Blues, some Folk/Rock. We prefer "Southern Swamp Music." Take a dose and see what we're talking about. Utterly unique.


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barry keith

voodoo root
I've been a big fan of these guys for years. Their synthesis of rock, blues and folk alternates from dreamy to hard-driving. The title song "Voodoo Root" is a must-have.

nick greenway

swamp stompin' goodness
true storytelling at its finest. these nostalgic riffs bring you back to the swamp where it all began. get ready to clap your hands and stomp your feet! you will not be disappointed with these tall tales from the swamp!