Daddy Squeeze and the Doctor | You Better Mind

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You Better Mind

by Daddy Squeeze and the Doctor

Country blues and Americana, like Leon Redbone meets Clifton Chenier, in a gospel tent.
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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2. What a Big Leg Woman Will Do
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3. Sadie Green
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4. Corinna
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5. Payday
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6. Mamou Two Step
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7. Chauffer
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8. Real Obscenity
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9. Mr. Crump Don't Like It
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10. You Better Mind
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11. Stone's Rag
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12. Fishin' Blues
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13. Solid Gone
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14. Texas Hambone
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Daddy Squeeze and the Doctor perform country blues, rags, and American folk on accordion, guitar, dobro, and vocals. They have been singin' and stompin' original and traditional favorites at bars, coffee houses, house parties, and concert halls since 1980. "You Better Mind" is their 4th recording.

Dan "Daddy Squeeze" Newton picked up the accordion in 1978, while playing with "Paddywhack", an Irish music group based in his home town of Lincoln, Nebraska. He used the squeezebox instead of piano while gigging with "Last Call", a western swing outfit, which spurred his interest in the accordion as an instrument for blues, swing, and Cajun music. In 1979 Dan met John Walker, and after sitting in on a couple of gigs together, they formed the acoustic folk-blues band "Fat City".In 1984 they began performing as a duo.He likes French roast coffee, Guinness, hot sauce, and the Marx Brothers.

Doctor John Walker has been called " the only living American bluesman with a PhD in ethics from an Ivy League school.The son of a Methodist preacher, and native of Oklahoma, John grew up with the music of Woody Guthrie, Bob Wills, and Sunday hymn sings. He honed his finger-picking guitar skills during the folk scare of the 50's.John now lives in Lincoln, Ne., where he is winding up a career as a philosophy professor at Nebraska Wesleyan University.He likes barbecue, basketball, strong coffee, and Johnnie Walker Red.

Be sure to visit www.daddysqueeze.com, or www.prairiedogmusic.com, for more information.


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BMC

Enjoyable!
Really loose feel to this CD. I really enjoyed listening to it. Nice combination of accordion and guitar. If you like what you hear on the four tracks that are up for preview then you'll definitely enjoy the complete CD.

Valley Girl in Woodland Hills

Loved it!
GREAT! I was a childhood accordionist and now, 40 years later with new appreciation for accordion music of all sorts since exposure to many music genre, I had to try this. I love it! Smooth blues, great sounds.

Bill Ackerbauer

Excellent acoustic blues/roots CD
These guys take two instruments and two voices and make some incredible, fun, funky music. The musicianship is solid and the selection of cover tunes is both tasteful and interesting. If you're into country blues and jug band music, this is worth checking out. I also recommend "Two Sweet to Die."

See other recommendations on my Web site: http://hometown.aol.com/smokinbill