Kunio Kishida | Statesboro Blues

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Statesboro Blues

by Kunio Kishida

This CD is a live studio recording from the famed Muscle Shoals Sound Studios featuring many famous recording stars playing Southern Rock and Rock.
Genre: Rock: Extended Jams
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1. Statesboro Blues
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2. C Blues (Blues for Duane)
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At the end of the sessions for Kunio's Alabama Boy CD, everyone wanted to relax and jam on a couple of songs. We rolled tape and enjoyed playing the Blind Willy McTell classic, Statesboro Blues. Kunio and Scott Boyer are featured on the vocals and they both sang great. The second song is an instrumental slow blues that Kunio has dedicated to his guitar hero, Duane Allman. We hope you enjoy these two songs as much as we enjoyed playing them. These recordings are among the last full-band recordings made at Muscle Shoals Sound Studios.

Kunio Kishida: Vocals, Slide Guitar and Rhythm Guitar
Scott Boyer: Duet vocal with Kunio
Pete Carr: Electric Guitar
Jerry Wasley Jr: Fender Bass Guitar
Chuck Leavell: Grand Piano
Paul Hornsby: Hammond B3
Bobby Whitlock: Hammond B3 on track two
Jamie Oldaker: Drums
Mickey Buckins: Percussion

Produced by Johnny Sandlin

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excellent southern rock album
I wonder if Kunio Kishida really is a Japanese.His guitar sounds really like American southern rock.I'm sure he is a top guitarist in America.