The Little Brothers | Walked All the Way Back Home

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Walked All the Way Back Home

by The Little Brothers

Music from a time when giant bluesmen roamed the earth.
Genre: Blues: Country Blues
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1. Stop and Listen
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2. Curly Headed Woman
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3. Listening All the Day
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4. That Lonesome Train
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5. Highway 61
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6. Things About Coming My Way
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7. Ain't Gonna Be Worried No More
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8. Carbolic Rag
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9. Please Don't Dog Me 'round
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10. Old Dog Blue
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11. One Dime Blues
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12. Baby, How Can It Be?
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13. Leaving Town Blues
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14. Bamalong Blues
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Album Notes
The Little Brothers draw upon the great lost tradition of African-American stringbands as well as the classic old-time stringbands in this, their first release. The music of The Mississippi Sheiks, Sleepy John Estes, Ishmon Bracey and Blind Joe Taggart are represented alongside that of Burnett and Rutherford and the Scottdale Stringband. The group consists of Kim Basile (fiddle), Mike Hoffmann (mandolin) and Frankie Basile (vocals, guitar, banjo), all playing together and in various combinations. The result is a riotous celebration of music that got left behind on the superhighway of popular culture.... it's not so much music from the distant past as it is music for a different NOW.


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