Little Joe McLerran | Live at Last

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Live at Last

by Little Joe McLerran

Recorded live at Nissi's in Lafayette, CO, Little Joe's hometown before he move to Tulsa. The record features Dexter Payne on reeds and harmonica, R J Whetstone on drums and Robie Mack on bass.
Genre: Blues: Piedmont Blues
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2. 32-20
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3. Diddy Wah Diddy
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4. Baby Don't Tear My Clothes
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5. I Want You to Know
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6. I'm Happy Now
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7. Untrue Blues
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8. The Wrong Woman
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9. That'll Never Happen No More
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10. Rattlesnakin' Daddy
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Album Notes
Little Joe McLerran has been taking his Piedmont Blues to all corners of the Earth. In the spring of 2010, on behalf of Jazz at Lincoln Center and the US State Department, Little Joe took his band for a month long tour of Middle Eastern countries Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman and Bahrain. "He was singing "Hair Parted in the Middle" to veiled University girls in Saudi Arabia and they were going crazy", witnessed Robbie Mack.

Little Joe's fourth album, "Believe I'll Make a Change" on the Root Blues Reborn record label, release late in 2009, rose to #1 on the radio airplay charts in Feburary of 2010 ending up being the 12th most played Blues album of the year. Downbeat and Blues Review magazines hearld it as Little Joe's finest work to date.

On February 7, 2009 Little Joe realized a goal, four years in the making, by taking 1st Place at the 25th Annual Blues Foundation's International Blues Challenge [IBC] held in Memphis. With three stellar sets in his fourth consecutive trip to the IBC, Little Joe walked away with the crown, all by himself.

Little Joe has traveled from coast to coast, the Middle East and Europe playing festivals and club dates. These dates have included the Mississippi Valley Blues Fest in Davenport, IA, King Bisquit (Arkansas Heritage) in Helena, AR, the Waterfront Blues Festival in Portland, OR, the Illinois Blues Fest, the Heritage Blues Festival in Wheeling, WV, the Rootsways Blues Festival in Parma, Italy, the Legendary Rhythm and Blues Cruise into the Pacific and countless others.


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Richard Whetstone

Great Live Recording
Roots blues is alive and showing signs of a distinctive rebirth with Little Joe McLerran's new CD "Live At Last - Vol. 1" A refreshing variety of tempos that display shades of ragtime, roots blues, and Louisiana blues with the ever present style of Piedmont blues which marks Little Joe's nimble styling.