Ross Bon and the Mighty Blue Kings | Come One, Come All

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Come One, Come All

by Ross Bon and the Mighty Blue Kings

Great blues/Jazz feel to this album. The follow-up to the Billboard charting album, "Meet Me In Uptown."
Genre: Blues: Soul-Blues
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1. I Can't Stop It
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2. Baby You Rich
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3. Go Tell The Preacher
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4. Little Too Late
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5. Put Your Hand In Mine
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6. Looking For My Baby
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7. What's A Man To Do
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8. Don't Let Go
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9. Got The Sun Shinin' On Me
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10. Long Distance Lover
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11. No Blow, No Show
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12. Green Grass Grows All Around
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Man, these guys are tapped in at ground level! This album exudes authenticity. These cats listened, I mean really listened, to the guys that started it all and the original material, which comprises half the record, is every bit as good as the covered material.

A tall order. Ross Bon's songwriting is A1! The material is just the right mix of R&B, jazz and blues and the band's sound, especially Bon's vocals, rings true to the sound of many greats of days gone; and lending themselves very well to modern audiences who are tired of the lack of substance so often heard in todays "music."

It's all about roots! Roots! Roots!


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