Peter Joseph Burtt | Hand to Mouth

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Hand to Mouth

by Peter Joseph Burtt

World Folk Blues
Genre: World: African Folk
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1. Hand to Mouth
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2. Canadi I O
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3. Two Bit Town
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4. Lucky, Lucky
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5. The Day the Bull Fell Into the Well
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6. To Be Perfect
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7. Invisible
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8. Bottome of the World
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9. Portrait of Marilyn the Salt Vendor
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Poet drummer travels to Africa to live with musicians. Time passes. Returns home to bridge the music of his past with that of his present. Original and natural.

“Hand to Mouth” has a raw elegance reminiscent of those Big Pink sessions of Dylan and The Band. There’s something at once majestic and formative at work here, not just in the particularities but in the broader deeper currents. This very well might be a new music for these times of desolation and revelation and desirous celebration of the unmaterialized dreams we all carry.”
-Drew Kampion (American Editor, the Surfer’s Path)


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