Slim Bawb | Pardon Me

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Pardon Me

by Slim Bawb

swampy, funky blues, country & more. The duo digs deep & gets to the primal meat of the musical matter.
Genre: Blues: Swamp Blues
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1. Swamptime
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2. Rescue Dog Blues
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3. Louisiana Man
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4. What I'm Sayin'
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5. Beaucoup De Vine
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6. Sabine River Blues
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7. Porn Furniture
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8. Man of Constant Sorrow
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9. Snake Bit
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10. You Can't Unring That Bell
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11. Blues in a Bottle
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12. Foot On the Gas
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13. Honeydo
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Album Notes
Slim bawb, who plays just about everything with strings, sings & writes songs, & drummer
Ron “cornbread’ sherrod play swampy, funky blues, country & more. The duo digs deep & gets to the primal meat of the musical matter. The
Latest cd ‘pardon me” is out now. Featuring 10
Originals plus their take on the swamp classic
“Louisiana man” & the traditional tunes “man
of constant sorrow” & blues in a bottle”. The
album was cut over 3 & a half days in march
2012 at bawb’s swamp studio. The bass parts
were played by his feet “lefty & stinky” on his roland “boot bass” pedals. The megaphone mic parts were sung on a separate mic just like they do live. Perry lowe played cajon, djembe & sang on “unring that bell”. The only overdubs were one mandolin part & a couple of vocal harmonies. It captures their live “swamp” sound.
The title “pardon me” comes from the song “rescue dog blues” an ode to bawb & ron’s dogs.
Their prior cd “boo dan” won a texas music academy “gone to texas” award this year. Hope
You’ll check this out & they’ll see ya in the bars!


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