The Bottoms Up Blues Gang | Handle It

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Handle It

by The Bottoms Up Blues Gang

The Bottoms Up Blues Gang features vocalist Kari Liston, Guitarist Jeremy Segel-Moss and a Gang of Outstanding St. Louis/New Orleans artists.
Genre: Blues: St. Louis Blues
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1. South Broadway Blues
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2. First of May
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3. New World Blues
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4. More I Get, The Less I Got
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5. Lover Foe
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6. If Only
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7. Show Your Love
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8. Quick Fix for Livin'
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9. Stop Tellin' Me What to Do
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10. Drown in My Own Tears
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Bottoms Up Blues Gang from St. Louis celebrate a decade of playing together with their third release “Handle It.” The album features a perfect patchwork of original music in the band’s eclectic blend of St. Louis Blues and New Orleans Jazz, with instrumentation ranging from guitar and vocals up to a full band with organ and New Orleans horn section. The band, based around a nucleus of guitarist Jeremy Segel-Moss and vocalist Kari Liston, have surrounded themselves with a phenomenal gang of legendary local musicians to support a wide range of new sounds and influences. The album also includes an outstanding version of “Drown In My Own Tears” recorded with St. Louis’ legendary blues guitarist Bennie Smith, recorded before his death in 2006.


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