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What Kind of Fool

by The Mojo Roots

Soul-soaked, harp-driven blues from the heart of the Midwest.
Genre: Blues: Electric Blues
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1. What Kind of Fool
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2. I Got the Blues
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3. Green-Eyed Baby
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4. That Kind of Girl
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5. I've Been Loving You Too Long
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6. White Chicken Chili
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7. Deaf, Dumb and Blind
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8. Hush, Somebody's Calling My Name
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9. It's Over
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10. Not Loving You
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11. Hoy Hoy Hoy
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Album Notes
If you think there's nothing new and exciting coming out of the blues genre, you haven't heard The Mojo Roots. With performances that turn on a dime from a driving, hard-hitting shuffle to an aching, tear-dripping slow blues, the Mojo Roots brand of soul-soaked blues is captivating audiences in their home state of Missouri and beyond.

Fronting the band on harp and vocals, Jordan Thomas loses himself in every song---with incredible results. Thomas's passionate vocals and fiery harp-playing truly set The Mojo Roots apart. And when off the harp, his rhythm guitar work fills just the right niche. On the lead guitar, Trevor ''T.J.'' Judkins is quickly winning accolades as an incredibly virtuosic young guitarist, with a rich, studied tone and a patient economy of playing that is all too rare. Bassist Jim Rush, a stalwart Midwest blues performer for over three decades, sets the groove with bright, punchy bass lines. And as an accomplished front man in his own right, Rush also shares the microphone on some tunes. Paired with drummer Andy Naugle's clean and controlled backbeat, steeped in the great Chicago tradition, Rush and Naugle form an unshakeable rhythm foundation for this blues tour-de-force.

With the release of What Kind of Fool, The Mojo Roots are poised to take their place on the national stage. If there was ever a doubt about the future of the genre, rest assured: The Mojo Roots are striking just the right balance between preserving and further developing the blues.


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