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The Lonestar Blues

by Tubie Pushe'e

A mix of today's electric and traditional Texas blues and light jazz with clever lyrics, a great hook and unique guitar playing.
Genre: Blues: Texas Style
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1. Upside Down
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2. Bonanza in Kittydom
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3. Talk to Me Blues
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4. Goodbye
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5. When You Gonna Bring My Heart Home
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6. The H.r. Dept Blues
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7. Lookin' for Mine
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8. Want More
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9. Skubie's Doo
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10. Strange Things
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11. I'll Be Gone
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12. The Lonestar Blues
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Lonestar Blues is the 2008 blues release from Tubie Pushée. He is from Navasota, Texas which was officially designated the blues capitol of Texas in 2005. Tubie and his band The Touchtones played in the capitol rotunda in Austin in 2007 to mark the reading of the resolution in the state legislature. Endorsed by The Navasota Blues Fest Organization and city officials from Navasota.

The Lonestar Blues is Texas blues from start to finish with an occasional Texas rock flavor. From great guitar playing and well structured songs to clever lyrics with a great hook this record will grow to become one of your favorite blues albums of all time. If you like Texas blues this album is a 'must have'. If you just like blues this CD will delight and entertain you.


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William and the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team

Enjoyable Texas Blues CD
"The Lonestar Blues" is a Texas blues guitar album that features quirky, unique lyrics and jazzy undertones from Tubie Pushe'e. Tubie's voice is a huge part of the sound, delivered with that Texan country twang that shows his personality and forces the listener to lean on every word. The arrangements behind him are skillful and create a relationship between clever lyricist and top-notch musicians you will surely enjoy. The riffs are catchy, and the rhythms are bouncy, with great variance from song to song. The production quality of “The Lonestar Blues” is very good as well, with emphasis placed on truly capturing the rawness of Tubie. Highlights include "Talk to Me Blues," with a driving rhythm, great guitar work, and a lively vocal performance. "Goodbye" touches on the swampy side with a little harmonica, some Tubie twang, and smooth vocals. The title track, "The Lonestar Blues," closes things out nicely with more great guitar work and is as blue as blues can be. With “The Lonestar Blues,” Tubie Pushe’e has compiled an album full of unique and enjoyable blues songs. If you enjoy Texas blues with off-the-wall, twangy vocals, give Tubie a listen.

Joan

MTM Review
”THE LONE STAR BLUES”
©2008 Independently Released
Review by Lucky Boyd....MyTexasMusic

From the opening “Upside Down” Tubie Pushée sets the bar for this album with a real thinker set in an exciting blues feel. Throughout the disc you’ll find several blues styles, all of them excellently executed. From rock to swamp to folky blues, Pushée offers a diverse setting for his sophomore project. Penning most of the cuts himself, Pushée swings the pendulum vocally as well. His rough style is perfect for “Talk To Me Blues” (written by Donnis Hammond) and he uses his ‘inside’ voice for “The H.R. Dept. Blues,” which is the kind of song you could only write if you’ve lived it. Poor sap. You’ll hear an array of guitar work, and while the licks aren’t wrapped in an L.A. style polish, they are truly Texan, and each one seems to be the perfect choice for it’s respective track. I’m impressed with this second release and I think it elevates Pushée to a new level among blues players in Texas. Without question, he can hold his own at any blues festival in the state. Pushée has remained true to his artistic control on this album and has offered fans a diverse release with some real gems on board. I listened to this album three times all the way through before capturing my thoughts on the project. It’s comfortable in that respect and it has a decent flow that keeps you listening. True Blues fans will flock to this album.

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Congratulations on GrIndie Award
RadioIndy is proud to present Tubie Pushe\'e
a GrIndie Award for their CD The Lonestar Blues.\" A GrIndie Award is RadioIndy\'s stamp of approval that this CD is an excellent quality CD. Please join us in congratulating this artist on this accomplishment.