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Live in Lafayette

by Turchi

Kudzu Boogie.
Genre: Blues: Swamp Blues
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1. Big Mama's Door (Live)
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2. Junior's Boogie (Live)
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5:55 $0.99
3. Do for You (Live)
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7:13 $0.99
4. Brothers Blood (Live)
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5. Kitchen Floor (Live)
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6. Don't Let the Devil Ride (Live)
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7. Write Me a Few Lines (Live)
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8. Keep On Drinkin' (Live)
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9. Dr. Recommended (Live)
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10. Shake 'em On Down (Live)
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11. My Time Ain't Now (Live)
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12. Can't Be Satisfied (Live)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
At the crossroads of American roots music, TURCHI blends slide-guitar and storytelling into kudzu boogie, the remains of a trainwreck between Mississippi Fred McDowell, Randy Newman, and ZZ Top. The band’s debut album “Road Ends in Water” (released March 2012 on Devil Down Records) was compared to the early work of the Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan in terms of songwriting, vocals, energy, and spirit, as well as with the White Stripes, Drive-By Truckers, and Black Keys.

Thirty-three states, eight months, and 50,000 miles later comes "Live in Lafayette," the band's second album, recorded Nov. 2012 in Lafayette, LA with featured guests John Troutman (The Mendoza Line/Little Band of Gold) on pedal steel and Brian Martin on Harmonica. Mixed at Ardent Studios (Led Zeppelin, ZZ Top, Bob Dylan, North Mississippi Allstars) and mastered by L. Nix Mastering (Stevie Ray Vaughan/Elvis/Beck), the album captures kudzu boogie in its finest form, and serves as a bridge between "Road Ends in Water" and the band's second studio album, due for release July 2013.


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