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Dewey Corley & Walter MillerI Ain't Gonna Drink No More – Not Much (with bonus download) ... LP
Big Legal Mess, 1967. New Copy (reissue)... Just Sold Out!
Maybe one of the most unique artists to be recorded in George Mitchell's field sessions of southern blues – as Dewey Corley plays a one-string bass, sings, and sometimes throws in a kazoo solo too! Here, he's accompanied by Walter Miller on guitar – whose work helps ground Dewey's performance in slightly more familiar styles – but even with that added element, it's clear that Corley's the start of the show – and his boldly-blown kazoo passages could well rival some of the bigger blues harp players of the time! Titles include "Fishing In The Dark", "Back To The Country", "Beale Street", "Memphis Is A Wonderful City", "Down To Arkansas", "Highway 61", and "Tri State Blues". LP, Vinyl record album
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