Friday, April 28, 2006

Hillstomp- Jackson Parole Board Blues



















The song has been freed.

Primitive blues acts are crawling into the light like a plague of boll weevils. Oregon's Hillstomp may end up being recognized as a leader of the infestation. They know their Burnside, Hopkins and McDowell, but they're also familiar with modern production tricks, as evidenced on "Jackson Parole Board Blues." Their migration pattern takes them across the United States this summer. Check out Hillstomp's site for more information.

4 comments:

moose & squirrel said...

What can I say. These guys are trying so hard to be snake charmers that maybe one day they will succeed. For now, I'd say they better watch out for misquito bites coming from Fred McDead's rotting corpse.

A visit to The Red Cross Store might do them some good.

m&s

Happy In Bag said...

Dang, M&S. I didn't realize that you were promoted to Captain of the Blues Police. Let's make plans to catch them at the Brick this summer. I'll bet you're a great heckler.

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