NEW MOON JELLY ROLL FREEDOM ROCKERS - Volumes 1 & 2 - 2LP - 180g Vinyl

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Label: Stony Plain SKU: 14201 Catalogue ID: SPLP1431 Format:
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NEW MOON JELLY ROLL FREEDOM ROCKERS - Volumes 1 & 2 - 2LP - 180g Vinyl

NEW MOON JELLY ROLL FREEDOM ROCKERS - Volumes 1 & 2 - 2LP - 180g Vinyl

€30.99

 

LABEL: Stony Plain

CAT NO: SPLP1431

BARCODE: 772532143110

 

Tracklisting:

LP 1: Blues, Why You Worry Me? / Pony Blues / Night Time / Come On Down To My House / Let’s Work Together / Strange Land / Shake It And Break It / Stone Free

LP 2: Blues For Yesterday / She’s About A Mover / Oh Lord, Don’t Let Them Drop That Atomic Bomb On Me / Greens And Ham / Black Water / Millionaire Blues (If Blues Was Money) / Can’t Stand To See You Go / Blue Guitar


NEW MOON JELLY ROLL FREEDOM ROCKERS
– Volumes 1 & 2

2LP – 180g Black Vinyl
(Includes download code.)


Double vinyl contains both Vols 1 and 2. Charlie Musselwhite, Jimbo Mathus, Alvin Youngblood Hart, Jim Dickinson, Luther Dickinson, Cody Dickinson are the New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers who return with Volume 2 from the famous sessions that produced last year’s Top 20 Billboard and Top 10 Living Blues album Volume 1. This album crosses the generations of new Blues-Rockers and Classic Blues Statesmen. It is a testament to the great experience and talent of these esteemed performers that they could casually conjure a recording of this quality out of the ether in a casual jam session — sounding as if you are right there in the room with them with between-song banter and commentary, the classic structures of the Blues, being pulled together and teased apart by some of the most award-decorated members of the Blues Elite.

NMJRFR, Volume 1 lays out a musical feast at which we relish every course. By the end, we want more, of course.” – Henry I. Carrigan Jr. Living Blues

“In true rock-and-roll tradition, NMJRFRs were born in the back of a tour bus, and they’re everything their name implies: Raucous, rattly, raw, and magnificently loose… a group of road-tested wanderers turned loose for a rip on what they dubbed a potluck session.” – Grant Britt No Depression