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From The Pacific Sun Blues guitarist John Maxwell gets a fresh start By Lily O’Brien In the early ’20s and ’30s, a lot of great blues came out of Chicago, launching careers for performers like Muddy Waters and Howlin’ Wolf. So it’s no great surprise that blues guitarist and singer John Maxwell, who was born […]
From the CD “Blues For Evangeline”. slowlyiturnmusic.com copyright 2014
A little slide mandolin blues on a beautiful,warm summer evening. I hope you like it and if so, please share! Filmed by Roger Jones. slowlyiturnmusic.com
What a fun night playing at Mighty Fine Guitars! A great venue, fabulous crowd. It was a real treat. Thanks again Stevie Coyle and Valerie May. Photo: Valerie May
Recorded at Coast Recorders San Francisco.
Written by Blind Alfred Reed in 1930. I learned this from Ry Cooder’s first album and now seemed like a good time to arrange my own version. I stayed with the original lyrics because, other than the prices of 1930, the lyrics are almost ridiculously timely.