Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Alternative Rock, World Music, Pop, Rock
Home alone with his trusty '58 Gibson Dot Blonde guitar and '53 Fender Twin amp, Edmund remakes a few favorite 45s, drenches some new tunes in echo, and generally has a blast while again playing the Welshman in Memphis. Th... more »
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Home alone with his trusty '58 Gibson Dot Blonde guitar and '53 Fender Twin amp, Edmund remakes a few favorite 45s, drenches some new tunes in echo, and generally has a blast while again playing the Welshman in Memphis. This strong comeback features sterling covers of songs by Otis Redding, Jerry Reed and NRBQ's Al Anderson, plus an album-oriented rock gem in the Billy Gibbons-penned "One Step Back." --Jeff Bateman
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