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Lots More Blues Rags & Hollers
John Koerner, Dave Ray, Tony Glover
Lots More Blues Rags & Hollers
Genres: Blues, Folk, Pop
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All Artists: John Koerner, Dave Ray, Tony Glover
Title: Lots More Blues Rags & Hollers
Members Wishing: 6
Total Copies: 0
Label: Red House
Release Date: 1/19/1999
Genres: Blues, Folk, Pop
Style: Acoustic Blues
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 033651013020

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Only Five Stars?
W. Phinizy | Fountain Valley, Ca United States | 02/28/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"..the very best! Anything (aneeeee-thing!) by these guys jointly and severally is worth collecting. PERIOD!"
Better than the 1964 album!
W. Phinizy | 04/16/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"My family moved to Rochester, NY in the summer of 1964, when I was 17. My first friends were friends of Spider John's brother, and they all owned this album. This was my first introduction to Billie Holiday and Leadbelly, and led to a lifetime love affair with blues music. This album is a must for all the baby-boomers who started digging the blues in the sixties; the extra cuts are icing on the cake."
"Amen to all 3 above reviews" is about all I can add ...
Jerry Miller | Centereach, NY United States | 01/13/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"... except the following:I've heard it said that Koerner "out-Dylans" Dylan, and I have to agree. "Duncan and Brady," "Crazy Fool," and "Lady Day" feature his fast-talking and -singing wit, and the one-man band rendition of his "Ted Mack Rag," along with the liner notes on it, amplify his sense of humor and talent.As a harp player myself, I find myself drawn to Tony Glover's cuts, especially "Don't Let Your Right Hand Know" (which, however, is not on this album, but rather on "The Return of ...". "What's the Matter with the Mill," "Honey Bee," and "Can't Get My Rest at Night," which are on this album, are likewise excellent examples of his talented harp work.)Dave Ray, whether doing an unaccompanied field holler, like Leadbelly's "Black Betty," playing his faster songs like "Freeze to Me Mama," or playing a racing 12-string bottleneck accompaniment to his slower-tempo vocal in "Fine Soft Land," is a real artist.My album is at least 35 years old, and it shows. It's nice to know I can get a fresh copy on CD!"