Hill Country Revue
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Top Customer Reviews
I'd give it a 5, but truthfully not all the tracks are of 5 star quality. Personally, I prefer RL Burside's vocals to any of the band's, so those tracks are my favourites.
If you're in the mood to crank the volume and shake, then this CD will absolutely not disappoint.
Similar to Fillmore East, this concert recording captures a band out to bridge the space between the blues of the past with current trends. The first two tunes "Shake 'Em On Down" and "Po Black Maddie>Skinny Woman>Po Black Maddie" take no prisoners and come charging right out of the gate laying down some serious blues that not only kicks some serious butt, but also shake some serious butt also. Once things get going they don't stop either.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The CD was expensive even for a used copy. But, it was rated in very good condition and it arrived in very good condition and played perfect. Read morePublished on January 14, 2014 by M. Francis
This show kicked ass. The band was tight as nails. Southern rock that blew away similar bands. Great feel, great recording.Published on December 11, 2013 by virwill
Whata party. The hills came to bonaroo. Settle in and rocket off. Great jams. And a good time enjoy itPublished on August 13, 2013 by allan
This cd is live, long, SUPER OUTSTANDING, Modern Electric Blues, very well recorded, and it includes several more North Mississippi Hill Country Blues Artists, & Some "Big Name",... Read morePublished on December 19, 2010 by Gary Covington
This has gotta be my favorite CD of the last few years. It seriously kicks. One of the finest drummers in da biz and the guitarista is sick good. I've worn out my copy.Published on August 6, 2010 by William Ray
oh I do like this CD.
I have played it frequently, loud and proud, for my pleasure and the neighbourhood pleasure/displeasure. Read more
THIS CD IS A COMPILATION OF THREE "NORTH MISSISSIPPI,HILL COUNTRY" BLUES BANDS: THE DICKINSONS, THE BURNSIDES, AND OTHO TURNER'S FIFE AND DRUM BAND. Read morePublished on December 18, 2008 by G. J. Cook