Eddie Hinton was known as one of the most gifted guitarists among the crew that passed through the legendary Muscle Shoals rhythm section in the '60s. But there's more to his legend--Hinton was also known as the "white Otis Redding," and Duane Allman wanted him to sing lead for the Allman Brothers. He's written songs for Aretha, Percy Sledge, Bobby Womack, and others. His second Bullseye Blues album, recorded in Alabama, includes some very '60s-evocative backing by the Memphis Horns, an authentically swampy-sounding soul rhythm section, and a big batch of Hinton originals.
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