Bob Brozman is a well-known pyrotechnical virtuoso of the National Steel guitar and an authority on vintage National instruments, with a book on the subject to his credit. In addition to his fiery work on vintage resophonic guitars, ukes and mandolins, he plays a mean electric slide guitar, and his deep, growling vocal style is inspired by 1920s Mississippi Delta bluesman Charlie Patton. This 1992 collection of old and original tunes, marked by Brozman's offbeat sense of humor, is one man's personalized history of the blues, and features George Winston on piano.
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