Not traditional blues but bluesy

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Not traditional blues but bluesy

Postby NEONMOONY » Sat Feb 10, 2007 6:50 pm

We saw Americana songwriter James McMurtry last night at the Chicago Old Towne School of Folk Music (great venue). McMurtry is a fine lyricist with a rock blues attitude. He plaid about 6 guitars. Lost of searing, high treble lead guitar, mixed with quiter Jumbo Guild solo stuff. At one point he just stopped playin' but kept singin' and more or less let the lyrics carry themselves.

Special guest was Cameron McGIll, who is sort of country folk with a keyboard and a string quartet.
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