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The variety of styles of all these artists who guest on this album says something significant about Dion’s own eclecticism and underlines his already well established 66-year legacy
Examining ZZ Top’s humor, storytelling, and Texanisms
“It’s a raging rocker but always mindful of the desert’s implicit mystery,” Billy says of the new album
Other versions or derivations of the song released under various titles have been recorded by Robert Johnson, Sleepy John Estes, Sunnyland Slim, Charley Patton, Elmore James, Howlin’ Wolf, Canned Heat…
The Jungle Show adapts to the current reality, bringing you “them good ol’ blues from Antone’s to outer space to your own place.”
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Says Bob Dylan, “Dion knows how to sing, and he knows just the right way to craft these songs, these blues songs. He’s got some friends here to help him out, some true luminaries. But in the end, it’s Dion by himself alone, and that masterful voice of his that will keep you returning to share these Blues songs with him.”
‘The Big Bad Blues’ is a mix of Gibbons’ original tunes along with covers of classics. It will hit the street on September 21st on Concord Records.
This tribute album puts iconic tunes like “Shake Your Moneymaker,” “Look on Yonder Wall,” and “Person to Person” alongside songs known mainly by James aficionados.