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Browsing: Delbert McClinton
Lost archive (1970-1980) features previously unheard recordings from Daryl Hall and John Oates,
David Johansen (New York Dolls), Terry Allen, The Jim Carroll Band,
Delbert McClinton and Glen Clark, Andy Warhol’s Superstar Ultra Violet,
Norma Jean Bell, and many more
After six decades stirring the melting pot of American music, Delbert McClinton is in a reflective mood. On May 13th,…
The Texas Blues-Soul legend reunites with the songs of his youth on ‘Outdated Emotion,’ out May 13!
“I’ve always wanted to do an album of the songs that influenced me the most. It’s important music from another time. There is a whole generation, maybe two generations now, who don’t know this music.” – Delbert McClinton
“I have had a decent career, and I have accomplished more than I ever dreamed I would. With that in mind, this is a good time to retire.” – Delbert McClinton
“I couldn’t be prouder of how far we’ve come with this cruise over the past 26 years,” said McClinton.
His signature raspy voice still holds strong on the new release.
Knowles was channeling Gallagher and was right there on the knife’s edge of having the Irish rocker himself burst forth from the guitar.
“I believe that the lineup we have this year is probably one of the strongest, if not the best, that we’ve ever produced in our past 24 years.”