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Farewell, My Darling” is a soul chestnut recorded by Sam Cooke, and “Glory Glory” is a traditional gospel featuring Bridges’ stripped down, raw electric guitar. The originals here are just as varied. “17 Miles To Go” could easily have come from a chain gang work song dating back 90 years. It features a plaintive vocal against the slow thump of a bass drum – or is it a foot stomp? B. King sting on guitar, and “Rise Above It” is as easy chair comforting as Jimmy Reed. “Good Old Days” and “I Will Still Be In Love With You” showcase the pedal steel guitar of Lloyd Maines who has graced the releases of such great Americana artists as Joe Ely and Ray Wylie Hubbard.

Gov’t Mule was birthed in the form of a classic blues-rock power trio, albeit with a huge appetite. Nowadays almost anything goes. These songs all strike the deepest chords rhythmically and in verse, and dovetail with one another seamlessly. ” When he sings unabashedly about never thinking he could love someone more than he loves himself, the reality of the notion strikes with lasting impact. Haynes also demonstrates time and again why he’s considered among the generations of premier blues-steeped guitar players, his runs at once astounding and refined.

But throughout, his talent is best expressed with songs that have a more pared production. “Alcatraz” starts with horns and a vaguely Latin rhythm. Then the horns get a bit lost in the mix. Four songs with backing vocalist Mia Simone have her charged vocals getting toned down also. Paul Hamilton on drums and Carl Harvey on bass are rock solid and show flashes of their musicianship, but also aren’t given much space. Highlights include “Starve This Fever” which slows things down and pares the production to an emotional solo vocal and an equally tasty solo lead.

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