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Prime Blues by Jim Allchin

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Album Title: Prime Blues
Artisanship Music
Released: 2018

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Fiona's Comments

Fist pumps for Boxing day! Feeling guilty about holiday excess? Jim Allchin can pinpoint the root of your troubles. #blues

About the Album

Prime Blues features 14 new tracks performed by an all-star group of musicians including bassist Glenn Worf, rhythm guitarists Rob McNelley, Bob Britt and Kenny Greenburg, keyboardist Kevin McKendree, drummer Tom Hambridge, vocalist Mycle Wastman, The Memphis Horns and special guest vocalists Grammy-winner Bobby Rush, and Blues Award winner Mike Zito.

Track Listing

GIVE IT UP 4:28 DEVIL DON’T SLEEP 3:12 VOODOO DOLL 3:51 SNUGGLE UP 3:18 JIMMY’S BOOGIE 2:51 SUMMER SUNRISE 4:50 ENOUGH IS ENOUGH 3:08 FOUND THE BLUES 3:18 TWO BAD DREAMS 5:03 PAWN SHOP MAN 2:54 LOST MY MIND 3:43 UP TO DESTINY 4:25 TECH BLUES 4:06 LOGOFF 3:09

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Jim Allchin - guitar, vocals Glen Worf - bass Rob McNelley, Bob Britt & Kenny Greenberg - rhythm guitars Kevin McKendree - keyboards Tom Hambridge - drums Mycle Wastman - vocals The Memphis Horns Special guests - Bobby Rush & Mike Zito

Date featured

December 26, 2018

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