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Music Man from Hobart, Australia

How good can you be when you are rising 70 and haven't had a solid album out in ages because you took time off to raise your daughter? This is Garland Jeffreys at his ecclectic best. Rock, Reggae, Blues and R&B it's all here.
From the opening guitar attack of "Coney Island Winter" to the plaintiff and touching "In God's Waiting Room", Garland is the master of all he surveys and feels. I particularly love "Til John Lee Hooker Calls Me" and "Streetwise" but as Spinal Tap said ... "that's just nit picking!" Really it all killer, no filler. Enjoy

Biography

Born: 03 July 1944 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

A critically acclaimed singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist, Garland Jeffreys has earned a loyal international audience for his intelligent and passionate songs, informed by a variety of musical styles from rock and R&B to reggae and dance music, and dealing with topics both personal and political, often at the same time. While not especially prolific -- he released a mere five studio albums between 1981 and 2011 -- Jeffreys' work reveals a rock & roller's soul and a poetic sensibility that have...
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