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Album Review

Switchy Titchy is the best record Lacy Gibson has recorded to date. Gibson's variation on Chicago blues includes some horns pinched from Southern soul-blues records, and it's a little bit more laidback than the pile-driving sound often associated with the style. He makes up for the relaxed pace with his round, clean guitar tones and big, powerful vocals, both of which are spotlighted throughout Switchy Titchy. Best of all, that playing is married to a strong song selection, featuring a couple of originals and a lot of forgotten classics. That unpredictable song selection makes the entire album sound fresh and lifts the record above many of its modern blues peers.

Biography

Born: 01 May 1936 in South Carolina

Genre: Blues

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

Guitarist Lacy Gibson was an underappreciated figure on the Windy City circuit for decades. Born in 1936, Lacy and his family left North Carolina for Chicago in 1949. It didn't take long for Gibson to grow entranced by the local action — he learned from veterans Sunnyland Slim and Muddy Waters and picked up pointers from immaculate axemen Lefty Bates, Matt "Guitar" Murphy, and Wayne Bennett. Gibson made a name for himself as a session player in 1963, assuming rhythm guitar duties on sides by...
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