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Album Review

Although it has been released on the Northernblues label and it does include a few blues, this outing by guitarist-singers Doug Cox and Sam Harris falls more into the folk music genre. Some of the tunes, particularly those using other vocalists (most notably "Grinning in Your Face") are haunting, some reveal great truths and insights about the world, and all of the music is heartfelt. There is an impressive amount of variety, ranging from Tommy Johnson to Duane Allman, with the originals sounding as classic as the more vintage songs. The talented Doug Cox and Sam Harris are well worth discovering by fans of both folk music and blues.


Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Dobro master Doug Cox was among the busiest session players on the contemporary Canadian music scene; he additionally earned notice as a singer and songwriter, making his solo debut with the LP Canadian Borderline. Bone, Bottle, Brass or Steel followed in 1997. Cox also issued a number of instructional books and videos exploring the art of the dobro. After signing to Ragged...
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Hungry Ghosts, Doug Cox
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  • 29,99 lei
  • Genres: Blues, Music, Rock
  • Released: 12 July 2005

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