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This collection of vintage style blues is quite enjoyable. Paul Geremia, who is heard on guitar, piano, harmonica, and vocals, is joined by veteran violinist Howard Armstrong and bassist Roxy McLeod on some selections; seven of the 14 performances are unaccompanied. In addition to seven Geremia originals, there are tunes by Skip James, Leroy Carr, Charlie Patton ("Shake It and Break It"), Jesse Fuller, Leadbelly, and Blind Willie McTell ("Drive Away Blues"). Geremia's easy-to-take delivery, heartfelt sincerity, and understanding of 1930s country blues make this a CD well worth searching for.

Biography

Born: 21 April 1944 in Providence, RI

Genre: Blues

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

Since the mid-'60s when he made the move to go full-time with his artistry, Rhode Island-based acoustic blues and folksinger Paul Geremia has supported himself through his music. Geremia is an Italian-American from Providence, Rhode Island, a town that gave birth to the careers of Roomful of Blues, Duke Robillard, and other iconic blues figures. He was raised in a family that moved across the country and back several times in his youth, and that experience furthered his interest in music, history,...
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