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John Koerner, Dave Ray and Tony Glover, who emerged from the same University of Minneapolis music scene that produced Bob Dylan, were the best white folk blues group of their day. This reissue of one of their influential mid '60s albums — which sounds at times like a cross between the Kingston Trio and Sonny Boy Williamson — provides ample evidence of that. Koerner and Ray were first-rate guitarists, Glover could play harmonica like nobody's business and they all sang with style, enthusiasm, and a dash of humor. Plus, they had great material, some from blues giants like Lead Belly and Memphis Minnie, but much of it original. Three cheers to the folks who put together this reissue so well. The 21 remastered tracks include all of the original album, plus five songs from the same sessions that got bumped from the LP due to the format's space limitations. The liner notes feature all the original commentary from critic Paul Nelson and an extensive new essay by Tony Glover.

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"Can't Get My Rest At Night!"

.."Down On Old Fannin' Street!"..Yessiree; Bob!-Here are more "Blues, Rags & Hollers" than you can shake a polecat at!-Served up hot & tasty (once again; Thank you; Rhino!) for your listening pleasure!-"Spider" John Koerner & Ray & Glover dig deep into the same Delta Dustbowls & Mid-Western Old Oaken Buckets that informed & inspired the young Bobby Dylan & so many others!-Sort of minor players in the Bleeker Street/Greenwich Village "Folk Revival'; Koerner, Ray & Glover covered the Coffehouse/College Circut in the Northeast and elsewheres; With some critical but not so much commercial success!-"What's The Matter With The Mill?"-Well; Nothin' that a little "Whomp Bom/Honey Bee" can't fix; Man!...by Grimmbo.

Don't miss it!!!!

Flowering tops!!!

LEGENDARY!!!

The Best of the Best! Unbelievable players!! Where the Blues crossed over back in 63

Biography

Formed: 1962 in Minneapolis, MN

Genre: Blues

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

In today's climate of a blues band seemingly on every corner with "the next Stevie Ray Vaughan" being touted every other minute, it's hard to imagine a time when being a white blues singer was considered kind of a novelty. But in those heady times of the early '60s and the folk and blues revival, that's exactly how it was. But into this milieu came three young men who knew it, understood it, and could play and sing it; their names were Koerner, Ray & Glover. They were folkies, to be sure, but...
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