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Album Review

Specter, his ultra-soulful singer/harpist of the time Tad Robinson, and his swinging Bluebirds ventured over to Germany on tour in 1994, cutting this fine set over two memorable evenings. Robinson, now on his own, was an exceptional match for Specter's concise, crisp guitar style; equally conversant in blues and soul, Robinson is also an exceptional songscribe who penned three of the disc's highlights ("On the Outside Looking In," "Sweet Serenity," "Dose of Reality"). More straight blues than on Blueplicity: "Little by Little," "Bad Boy," "Kidney Stew," Little Walter's "It's Too Late Brother."

Customer Reviews

Germany got the blues?

Both Ronnie Earl and Dave Specter cut awesome live records in Germany, so I guess there must be some hep-cats in Germany! Well, they more or less gave us the Beatles, so I shouldn't be too suprised.

One of the best blues records of the 90's

All I can say is that Dave is in the same class as Hollywood Fats, Junior Watson, Kid Ramos, Joe Lewis Walker, Nick Curran, Jimmie Vaughan, Robert Cray, Kid Bangham, Rick Holmstrom, etc. That is to say, if you like real guitar playing with soul and craftsmanship, a band tighter than tight, and a ridiculously good front man, then this is the album for you. If not, we can’t be friends and you won’t like this album.

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