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Purgatory Hill

Pat MacDonald

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Green Bay rebel goes gutbucket

P.M. channels Robert Johnson and Iggy Pop on a wild stringed instrument that sounds like a hellbound train. Raw, real and intense, this set automatically qualifies as a classic as it will hold up 40 years from now. May as well get it now so you can say "I told you so" in 2049

he's done it again!!!!!

this album is unlike anything I have ever heard! although it definitely draws from the roots of blues and rock, its sound is raw, fresh and modern... leaves you craving more.... great disk to drive to... the louder the better.... pat mAcdonald has done it again.... another striking reinvention that will influence generations to come....

Robert Johnson & Iggy Pop, for sure....

Maybe too many words to what's already written, which feel right on it, already. The perennial quality of what comes through in Pat's music- like other Blues geniuses, Robert Johnson, John Lee Hooker, Sonny Boy Williamson, and on into an infinity - speaks into a very specific tradition. What's up is an existentially grounded, full-awareness testimony from a Life With Problems - but without petty complaint, much self-defense or that much self-delusion. So is this album a Downer? Nope. It's a re-affirmation that life is filled with mysterious meaning, and an always evolutionary inquiry into why & how All This Happened, and is still so vibrantly, sometime painfully, happening, And where do we go from here? Right. Really alive re-expressions of some of his earlier work. "No One's Daddy" is killer.

Purgatory Hill, Pat MacDonald
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Blues
  • Released: Jul 01, 2009

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