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Customer Reviews

An Absolute Classic

This is one of the greatest, most inventive re-interpretations of acoustic folk/country blues ever recorded. The side guitar is spellbinding and Kelly Joe's voice is a perfectly broken-in pair of boots. Get this music, play it and fill your house with warmth.

As Great as it gets!

This is a "once in a generation" bluesman. Soul to spare.

An Absolute Treasure!

Virtuoso acoustic blues slide guitar, matched perfectly by a voice full of gravel and soul and an eclectic, intriguing mix of songs. Every song is a true pleasure, although "I'd Be a Rich Man", "I've Been Converted" and the title track are my personal faves. I've owned thousands of recordings in my 50+ years but this one is right there at the top of the list. Saw KJP live last year at a small club here in Seattle and can't wait for him to make another trip up here to his hometown. If you haven't heard Kelly Joe before, start right here and plow through his entire discography... but you'll probably come back to "Lead me On" again and again and again. Buy it, enjoy it... and turn on all your friends to it, they'll thank you!


Born: October 5, 1959 in Sumner, WA

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Vancouver, Washington-based guitarist, singer, and songwriter Kelly Joe Phelps continues to expand the parameters of modern blues through his strong commitment to literary songs and his expressive yet simple guitar stylings. While casual listeners may call Phelps a bluesman, his playing is so fluid, dexterous, and improvised he obviously has the soul of a jazz musician. Phelps was raised in a music-loving household in Sumner, Washington, near Tacoma. The son of Seventh Day Adventist parents, Phelps'...
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