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Keep It Coming...

20 Miles

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As one-third of the blues-punk group the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Judah Bauer's clear, punchy guitar work serves as essential counterpoint to the songs' hard, funky backbeats. As leader of the ad hoc side group Twenty Miles (which features his brother Donovan on drums), his dexterity with a variety of vintage guitar sounds is only one focus of the music; he plays bass and harp — and sings pretty damn well, too — on Keep It Coming, his third and best disc. Bauer widely samples the R&B, blues, rockabilly, and funk that are at the root of the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion sound. But the guitarist treats his influences a bit more gingerly on his own than with Spencer, while still injecting a punk spirit. Guests include the North Mississippi All-Stars, Cody and Luther Dickinson, and former Boss Hog member (and neighbor) Hollis Queens.

Biography

Formed: 1996

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

20 Miles was the blues-based side project of Jon Spencer Blues Explosion guitarist Judah Bauer and his drummer brother Donovan. Although the Bauer brothers had performed together since high school, 20 Miles did not officially come together until Judah finished work on the Blues Explosion LP Now I Got Worry; after entering the recording studio, the siblings recorded their raw 1996 debut, Ragged Backyard Classics — a triple 7" package issued on...
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