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great album

Met this guy on a trolley in downtown Memphis Tn. He gave me a free CD. Good guy, great album. This album will never be played on the top 40 stations. However it is a refreshing find that will be cherished by students of great American music from Dylan to Jmmy Rogers. It's as if Mr. Keane started in Louisianna, drove through Texas, stopped in the Tennessee hills, breathed it all in the entire way and exhaled a masterful work of folk art. There are many standouts on this album, most notably the Dylan cover "I want you." It is haunting, beautiful, painful and honest. It has a completely different heart than the orignal. Chicks dig it. Play it for them and they think you are sensitive.

cool album

this is my friends uncle, he's really nice

Biography

Genre: Horror

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Peter Keane made a name for himself on the competitive Boston folk and blues coffeehouse scene in the 1980s and began his recording career in 1992. Keane's releases include 1992's The Goodnight Blues and Walkin' Around, a 1996 Flying Fish Records release produced by his contemporary, Boston-based singer/songwriter and bluesman Bill Morrissey. His last two albums, Another Kind of Blue in 2000 and Milton Street in 2002, were released by the Portsmouth, N.H.-based Broken White Records. No slouch as...
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