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Ain't the Blues Evil

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All Music Guide - Char Ham
MacLeod and his band continue in a storytelling jazz-tinged blues bag, whether in "Just Like a Minstrel," twhere he bemoans the trials and tribulations of road life eating cold hot dogs and sleeping in dirty hotel rooms or in "One Fool Lookin' for Another," recalling troubles with women. Hammond B-3 and military drum rolls underlie "Placquemine," telling of a man who trails a lover from place to place, only to find her using him as a stepping stone toward a Hollywood career. Fellow George Smith alumna Rod Piazza accompanies and blows an ultra cool solo on "I Think You're Steppin' Out on Me." "SRV For Stevie Ray," is an inspirational instrumental which is both a tribute and a ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Char Ham
MacLeod and his band continue in a storytelling jazz-tinged blues bag, whether in "Just Like a Minstrel," twhere he bemoans the trials and tribulations of road life eating cold hot dogs and sleeping in dirty hotel rooms or in "One Fool Lookin' for Another," recalling troubles with women. Hammond B-3 and military drum rolls underlie "Placquemine," telling of a man who trails a lover from place to place, only to find her using him as a stepping stone toward a Hollywood career. Fellow George Smith alumna Rod Piazza accompanies and blows an ultra cool solo on "I Think You're Steppin' Out on Me." "SRV For Stevie Ray," is an inspirational instrumental which is both a tribute and a thank you to the great Mr. Vaughan.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/14/1991
  • Label: Volt
  • UPC: 025218340922
  • Catalog Number: 3409

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Doug MacLeod Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Guitar, Vocals, Track Performer
Rod Piazza Harmonica
Eric Ajaye Bass
James Donnellan Percussion
Steve Gold Piano
Lee Spath Percussion, Drums
Ed Czach Keyboards
Technical Credits
Rod Piazza Contributor
Doug MacLeod Composer
Eric Ajaye Contributor
James Donnellan Producer, Engineer
Steve Gold Contributor
George Horn Mastering
Robert Pierce Mercer Producer
Lee Spath Contributor
Phil Carroll Art Direction
Ed Czach Contributor
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