Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad

Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad

by Cephas & Wiggins
     
 

John Cephas and Phil Wiggins don't provide any surprises on this date, Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad. That doesn't mean this is a disc to ignore. They have remained faithful to the Piedmont blues sound and to their credit haven't incorporated any modern twists or foisted an attempt at soul-blues, for instance. They play what they love and continue in theSee more details below

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John Cephas and Phil Wiggins don't provide any surprises on this date, Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad. That doesn't mean this is a disc to ignore. They have remained faithful to the Piedmont blues sound and to their credit haven't incorporated any modern twists or foisted an attempt at soul-blues, for instance. They play what they love and continue in the tradition of Brownie McGee and Sonny Terry or Blind Blake. Among the 14 tracks, two -- "Burn Your Bridges" and "Guitar and Harmonica Rag" -- are Cephas & Wiggins originals; the rest are mainly traditional.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/23/1998
Label:
Evidence
UPC:
0730182609325
catalogNumber:
26093
Rank:
119249

Tracks

  1. Black Rat Swing  -  Cephas & Wiggins
  2. I'm a Pilgrim  -  Cephas & Wiggins
  3. Reno Factory  -  Cephas & Wiggins
  4. Guitar and Harmonica Rag  -  Cephas & Wiggins
  5. Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad  -  Cephas & Wiggins
  6. Eyesight to the Blind  -  Cephas & Wiggins
  7. Louise  -  Cephas & Wiggins
  8. Chicken Can't Roost Too High for Me  -  Cephas & Wiggins
  9. Pony Blues  -  Cephas & Wiggins
  10. Burn Your Bridges  -  Cephas & Wiggins
  11. I Ain't Got No Lovin' Baby Now  -  Cephas & Wiggins
  12. West Carey Street Blues  -  Cephas & Wiggins
  13. Richmond Blues  -  Cephas & Wiggins
  14. Rising River Blues  -  Cephas & Wiggins

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