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including Billy Bob on drums and vocals, Dusty Hill (ZZ Top) on bass, Pat Travers on guitar, the late Stephen Bruton on guitar, Les Dudek on gui- tar, Rickey Medlocke (Lynyrd Skynyrd) on guitar, Teddy “Zig Zag” Andreadis (Guns n’ Roses) on keys, Brad Davis on acoustic and more. Lots of great songs, many written by Shipp, and includ- ing adapted covers like ZZ Top’s “Sure Got Cold After the Rain Fell,” The Allman Brothers’ “Its Not My Cross to Bear,” and Bob Dylan’s “Positively 4th Street.” This is a great CD. Outstanding playing and great to crank up in the car when you hit the open road. This Shipp bold- ly goes where no band has gone before. Fascinating...Walter Trout is one ass-kicking blues guitarist, and on his latest release Blues for the Modern Days (Mascot Music) he continues to get sounds out of that Strat that most of us guitar players can only dream of. Great songs and stellar picking. Choice cuts include: “Recovery;” “Turn Off Your TV” (a song I wish I had written. Walter hits the nail squarely on the head.); “Saw My Mama Cryin’;””Pray for Rain.” So good. So good...Cincinatti’s Dallas Moore Band has a real smoker out called Hank to


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Thank (SOL Records), an amazing tribute to Hank Williams - the original Hank, that is - fea- turing none other than Jody Payne, famed Willie Nelson guitarist. The album was recorded at the historic Herzog Studio in Cincy, where Hank recorded so many of his great songs. The live in front of an audience performance was truly an historic event, and the set was hot. Included are Dallas Moore’s awesome tribute, “Hank to Thank,” along with covers of “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry,” and “Are You Sure Hank Done it This Way.” Good country music played by Ohio’s best Outlaw country band...I was turned on to the Neal Lucas Band when Greg Potter passed me a CD of Hold It Up High the last time I was in Macon. It took me a while to get to listen to it. I keep all the CDs I get in order in which they are received, and I always listen to every one, which is quite a time consuming affair. But man, once I dug in, this three-piece band won me over quick- ly. The originals are excellent, and their cover of Gregg Allman’s ‘Not My Cross to Bear,” with spe- cial guest Clay Fuller from Allgood, is red hot. Check ‘em out...Look for many more Quarternotes next issue. •


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