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    Default Very Good Blues Mandolin CD

    Recently purchased a CD titled, Down Home Blues. It features Noah Wall the female lead singer and fiddle player for Barefoot Movement a Progressive Grass Band.
    The Mandolin player on it is Tommy Norris the mandolin player for Barefoot Movement and a long time friend of Noah's.
    The CD features old Blues Standards and Spirituals such as St. James Infirmary, St. Louis Blues, Nobody Knows You, Parchman Farm, Nobody's Fault But Mine, Death Don't Have No Mercy, Trouble in Mind, Battle of Jericho, Down by the Riverside, etal.
    Besides Noah's vocal's being excellent, Tommy Norris does some outstanding mandolin work with great chops and some terrific leads filled with single notes and plenty of double stops. It's from 2016 and really deserves a listen.
    PS: Also some nice guitar and dobro work with excellent bass.
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