Prison Yard Blues – A traditional electric blues and harmonica ode to life behind bars and one man’s need to climb over the wall.
Brass City Blues - A classic boogie on steroids. A gritty tale of a down and out soul in a down and out city.
Based on real life events, The Blizzard of ’73 recounts the tale of a freak snowstorm that hit the southeast United States stranding thousands of winter vacation travelers. A little bit country, a little bit bluegrass and a whole lotta foot tappin' western swing.
Take a trip back in time to the Mississippi Delta for a front porch rendition of Bourbon Man. An acoustic slide guitar blues tale of a man wronged by his woman.
Baby Come on Home - Led Zeppelin’s obscure, never before covered, slow blues classic done in the style of Etta James.
Walk Me Home Tonight - A slow electric blues reminiscent of early ‘70’s southern blues bands.
Chasin’ the Devil Blues – What do you get when you marry up a barroom piano, a twangy Stratocaster and the Devil? An evil Texas shuffle.
Bourbon Man – Alternate Take – A Black Crowes inspired rendition featuring dueling guitar leads and a bit of Jimmy Rogers', “Sloppy Drunk” .
I’d Rather Go Blind – The timeless soulful standard with complimenting powerhouse vocals and guitar leads.
Grandma’s Hands – An R&B duet of Bill Withers' most personal song from his 1971 debut album.
A rambling acoustic number, The Ballad of the Leatherman French examines what it's like for anyone who travels through life feeling lost and that the cards are stacked against them.
An improvised guitar instrumental, The Ballad of the Leatherman French – Outtake could serve as the soundtrack to a legendary 19th century vagabond’s journey across the northeast countryside.
Song for the Life - A blues country fusion cover from the 1978 debut album of the godfather of Americana, Rodney Crowell
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