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CD: Low ‘N Lonesome

Thursday, August 29th, 2013

Low ‘n Lonesome

Review by Greg Haymes

Low ‘N Lonesome
(no label listed)

Two guys and their guitars. No extraneous instrumentation. No special guests. No fancy production tricks.

What you hear on their debut disc is pretty much exactly what you get when you catch Low ‘N Lonesome doin’ their thing live.

Singer-guitarists Phil Drum and Rob Adkins – who make up the Saratoga Springs-based duo – are also co-founders of the Saratoga Acoustic Blues Society, which should tell you pretty much what this debut album is all about – keeping alive the old blues traditions and nudging ’em forward here and there ever so slightly. And they do a fine job…


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