Walkin' Cane - Help Yourself MP3/Flac

Size: 113,4 MB
Time: 49:15
File: MP3 @ 320K/s
Released: 1997
Styles: Delta Blues, Blues Jazz
Label: Lazy-Eye Records
Art: Full

01. Bellyleak Boogie ( 3:23)
02. Leave The Past Behind ( 3:43)
03. Linin' Track (Tie-Shuffling Chant) ( 3:47)
04. Drinkin' Tanqueray ( 6:59)
05. Got My Mind Right, Boss ( 3:40)
06. Sweet Jelly Rollin' ( 3:54)
07. Mississippi Jim (Turn The Trick Blues) (11:11)
08. Forty-Below In Chicago ( 3:17)
09. Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out ( 5:07)
10. Sidesteppin' ( 4:08)

"Damn Fine Blues!" Original & classic delta blues featuring slide guitar and baritone vocals. A blues gumbo repertoire that blends in jazz, folk, soul & rock 'n' roll. Austin "Walkin' Cane" Charanghat is a blues singer, songwriter and slide guitarist that performs acoustic solo, duo & electric band sets. Walkin' Cane has travelled all over the country from New Orleans, Louisiana to Juneau, Alaska and has acquired various blues/instrumentalist awards over the years. Austin walked for ten years with a cane due to an arterial venous malformation at birth. While performing on Bourbon Street in New Orleans, a homeless man called out "Hey Walkin' Cane got some spare change for a brother?!" Charanghat took the jibe as his nickname. In 1996, after years of battling the inevitable, his left leg was amputated below the knee. A year after the surgery, he returned to the music scene stronger & without need of a cane.

Help Yourself (MC)
Help Yourself (BU)

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