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Gasfire Rag

The Gutbuckets

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1
Bring Back the Bush
The Gutbuckets
3:34
2
Sadie Green
The Gutbuckets
3:17
3
It's Moving Day
The Gutbuckets
1:45
4
Weed Smoker's Dream
The Gutbuckets
2:59
5
Gasfire Rag
The Gutbuckets
2:19
6
Sister Kate
The Gutbuckets
1:59
7
Walkin' in the Kitchen
The Gutbuckets
3:50
8
Hipster Gal
The Gutbuckets
3:12
9
Rose Connolly
The Gutbuckets
3:05
10
You May Leave
The Gutbuckets
3:08
11
My Sweet Mary
The Gutbuckets
3:33
12
That's Our Blues
The Gutbuckets
4:42
Total Playing Time    37:23
Gasfire Rag is the second album from Italian blues duo the Gutbuckets, a group dedicated to discovering and rearranging traditional African-American music that emerged from New Orleans and the Mississippi Delta, particularly between the 1920s and the 1940s. The band is composed of vocalists and multi-instrumentalists Antonio Speciale and Mario Evangelista, joined by Valerio Mazzoni on trumpet and bassist Maurizio Costantini.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – The Gutbuckets Studio Masters

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