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Solo Blues Guitar: Jimbo Mathus Performs Lucinda Williams Car Wheels on a Gravel Road

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1
Right in Time
Solo Sounds; Jimbo Mathus
4:35
2
Car Wheels on a Gravel Road
Solo Sounds; Jimbo Mathus
3:48
3
2 Kool 2 Be 4-Gotten
Solo Sounds; Jimbo Mathus
3:27
4
Drunken Angel
Solo Sounds; Jimbo Mathus
4:21
5
Concrete and Barbed Wire
Solo Sounds; Jimbo Mathus
2:57
6
Lake Charles
Solo Sounds; Jimbo Mathus
3:34
7
Can't Let Go
Solo Sounds; Jimbo Mathus
3:37
8
I Lost It
Solo Sounds; Jimbo Mathus
2:02
9
Metal Firecracker
Solo Sounds; Jimbo Mathus
2:11
10
Greenville
Solo Sounds; Jimbo Mathus
2:57
11
Still I Long for Your Kiss
Solo Sounds; Jimbo Mathus
3:50
12
Joy
Solo Sounds; Jimbo Mathus
2:15
13
Jackson
Solo Sounds; Jimbo Mathus
2:16
Total Playing Time    41:50
Jimbo Mathus brings the pathos of Lucinda Williams' Car Wheels on a Gravel Road to the world of blues guitar with these beautifully conceived and emotional solo arrangements.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Solo Sounds Studio Masters

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