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Down the Blues Lane - Alone

Ole Amund Gjersvik

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1
You Got Me Running
Ole Amund Gjersvik
3:52
2
Dusty
Ole Amund Gjersvik
3:55
3
Good Morning Mr. Railroad Man
Ole Amund Gjersvik
3:52
4
Down The Blues Lane
Ole Amund Gjersvik
4:22
5
Sunset Solitude
Ole Amund Gjersvik
2:49
6
Between Jobs - Just Doodlin'
Ole Amund Gjersvik
6:37
7
Show Me the Way to Go Home
Ole Amund Gjersvik
2:20
8
You Gotta Move
Ole Amund Gjersvik
2:24
Total Playing Time    30:11
Ole Amund Gjersvik both sings and plays all instruments himself on this breakout blues album. Since he lives far out in the country (Søreidgrend in Fana outside Bergen), it is not always that easy to find collaborators - so he began to learn to play instruments other than the double bass and bass guitar, his main instruments. On this record, he tackles guitar, harmonica, drums and more - it is an effort without guard-rails, blues recorded without click track or auto-tuning.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Acoustic Records Studio Masters

Track 7 – contains material which has been processed by a perceptual audio coding algorithm

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