To The River – (2017) mp3 Downloads

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Do It All Over Again
Separation - 2
History
Have Your Fun
Run To The River
Winin Boy Blues
The Good Lord Didn't Tell Me
House Of The Rising Sun
The Wretch
Let The Train Whistle Blow
Ain't No Livin' With The Blues
Nothin' Is What You Get
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Ten brand new originals and two covers including
Jelly Roll Morton’s ‘Winin’ Boy Blues’
and a complete reworking of ‘House Of The Rising Sun’

“… a fine folk blues sound. An easy album to recommend.
–              Norman Darwen      Blues In Britain
” … well written and performed … ever present wit …
a genre that is unusual sylistically – if not unique … Morgan Hogarth    R2
” ‘House of the Rising Sun’ brilliantly like Mungo Jerry
… believe me it works really well.                 Graeme Scott      Blues Matters
“The gospel tinged title track is nothing short of classic.
…  Blues fans shouldn’t let this one pass them by.”    John Roffey      MAVERICK
“John Cee Stannard’s one of those guys that always sounds like he’s having a ball,
and his fourth album is no exception”                    JP  Acoustic Magazine
” … Stannard is also a phenomenon
… with the pen and subtle humour.”                        Luc Meert          Rootstime
“… exceptional class … Enormously original …
… these British musicians breathe music.      Country Jukebox      Germany
” … authentic songs full of originality …
… injected by Country Delta blues and ragtime …          Keys And Chords     Holland
“…Superb album … infectious …  lifts the spirit
in an odd, peculiar and insanely gorgeous way.
… so in keeping with their impressive catalogue.      Ian D. Hall – Liverpool Sound and Echo
“All told, a cracker of an album.”                                 UK Music News
” … like the other albums … a stunner …”                         Rootsville
“… fun album … depth and character …
… really origial lyrics …”                                           Folking.com