Front Porch Blues
Blues Remedy is true American music. Part folk, part country, and part blues, it has a flavor all it's own. The lead guitar cuts through the mix like a knife, and the slide on the dobro keeps a down home feel. These are real people playing real music for real people. This is music that has a heart. About the songs: 1. Train ..... Have you ever been away from home, and just wanted to get back so bad that you wanted to jump on the first freight train that went by? 2. Oh Baby, You Don't Have To Go........ Tired of your current life? Just go..... 3. Almost Winter.......... The mournful cry of the wind on the dobro calls your name........ 4. Window ......... An instrumental look into the window of our souls. 5. It Hurt Me So Bad ....... It hurts so bad when people that you care about put you down. 6. June ......... June is a real life Canine Search and Rescue Hero. She and her dog Shadrack have been all over the world on hundreds of searches looking for lost people. She is also a retired grandmother. All you DOG LOVERS Out there need to hear this song, to see just what a good dog can mean if you ever get lost. 7. Moving On Down The Line ......... Cute little reminder for the guys not to step out on their women. 8. Little Red Rooster .......... The dobro introduces the song. The preacher does Willie Dixon's song right. When your little red rooster is gone, things just aren't the same!! 9. It Just Ain't Right ....... for you to take my heart and turn it upside down and throw the change out on the floor. 10. Navajo ........ A more serious song. This is a tribute to the Navajo people who died working the uranium mines. The flute is hand made by Native American Michael "Dream With The Woods" Wakerle. 11. Don't Let The Devil Ride ......... Tradition spiritual that tells you how it is. If you let the Devil ride, he will show you how to drive. 12. Spirit Song ..... This all instrumental song is a is a blend of modern blues and ancient Native American music that is sure to catch your attention. It breaks all the rules we learned back in music theory class, at least if anybody ever thought to write a rule about mixing a Native American flute with an electric guitar, bass, and drums. 13. Front Porch......... A love song. I just want to be with you darling.