Hard Pill to Swallow
In the 60s & 70s, he shared the stage with the greatest names in the blues: Muddy, Wolf, and Jimmy Rogers among them. Today Bill Lupkin continues to pay tribute to the masters with his own distinct voice on the follow-up to the 2006 critically-acclaimed release, Where I Come From. Lupkin's new effort, Hard Pill to Swallow, is the proper prescription for all blues fans suffering from blues scene lethargy. The all-original, 14- track, no-filler harmonica blues, derived directly from the source, simmered and steeped for more than forty years, is good for all that ails you and is guaranteed to make you feel all right, all night. And baby, tomorrow you may just have to have a little more. Featuring Nick Moss on guitar, Gerry Hundt on guitar and mandolin, Steve Lupkin on bass, Tim Wire on keys and Mark Fornek on drums. Produced by Nick Moss.
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