Bill Lyerly Band – Railroad Station Blues (1998)

Artist:Bill Lyerly Band
title:Railroad Station Blues
Year Of Release:1998
Label:Riviere International
Genre:Blues, Modern Electric Blues
Quality:Mp3 320 / APE (image, .cue, log)
Total Time:50:54
Total Size:125/337 Mb (covers)

Bill Lyerly Band – Railroad Station Blues (1998)
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01. You Never Know
02. Too Hurt To Cry / An Eye For An Eye
03. Case of Jones
04. Something’s Eatin’ Me
05. See Past Your Eyes
06. Hangmen
07. Nothin’ To Show
08. There Must Be An Angel
09. Virtual Reality Time
10. Railroad Station Blues / I Can’t Understand
11. Down Along The Cove
Bill Lyerly’s playing on Railroad Station Blues recalls electric bluesmen like Muddy Waters and Freddie King, as well as blues-based rockers like Clapton and Hendrix, but he is most beholden to the powerful attack of Stevie Ray Vaughan. Highlights include “Hangman,” a duet with Steve Earle. [Railroad Station Blues was originally released on Lyerly’s own Broadcast label under the title Case of Jones; when Riviere International picked it up for distribution, it was retitled and several new tracks were added to the original program.]
A native of North Carolina, blues guitarist Bill Lyerly honed his chops on the local scene for 20-odd years before finally breaking out in 1998 with the nationally distributed Railroad Station Blues. The remainder of his Bill Lyerly Band features bassist Stan Jones and drummer Dexter Horton. His sophomore effort, Cobalt Blues, was issued in 1999 and Motel Room Blues followed a year later.
Bill Lyerly Band – Railroad Station Blues (1998)

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