Blues, Rags and Hollers
by Ray & Glover/"Spider" John Koerner/Tony Glover Dave "Snaker" Ray/Koerner


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More About Blues, Rags and Hollers by Ray & Glover/"Spider" John Koerner/Tony Glover Dave "Snaker" Ray/Koerner

Track Listing

1 Linin' Track
2 Ramblin' Blues
3 It's All Right
4 Hangman
5 Ted Mack Rag
6 Down to Louisiana
7 Creepy John
8 Bugger Burns
9 Sun's Wail
10 Dust My Broom
11 One Kind Favor
12 Go Down Ol' Hannah
13 Good Time Charlie
14 Banjo Thing
15 Stop That Thing
16 Too Bad
17 Snaker's Here
18 Low Down Rounder
19 Jimmy Bell
20 Mumblin' Word

Genre: Blues
  • Label: Red House Records
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Audio Format: Stereo
  • Engineer: E.D. Nunn
Music Reviews

Editorial Reviews

Q (8/95, p.145) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...remains the most significant album of the early '60s American white blues boom....The instrumental interplay between Koerner and Ray's acoustic guitars and Glover's harmonica is never less than engrossing and often exhilarating..."

Down Beat (p.73) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "In concert segments and interviews, the three musicians reveal themselves to be free spirits hip to the zeitgeist of the time."

Down Beat (1/96, p.49) - 4.5 Stars - Good/Very Good - "...[Koerner and Ray] are gifted acoustic guitarists, creating an imposing lattice of embroidered scales and bends, and they bring personality and emotional honesty to their singing. Tony `Little Son' Glover informs his vocal and harmonica playing with a rare intelligence....fresh and vibrant music..."

Living Blues (5-6/99, p.103) - "...The depth of country blues knowledge, feeling, and expression displayed by these young white Northerners is startling, surpassing much of the work of today's acoustic revivalists..."

Sing Out! (8-10/95, p.139) - "...[Koerner, Ray & Glover] are remarkable in the instrumental and vocal skills they brought to a traditional music form that was not of their own culture, but which they had already made their own..."

Mojo (Publisher) (p.67) - "[They] injected punk-style vim and humour into covering heroes Leadbelly and Sleepy John Estes, while firing up their own spirited homages."

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