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Sunday, 15 December 2013


Chuck Murphy is a difficult artist to pigeon-hole, that in itself is not such a bad thing, but sometimes you need to be able to place an artist in a particular musical category in order to manage research. Murphy had a go at a number of different musical styles, Hillbilly, Dixieland Jazz, and (for want of a better term) Pop. Here he turns in a passable blues offering, there is nothing else in his recorded repertorie that comes remotely close to this ditty by Murphy.

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