The White Blinds bring you their latest installment in F-Spot Records Homage 45 Series. A group of musicians who can surely take things up a notch, Michael Duffy, Matt Hornbeck, and Carey Frank don't disappoint. Side-A features the burning classic Brown Bag by Ivan Boogaloo Joe Jones, with a subtle twist to the arrangement in true White Blinds fashion. Side-B features the all original tune Muddy Water which could have easily been written in the golden years of 60's soul jazz. A nice mid tempo feel that's a favorite around here. This tune really stands out and highlights the songwriting craft of Duffy, Hornbeck, Frank, and instrumental Organ Trio music.
The White Blinds bring you their latest installment in F-Spot Records Homage 45 Series. A group of musicians who can surely take things up a notch, Michael Duffy, Matt Hornbeck, and Carey Frank don't disappoint. Side-A features the burning classic Brown Bag by Ivan Boogaloo Joe Jones, with a subtle twist to the arrangement in true White Blinds fashion. Side-B features the all original tune Muddy Water which could have easily been written in the golden years of 60's soul jazz. A nice mid tempo feel that's a favorite around here. This tune really stands out and highlights the songwriting craft of Duffy, Hornbeck, Frank, and instrumental Organ Trio music.
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Brown Bag / Muddy Water
Artist: White Blinds
Format: Vinyl
New: Available to Order 12.99
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DISC: 1

1. Brown Bag
2. Muddy Water

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The White Blinds bring you their latest installment in F-Spot Records Homage 45 Series. A group of musicians who can surely take things up a notch, Michael Duffy, Matt Hornbeck, and Carey Frank don't disappoint. Side-A features the burning classic Brown Bag by Ivan Boogaloo Joe Jones, with a subtle twist to the arrangement in true White Blinds fashion. Side-B features the all original tune Muddy Water which could have easily been written in the golden years of 60's soul jazz. A nice mid tempo feel that's a favorite around here. This tune really stands out and highlights the songwriting craft of Duffy, Hornbeck, Frank, and instrumental Organ Trio music.