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|WILSON T KING - Follow Your First Mind; WILSON T KING - Follow Your First Mind|
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WILSON T KING
Follow Your First Mind
19 Miles High 2010
Wilson T King has spent the last decade plying his trade in English indie bands but now he's now reached a point in his life where he has decided to return to his first love, the Blues. A wise move, son.
Of course by Blues, he means Jimi Hendrix, not Blind Willie Johnson, and it's a squealing electric Blues that comes blazing out of the speakers on the opening 'The Light Behind The Sun'. It's a raging Alvin Lee type solo that takes centre stage on 'Vigilante Man', and it's fuzzed up garage Blues on 'The Devil Waits For No Man (All That Matters Is How)', replete with another Hendrix inspired solo.
Best of all is the more straight up Blues of 'Albert' which shows that Mr King really does have what it takes to sing the Blues.
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