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Down the Dirt Road: Songs of Charley Patton

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Compared with the songs on Telarc's Robert Johnson collection, many of Charley Patton's are little known. Still, you'd expect Down the Dirt Road to have made more out of the inspiring work of that extraordinary Mississippi blues singer and guitarist. Patton's lighter numbers come off well: Steve James lends a jolly vaudeville air to "Elder Greene Blues" and "Shake It and Break It", and Guy Davis inventively recasts "Some of These Days", with harmonica and banjo, as a jog-along western-film number. Of the weightier blues pieces Charlie Musselwhite's "Pea Vine Blues" and Snooky Pryor's "Pony Blues" are acceptable and Corey Harris's "Moon Going Down" an accurate replica. Joe Louis Walker's slide-accompanied "Sugar Mama" is excellent but belongs to some other project--neither the song nor the style has any relation to Patton's music. Half as much can be said for guitarist Kid Bangham's sleepy instrumental version of "Some Summer Day"--at least the song is Patton's--and for the final track, a medley of "Down the Dirt Road Blues" and "When Your Way Gets Dark" sung by Colleen Sexton like a lacklustre Eva Cassidy, and as unsatisfying a way to spend nine-and-a-half minutes as can readily be imagined. --Tony Russell

Down the Dirt Road: Songs of Charley Patton