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Always a sucker for a bit of Yakety Sax (or yakety axe), I Got Em Too is a favoured romp.However, other pieces appear little more than excuse for playful song titles as evidenced by Cozy With Rosy and Zing Zong Song, which initially borrows from theme, before sliding into Los Straitjackets territory. None of which diminishes the obvious skill and artistry Breit possesses, nor the encompassing appeal of this recording. Earl has worked with his band The Broadcasters for almost 30 years. This album is dedicated to the memory of long-time Broadcaster bass player Jim Mouradian.These newly remastered recordings chosen from three long out of print albums dating from 1992 to 1998 represent one of the most creative periods of his illustrious career.

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A cover of Reverend Gary Davis Death Dont Have No Mercy goes deeper than deep in true Davis Piedmont tradition. You Should Have Known, a digital-only single from legendary Canadian western singer-songwriter Ian Tyson, unapologetically celebrates the hard living, hard drinking, hard loving cowboy life.

You better believe Earl and the Broadcasters are digging deep on this recording. Written by Nashville's Pat Mc Laughlin and featuring veteran session-man Charlie Mc Coy, the song yodels, slides and two-steps through the country music foothills, peaking with the raw emotions of a lifestyle that's increasingly rare.

One Mo Bo, a Bo Diddley homage, doesnt progress beyond its implicit limitations, and The Goldtooth Shuffle isnt much more than a groove, albeit a fine one, extended to three minutes. As Jim would say when he first met someone: Im the luckiest man you know and I dont even know who you know.

Hear the lead track "Ain't That Loving You" now: Great playing, good taste and a deep faith stacked high in the blues spills out generously on Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters intimate new album The Luckiest Man.

features a trio of legendary Texas guitarslingers Jimmie Vaughan, Z. Tops Billy F Gibbons and Charlie Sexton as well as a host of other Lone Star State all-stars.

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