"Deep East Texas Blues" features two top-flight, little-known Texans. Colter, it seems, preferred being heard in a juke joint, while Robinson would rather have his amp set up on his front porch. That does not mean that "Deep East Texas Blues" is badly recorded, on the contrary, it is very well done. Most importantly, the fun never breaks down. The guitars, drums and harmonicas all contribute to a satisfyingly gritty feeling, while the saxophone of Mark "Kaz" Kazanoff is somewhat sophisticated. The guitar interplay (within the album, as a whole) of Frank Robinson and Curtis Colter has a great dose of Texas soul that provides the base of the recording. East Texas is special ... with rich, tradition-soaked black music.
The Players ...
Frank Robinson - Guitar & Vocals
Curtis Colter - Guitar & Vocals
Tary Owens - Bass
Mike Buck - Drums
Mel Davis* - Harmonica
Mark "Kaz" Kazanoff* - Saxophone
Slim Richey* - Guitar
Powell St. John* - Harmonica
Art Langston* - Bass
Ernie Durawa*- Drums
* Guest Artist
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