The Chicago guitarist's "Left Turn On Blue" takes him right to the intersection of blues and jazz; specifically, Specter crosses the line between modern blues and the intage jazz of the 40s, 50s, and 60s, returning to a musical philosophy in which the two idioms stood across from each other on a quite narrow street.
1. Get Back Home
2. Stop! Hold That
3. Killer Jack
4. Till The End Of Time
5. Party Girl
6. Juice Head Baby
7. Left Turn On Blue
8. Unleavened Soul
10. What's The Matter?
12. Roll Baby Roll
13. When Will The Blues Leave
Also featuring Dave Specter:
Bluebird Blues with Barkin' Bill Smith
Blueplicity with Tad Robinson
Live in Europe with Tad Robinson
Blues Spoken Here with Lenny Lynn
Speculatin' his instrumental album.
Is What It Is with Steve Freund.
Live in Chicago with guests on CD & DVD.
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