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LIFE & TIMES

Or: Paul Burch’s Jimmie Rodgers dream.

“Take me to Coney Island so the last thing in my eye/ Is you way up on the Wonder Wheel waving me goodbye.” … 2,181 more words

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Last Of My Kind: A Conversation With Paul Burch, Part Two

In Part One of our conversation with Paul Burch, we discussed his recently released tribute to Jimmie Rodgers, Meridian Rising, which is out now via… 2,576 more words

A Conversation With...

PAUL BURCH - Meridian Rising

PAUL BURCH
Meridian Rising
Label: Plowboy
Released: February 26, 2016

1 Meridian
2 Cadillacin’
3 US Rte 49
4 Baby Blue Yodel
5 Black Lady Blues… 59 more words

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Me And Jimmie Rodgers: A Conversation With Paul Burch, Part One

Over the last twenty years, Paul Burch has quietly made a name for himself. Though low-key, his discography is filled with many rare jewels; exquisite recordings–both his own and with others–steeped in the grand tradition of traditional country and American roots music. 2,136 more words

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Waco Brothers Get Historical

First Studio Release for a Decade

Out February 26 2016

Waco Brothers are a five-piece, mostly Chicago-based band fronted by Jon Langford (also Mekons, … 387 more words

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Meridian Rising (CD) By Paul Burch

Meridian Rising

Paul Burch

Plowboy Records 2016

Review by David Bowling

Paul Burch has been producing modern day roots music for several decades. He has now, for his tenth release, traveled in a very different and creative direction. 255 more words

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A Tip of the Hat to Jimmie Rodgers

Billed by Paul Burch as “an imagined autobiography” of legendary 1920s singer/songwriter Jimmie Rodgers, the marvelous Meridian Rising opens with a clarinet-spiced ode to the Singing Brakeman’s hometown of Meridian, Mississippi and ends an hour later with the infectious “Back to the Honky Tonks” and “Oh, Didn’t He Ramble,” a Dixieland instrumental. 167 more words

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