Cold Hand In Mine

by S.E.Willis

Released 2003
Mr.Suchensuch
Released 2003
Mr.Suchensuch
"If Bill Monroe and Howlin' Wolf had ever played together it wouldn't sound like this, but that's got the idea, that's the aim."
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A musical slice of Americana that takes a listener from the hills of West Virginia to the bayous of Louisiana, the banks of the Ohio to the Mississippi Delta. S.E.Willis' third and finest release ranges from the title track's neo-Rockabilly to Jimmie Rodgers style Blue Country (When and If), Swing (Chasin' a Train), Swamp-pop (That's My Dream), Blues (I'm Tired) and funky Zydeco (Think Twice, I'm Coming Home), with plenty of side trips between. Harmonica ace Norton Buffalo adds his talents to the unique "Poison Love." Mandolin hero Tom Rozum (Laurie Lewis and Grant Street) provides a bluegrass edge, and Johnny "V" Vernazza plays perhaps the best guitar of his career.
S.E.Willis provides stellar vocal, piano, accordion, and harmonica work, while taking his strong songwriting skills into new and genre-bending territory.