Walter Daniels & the Gospel Clodhoppers

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Walter Daniels & the Gospel Clodhoppers

"Harmonica" b/w "Take Your Foot Out of the Mud & Put It in the Sand" (Ghost Highway)

All-star local gathering led by harp cat Daniels as backed by Trey Robles, Jeff Pinkus, John Schooley, Ralph White, and Texacala Jones, with executive production by Ted Roddy and art by Davy Jones. The A-side's corrosive grind, set alight by Daniels and burnt to the ground by Schooley, gets duly doused on the B-side by Pinkus' banjo, White's fiddle, and Jones' chicken vox. **.5

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