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- Released: September 25, 2006
- Label: Telarc
Dirty Linen - p.78
"His songs speak to possibilities, not lost opportunities. And that's a refreshing approach to the blues."
Living Blues - p.40
"A smart lyricist....Bibb manages to discuss specific contemporary politics while speaking in timeless, universal themes on 'Heading Home'."
- 1.Tall Cotton
- 2.Destiny Blues
- 3.Shine On
- 4.So Glad
- 5.Storybook Hero
- 6.Diamond Days
- 7.Dr. Shine
- 8.Heading Home
- 9.In My Father's House - (Live)
- 10.Forgiveness Is Gold
- 11.Buckets of Rain
- 12.Strill Livin' On
- 13.Worried Man Blues - (Bonus Track)
Personnel: Eric Bibb (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, baritone guitar); Paul Waller (guitar, banjo); Kahanga Dekula (guitar, bass guitar); Martin Simpson (acoustic guitar, slide guitar); Figge Bostr?m (acoustic guitar, electric bass, background vocals); Staffan Astner (electric guitar); Levi B. Saunders (nylon-string guitar, banjo); Christer Lyssarides (mandola); Jenny Bohman, Mats ?berg, Gary Compton (harmonica); Glen Scott (melodica, piano, organ, keyboards, drums, snare drum, tambourine, hand claps, percussion, wind chime, background vocals); Janne Petersson (Wurlitzer organ); Andreas Unge (upright bass); Bj?rn Gideonsson (drums); Janne Robertson (drum, percussion); Chris Fletcher (percussion); Paris Gilbert, Paris Gilbert, Kim McLeod (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Glen Scott.
Recording information: Natural Light Studios, England; Panda Sound, England; Rocky Mountain Studios, Canada; The "Gas"tation; West Wing Studios, England.
Photographers: Jane Coleman; Gary Johnston; Patricia de Gorostarzu.
The folk blues singer-songwriter Eric Bibb has been performing around the world for over three decades. This acoustic 2007 album demonstrates his eclectic approach with a variety of styles, including the African-flavored "Tall Cotton," the romantic, gospel-tinged "Story Book Hero," and a dexterous fingerpicking version of Bob Dylan's "Buckets of Rain."