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John Fusco & X-Road Riders “Bone Deep”
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John Fusco & X-Road Riders “Bone Deep”

John Fusco & X-Road Riders “Bone Deep” Over three decades after an adolescent Fusco fled from his New England home to Louisiana and the Mississippi Delta — coming back with a semi-self-portraying screenplay called Crossroads (and a far-fetched revelation as a Hollywood screenwriter) — the essayist artist came back to his old southern favorite premises. He was back in the Delta to film his Netflix hit The Highwaymen, yet a progression of off the cuff jam meetings with Cody Dickinson, whose father Jim had been a music counselor on Crossroads, transformed into a collection of Fusco’s unique blues.

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John Fusco and the X-Road Riders, opened up the conduits of Fusco’s melodic imagination. Whenever he came back to North Mississippi to stick with Dickinson, he had ‘a handbag of 20 new melodies.’

For John the Revelator, Fusco has collected a cast of current blues stars: Dickinson (the North Mississippi Allstars), who created Fusco’s first, shows up behind the board again and furthermore contributes foundation vocals, drums, bass, guitars, dobro, piano, and electric washboard. Vocalist Risse Norman, who has visited and recorded with the North Mississippi Allstars and Samantha Fish, additionally returns. They are joined by new Fusco colleague Sarah Morrow, previous trombonist for Ray Charles and band pioneer for Dr. John.

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The huge name coordinated efforts additionally stretch out to the collection’s spread, which highlights fine art by Bobby Whitlock, most popular as a console player for Sam and Dave, Delaney and Bonnie, and Derek and the Dominoes, among others. Fusco likewise brings back his ‘northern section’ of the X-Road Riders from his Vermont home.

John the Revelator was recorded at Dickinson’s little Checkerboard Lounge home studio outside of Memphis in Southaven, Mississippi, and at the more open Meadowlark Studio in Burlington, Vermont, with George Walker Petit (Boz Skaggs, Michael McDonald) creating and including guitar and bass.

About “Bone Deep,” Fusco let us know:

This one was recorded on a boiling Mississippi day up in the upper room studio of Cody Dickinson (NMA). We had Cody bouncing from drums to guitar, me on B3, and Risse Norman bringing her gospel foundation on vocals. This was a return to our style on the introduction collection — free and hot and on the fly.

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The thought for the melody came out of responding to such huge numbers of inquiries from individuals regarding why — why now — every one of these years after the fact have I turned up at ground zero to the blues music foundation behind my first film ‘Junction’ (1986).

I had a wide range of answers like ‘I’m coming back to the intersection to bring a look not far off I didn’t reclaim when I was 18 or 19.

I in the end hit on the more straightforward and genuine answer: ‘the blues don’t release you.’ Bottomline: the blues don’t release you; you’ll generally return to it. So that was my snare for the tune. Fabricated it around that thought and tell my very own tad story in it.

‘At the point when I was 17 I got out on a southbound train; I got off in Clarksdale, in the heavy storm; sat outside a fish-fry shack… .’

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At the point when I composed the tune—music and verses all the while at my B3 — a great deal of stuff began to come out musically that reverberated that topic; I got myself ‘citing’, on the organ, a few riffs from probably the most profound blues effects on me. These are tribute riffs, regarding the lords — as smith Jimmy’s ‘Chicken Shack’ and Booker T’s ‘Green Onions’, and ‘The Sermon’ and some Bobby Blue Bland and other stuff of legend.

Imprint Lavoie truly welcomes it on the blues harp. He’s a shrouded treasure; was Sonny Terry’s own driver during the 1970’s and that is the means by which and where he learned. He, as well, identified with the topic as he’s a more seasoned feline now who despite everything lives for it all day every day.

Here’s John Fusco and the X-Road Riders’ “Bone Deep.”

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