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Prayer for Peace

North Mississippi Allstars

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The North Mississippi Allstars celebrate their 20th anniversary (21st, actually) by going all the way back to their roots. Prayer for Peace is a set comprised mostly of blues and folk covers played by Luther & Cody Dickinson assisted by a cast of friends and longstanding collaborators. While five tracks were tracked at Grand Royal Studios in Memphis with co-producer Boo Mitchell, the remainder of the 11 tunes were cut all over the country with a host of guest musicians. The title track is an original deep blues tune with a slippery, funky backbeat. Longtime collaborator Sharde Thomas (granddaughter of blues pioneer Otha Turner and the leader of the Rising Star Fife & Drum Ensemble) adds a duet harmony vocal and her fife to Luther's shouting guitar, Cody's funky snare, and guest Oteil Burbridge's bumping bassline. The Allstars pay righteous homage to heroes here, too. The riotous take on R.L. Burnside's "Long Haired Doney" is one of three associated with the Delta bluesman -- who personally mentored the Dickinsons. The other two are the house rockin' "Miss Maybelle," and the moaning, crash-and-burn take on "Bird Without a Feather." Fred McDowell's "You Got to Move" (that features Hill Country guitar ace Kenny Brown) offers an update to the Rolling Stones' read with its tight, funky snare, dirty-ass slide, and the entwined voices of Luther and bassist Danielle Nicole. "61 Highway" is even more unhinged, with roiling distortion and clattering drum kit -- it juxtaposes the deep Delta juke joint blues against the showier Chicago style read through McDowell's own steely bird's-eye view. The Dickinsons deliver a wonderful take on the American traditional folk-country-blues "Deep Ellum." The tune pays homage to the historic black Dallas neighborhood that gave the world Blind Lemon Jefferson, Blind Willie Johnson, and Lead Belly. It was first recorded in the early 20th century by the Cofer Brothers (as Georgia Black Bottom) and later covered by everyone from the Shelton Brothers in the '30s to Jerry Lee Lewis in the '50s and the Grateful Dead in the '80s. It's done here as a party boogie with Dominic Davis on bass and Sharise Norman adding glorious harmony vocals. The set-closer is a sweet, tender cover of the country gospel standard "Bid You Goodnight." The song dates back to the 19th century, but its two most famous versions are Joseph Spence & the Pindar Family's from the '50s, and the Dead's in the late '60s.This take retains the sweet country feel with Luther's slide playing the role of another singing voice. The North Mississippi Allstars have given us one of their finest recordings simply by being true to themselves. This music is eternal, and their obvious reverence for it is shown in how easily they just let it come through. No matter where it was recorded or who plays on it, the feel is the same: Open, willing, and wooly. ~ Thom Jurek

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Prayer for Peace 00:03:40

North Mississippi Allstars, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Cody Dickinson, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist - Luther Dickinson, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist - Oteil Burbridge, Bass, Composer, Lyricist - Shardé Thomas, Associated Performer - The Dickinson Brothers, Producer - Kevin Houston, Editor - Chris Bell, Mixing Engineer - Gavin Lurssen, Mastering Engineer - Andy Taub, Recording Engineer

(P) 2017 Songs of the South Records LLC.

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Need to Be Free 00:04:28

North Mississippi Allstars, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Luther Dickinson, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist - Cody Dickinson, Associated Performer - JR Kimbrough, Composer, Lyricist - The Dickinson Brothers, Producer - Kevin Houston, Editor - Chris Bell, Mixing Engineer - Gavin Lurssen, Mastering Engineer - Ben Lorio, Recording Engineer

(P) 2017 Songs of the South Records LLC.

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Miss Maybelle 00:02:40

North Mississippi Allstars, Associated Performer, Main Artist - RL Burnside, Composer, Lyricist - Luther Dickinson, Associated Performer - Cody Dickinson, Associated Performer - The Dickinson Brothers, Producer - Kevin Houston, Editor - Chris Bell, Mixing Engineer - Gavin Lurssen, Mastering Engineer - Boo Mitchell, Co-Producer

(P) 2017 Songs of the South Records LLC.

4
Run Red Rooster 00:02:21

North Mississippi Allstars, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Luther Dickinson, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist - Cody Dickinson, Associated Performer - RL Burnside, Composer, Lyricist - The Dickinson Brothers, Producer - Kevin Houston, Editor - Chris Bell, Mixing Engineer - Gavin Lurssen, Mastering Engineer - Boo Mitchell, Co-Producer

(P) 2017 Songs of the South Records LLC.

5
Stealin 00:02:55

North Mississippi Allstars, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Will Shade, Composer, Lyricist - Luther Dickinson, Associated Performer - Cody Dickinson, Associated Performer - Dominic Davis, Associated Performer - The Dickinson Brothers, Producer - Kevin Houston, Editor, Recording Engineer - Chris Bell, Mixing Engineer - Gavin Lurssen, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2017 Songs of the South Records LLC.

6
Deep Ellum 00:04:19

North Mississippi Allstars, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Traditional, Composer, Lyricist - Luther Dickinson, Associated Performer - Cody Dickinson, Associated Performer - Dominic Davis, Associated Performer - Sharisse Norman - The Dickinson Brothers, Producer - Kevin Houston, Editor - Chris Bell, Mixing Engineer - Gavin Lurssen, Mastering Engineer - Jason McEntire, Recording Engineer

(P) 2017 Songs of the South Records LLC.

7
Bird Without a Feather 00:04:34

North Mississippi Allstars, Associated Performer, Main Artist - RL Burnside, Composer, Lyricist - Luther Dickinson, Associated Performer - Cody Dickinson, Associated Performer - The Dickinson Brothers, Producer - Kevin Houston, Editor - Chris Bell, Mixing Engineer - Gavin Lurssen, Mastering Engineer - Ben Lorio, Recording Engineer

(P) 2017 Songs of the South Records LLC.

8
You Got to Move 00:02:03

North Mississippi Allstars, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Fred McDowell, Composer, Lyricist - Luther Dickinson, Associated Performer - Cody Dickinson, Associated Performer - Danielle Nicole, Bass - Kenny Brown, Associated Performer - The Dickinson Brothers, Producer - Kevin Houston, Editor - Chris Bell, Mixing Engineer - Gavin Lurssen, Mastering Engineer - Boo Mitchell, Co-Producer

(P) 2017 Songs of the South Records LLC.

9
61 Highway 00:03:06

North Mississippi Allstars, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Fred McDowell, Composer, Lyricist - Luther Dickinson, Associated Performer - Cody Dickinson, Associated Performer - The Dickinson Brothers, Producer - Kevin Houston, Editor - Chris Bell, Mixing Engineer - Gavin Lurssen, Mastering Engineer - Boo Mitchell, Co-Producer

(P) 2017 Songs of the South Records LLC.

10
Long Haired Doney 00:04:40

North Mississippi Allstars, Associated Performer, Main Artist - RL Burnside, Composer, Lyricist - Luther Dickinson, Associated Performer - Cody Dickinson, Associated Performer - The Dickinson Brothers, Producer - Kevin Houston, Editor - Chris Bell, Mixing Engineer - Gavin Lurssen, Mastering Engineer - Boo Mitchell, Co-Producer

(P) 2017 Songs of the South Records LLC.

11
Bid You Goodnight 00:05:03

North Mississippi Allstars, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Traditional, Composer, Lyricist - Luther Dickinson, Associated Performer - Cody Dickinson, Associated Performer - Oteil Burbridge, Bass - Grahame Lesh - The Dickinson Brothers, Producer - Kevin Houston, Editor - Chris Bell, Mixing Engineer - Gavin Lurssen, Mastering Engineer - Andy Taub, Recording Engineer

(P) 2017 Songs of the South Records LLC.

12
P4P2017 00:02:52

North Mississippi Allstars, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Cody Dickinson, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist - Luther Dickinson, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist - The Dickinson Brothers, Producer - Kevin Houston, Editor - Chris Bell, Mixing Engineer - Oteil Burbridge, Composer, Lyricist - Gavin Lurssen, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2017 Songs of the South Records LLC.

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The North Mississippi Allstars celebrate their 20th anniversary (21st, actually) by going all the way back to their roots. Prayer for Peace is a set comprised mostly of blues and folk covers played by Luther & Cody Dickinson assisted by a cast of friends and longstanding collaborators. While five tracks were tracked at Grand Royal Studios in Memphis with co-producer Boo Mitchell, the remainder of the 11 tunes were cut all over the country with a host of guest musicians. The title track is an original deep blues tune with a slippery, funky backbeat. Longtime collaborator Sharde Thomas (granddaughter of blues pioneer Otha Turner and the leader of the Rising Star Fife & Drum Ensemble) adds a duet harmony vocal and her fife to Luther's shouting guitar, Cody's funky snare, and guest Oteil Burbridge's bumping bassline. The Allstars pay righteous homage to heroes here, too. The riotous take on R.L. Burnside's "Long Haired Doney" is one of three associated with the Delta bluesman -- who personally mentored the Dickinsons. The other two are the house rockin' "Miss Maybelle," and the moaning, crash-and-burn take on "Bird Without a Feather." Fred McDowell's "You Got to Move" (that features Hill Country guitar ace Kenny Brown) offers an update to the Rolling Stones' read with its tight, funky snare, dirty-ass slide, and the entwined voices of Luther and bassist Danielle Nicole. "61 Highway" is even more unhinged, with roiling distortion and clattering drum kit -- it juxtaposes the deep Delta juke joint blues against the showier Chicago style read through McDowell's own steely bird's-eye view. The Dickinsons deliver a wonderful take on the American traditional folk-country-blues "Deep Ellum." The tune pays homage to the historic black Dallas neighborhood that gave the world Blind Lemon Jefferson, Blind Willie Johnson, and Lead Belly. It was first recorded in the early 20th century by the Cofer Brothers (as Georgia Black Bottom) and later covered by everyone from the Shelton Brothers in the '30s to Jerry Lee Lewis in the '50s and the Grateful Dead in the '80s. It's done here as a party boogie with Dominic Davis on bass and Sharise Norman adding glorious harmony vocals. The set-closer is a sweet, tender cover of the country gospel standard "Bid You Goodnight." The song dates back to the 19th century, but its two most famous versions are Joseph Spence & the Pindar Family's from the '50s, and the Dead's in the late '60s.This take retains the sweet country feel with Luther's slide playing the role of another singing voice. The North Mississippi Allstars have given us one of their finest recordings simply by being true to themselves. This music is eternal, and their obvious reverence for it is shown in how easily they just let it come through. No matter where it was recorded or who plays on it, the feel is the same: Open, willing, and wooly. ~ Thom Jurek

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