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ARTIST: North Mississippi Allstars
TITLE: Hernando
LABEL: Songs Of The South
BITRATE: 170kbps avg
PLAYTIME: 0h 40m total
RELEASE DATE: 2008-01-22
RIP DATE: 2008-01-22

Track List
1. Shake 3:01
2. Keep The Devil Down 3:50
3. Soldier 5:59
4. Eaglebird 2:17
5. I'd Love To Be A Hippy 4:54
6. Mizzip 2:47
7. Blow Out 1:34
8. Come Go With Me 3:35
9. Rooster's Blues 3:23
10. Take Yo Time, Rodney 3:53
11. Long Way From Home 5:13

Release Notes:

The North Mississippi Allstars have stripped things down a bit for Hernando,
their fifth studio album and the first for the group's recently launched label
Songs of the South, merging their usual Southern folk blues sound with elements
of metal and even a touch of swing, all of it done with the lean efficiency of a
maturing power trio. Led by Luther Dickinson's soaring slide guitar work and
anchored by a thundering rhythm section of brother Cody Dickinson on drums and
Chris Chew on bass, NMA on Hernando are no less than an obvious continuation of
the late-'60s blues-rock tradition of Cream and the Jimi Hendrix Experience,
with a little bit of AC/DC strut thrown in, and while the result isn't perhaps
their best album, it isn't far off the mark, either. Recorded and produced by
the legendary Jim Dickinson (father of Luther and Cody) at his Zebra Ranch
Studio in Coldwater, MS, just a stone's throw up Highway 51 from the band's
hometown of Hernando (hence the title), the sound is crisp and thundering, but
still retains the ragged looseness that is a NMA trademark and is also one of
its biggest strengths. This is blues-rock done Mississippi style, and if NMA
swaps out a little of its hometown R.L. Burnside/Otha Turner leanings for the
Led Zeppelin side of the equation, it isn't a drastic shift, and songs like
"Keep the Devil Down" and "Eaglebird" (which features Cody Dickinson on electric
washboard of all things and carries a co-writing credit for Kid Rock's bass
player Aaron Julison) would fit seamlessly into any of NMA's live sets from the
past ten years. Other highlights include the energetic skip-a-long "Mizzip,"
"Come Go with Me" (with a guest vocal from James Mathus), and a startling
version of Champion Jack Dupree's "I'd Love to Be a Hippie" (sung by bassist
Chew and featuring piano from East Memphis Slim) that is easily the most
striking track on Hernando. Cut after cut veers off in interesting ways, and
Luther Dickinson's guitar leads are always dangerously reckless and thrilling,
echoing early Hendrix at times. The only thing missing on Hernando is that North
Mississippi fife and drum tradition that NMA have so wonderfully updated for the
rock era on past albums. It's understandable that the band might want to move on
from that approach a little (and truthfully, it stills hovers here intangibly in
the background), but they have always done it so well that Hernando seems
strangely incomplete and unfinished without it.


Moving into much rootsier territory than their former punk band DDT, brothers
Luther (guitar, mandolin, vocals) and Cody Dickinson (drums, sampling) formed
the North Mississippi Allstars in 1996 with bassist Chris Chew. The sons of
longtime Memphis production staple Jim Dickinson were born in Fayette County,
TN, and their family later moved to northern Mississippi, where the boys soaked
up the country-blues sound of the region from artists like Mississippi Fred
McDowell and R.L. Burnside. That became the chief inspiration for the Allstars,
but the group also mixes in a rock edge, an alternative aesthetic (comparable to
outfits like the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion or G. Love and Special Sauce), and
a trad-rock jam-band sensibility (think Phish, Widespread Panic, or even
Medeski, Martin & Wood). After touring as an opening act for a variety of
artists, thus honing their chops as a unit, the North Mississippi Allstars
issued their debut album, Shake Hands with Shorty, in the spring of 2000. 51
Phantom followed the next year. Later in 2001, the North MIssissippi Allstars
teamed with John Medeski and Pedal Steel player Robert Randolph to form the
Word, an instrumental Gospel-Blues band, for an album and tour. They then
regrouped, adding Duwayne Burnside (son of R.L.) and releasing Polaris in 2003.
The concert album Hill Country Revue: Live at Bonnaroo followed in late 2004.

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