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Holter, Darryl, West Bank Gone

In his second album, Darryl Holter returns to his North Country roots and takes us to the “West Bank” music scene in Minneapolis in the 60s. It was a time when a kid named Bobby Zimmerman was learning about folk music and, a few years later, a young Bonnie Raitt recorded her debut album. The album includes four covers, including an interesting version of Dylan’s “Girl from the North Country.” Great musicians are featured, including legendary Benmont Tench (TP and the Heartbreakers) on piano, pedal and lap steel master, Greg Leisz, and percussionist Nate Wood. "These songs and the vivid imagery within them bring it all back home for just a little bit.” - Joe Nick Patoski.

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