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Upgrade Now. There was an issue displaying the shoutbox. Within two years, the James Montgomery band was among the hottest acts in Boston along with J. Geils and Aerosmith. Whether it's a song, a style, an idiom or an image, Duke Robillard will render it with mastery, power, nuance and an unerring grasp of its essence. The title track is a solid homage to Chuck Berry, while Grady Jackson's "Coffee Break" is the kind of atmospheric, sax-driven track that would have fit perfectly on any Aladdin blues-after-hours inch album.
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