Music Reviews

Little Muddy

Mayan Mud

Shoeless

The photo in the CD insert gives a good visual interpretation of Little Muddy’s sound – a vast, barren landscape just waiting for a score. Their music will suit it just fine, but will leave some of us thirsting for a drop of rain.

Little Muddy makes interesting instrumental blues, but can’t get enough away from the clichés. Still, their playing is good and their intentions are better. For those of you who like this sort of thing more than I do…

Little Muddy: http://www.littlemuddy.com/


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