If the Blues Had Wings
Release Date: February 22, 2002
“If the Blues Had Wings” is the 2002 debut CD and combines funky New Orleans rhythms, exotic delta blues, gospel influenced blues and rock to create sultry, soulful blues music.This CD features 11 original songs, a Bob Dylan cover and a few short outakes of songs written by female blues legends Memphis Minnie, Victoria Spivey and Edith Johnson. The CD was produced by guitar player Jon Dichter and Callahan and recorded by Mike Comstock at Indre Studios in South Philadelphia. There was also some additional production/recording by Andy Kravitz of Brickhouse Productions and keyboard player Walter Runge. Musicians include band members Runge, piano, Robbertto Rickards, bass, Tom Walling, drums plus the talents of Billy Baltera and Allen James on guitars. Special guests include George Bonds (doing a duet with Callahan), Mike Brenner “Slo-Mo” on the dobro and Seth Holzman on harmonica.
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