By John Mitchell "The whole album is a delight but the two openers find Ronnie at the very top of his game. This is an album that should be added to the collection of all Ronnie Earl fans and deserves to bring his playing to a new audience. Ronnie on guitar, Dave Limina on keys, Lorne Entress on drums and Jim Mouradian on bass; sadly Jim passed away after the release of this album so this may be his last recording. As has been the case for several years now Diane Blue provides vocals here on five cuts, the rest being instrumentals and Nicholas Tabarias plays second guitar on some tracks. The title of the album references the late David Maxwell who played with The Broadcasters, as well as the one-time meeting place for blues musicians in Chicago.
History[ edit ] Wise County was established in , and Taylorsville in honor of Zachary Taylor was made the county seat. Absalom Bishop, an early settler and member of the Texas Legislature, opposed naming the town after a Whig Party member, and in arranged to have the name changed to Decatur, in honor of naval hero Stephen Decatur. In , a post office was opened, and the first school was established in In the early s, a courthouse was erected. Most of the rest came from the Upper South and a number sympathized with the Unionist side at the outset of the Civil War.
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