Peggy Malone – This Ol’ Guitar & Me

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Peggy Malone – This Ol’ Guitar & Me

After a mere quarter century, we have a new release in from Fruita, Colorado’s performing fireball Peggy Malone! And, we’re happy to announce, the years have not diminished her flame.
Peggy Malone - This Ol’ Guitar & Me
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Malone’s ol’ guitar…a 1957 Gibson Epiphone…bears performance wear marks of not quite the profundity found on Willie’s “Trigger,” but give her time! This new collection of mostly originals and some cowrites with Doug Figgs, LeeLee Robert and Les (one “s,” Peg) Buffham is a crowd-pleaser. Her expressive spoken/sung style of delivery makes her as much Storyteller as she is Singer.
Picks include “Women Of The West,” the saga song “Black Baldy,” the novelty “Do You Think They Yodel In Heaven,” her Figgs collaboration “Charlie Was His Name,” the biographical songs “Blanche” and “Tom Winn,” the Buffham team-up “Yodel Therapy” and her cover of the classic “Wayfaring Stranger.” BTW she is effectively accompanied on the release by Kurt Baumer (fiddle) and Al Albrethsen (harmonia), if we’re deciphering the microscopic print of the crediting correctly! Some of these really test the ol’ eyes!
Eleven tracks total, highly recommended.
CD info: (through pikinpeggy@aol.com or facebook.com/peggy.malone.7)
– by Rick Huff

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