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Agreed. They were Pantera before Pantera was Pantera.
I discovered Little Freddie King watching the 2015 documentary film "I am the blues". King began playing in the mid 1950s at the age of 14 in Blues Juke Joints w/ such luminary names like Babe Stovall, Slim Harpo & Champion Jack Dupree. He's now 78 years young & still going strong. What I like about his music is that nothing is polished or studio engineered. The production of his music his the same as when he's playing live.
Beyerdynamic DT880/ 600 ohm > JDS Labs Objective 2 > Teac PD-H600
Daniel Caesar- CASE STUDY 01
The Swamp Fox Himself...you go Tony Joe
16/44 Flac > KTE Holo Spring L3 > GOTL > ZMF Atticus
"Curse Your Little Heart" is the best of a group of great albums by this great band. I first saw them when they opened for David Byrne about seven years ago. I saw them recently at a local club. They have a multi-instrumental sound. Really good musicians. Think Gypsy Jazz transformed into indie rock. Unique...
...and speaking of David Byrne. My favorite album of all time bar none. A masterpiece!