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The self‐produced Out Of The Blues finds national treasure Boz Scaggs applying his iconic voice and gritty guitar skills to a set of vintage classics as well as four originals.

For the occasion, the legendary singer/songwriter/guitarist assembled a starstudded studio band including such prestigious players as guitarists Doyle Bramhall II, Ray Parker Jr. and Charlie Sexton, bassist Willie Weeks, drummer Jim Keltner and keyboardist Jim Cox, as well as longtime friend Jack Walroth on guitar, harmonica and percussion.

“The idea of this album was to explore that Southwest aspect of music that I loved, as well as some Chicago‐style things. The blues takes a lot of forms, so I used a lot of different periods of my blues learning, and the way that the blues expanded into R&B.” – Boz Scaggs


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