Bend in the Road Double LP Vinyl


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He’s Back & Better than Ever
“It is amazing. Jeremy has been missing from the record making scene since the ’70s, and then in 2006 he returns with a vengeance with a wonderful album recorded in Norway called Precious Little, and then in 2012 this wonderful album recorded in Michigan ably backed up by a blues band from Detroit. His youthful, earnest sounding tenor has lost nothing, his songwriting is great, and his economical but soulful slide playing is that of a master. If you were a fan of Jeremy in Fleetwood Mac, check these albums out. You will not be disappointed. The Elmore James influence is still evident, but Jeremy’s wonderful slide playing is polished to a bright shine.”
—An Amazon Review

Double LP (vinyl) Limited Edition of Jeremy Spencer’s 2012 release “Bend in the Road”

Disc 1 Side A:
  • Homesick
  • Cry for Me Baby
  • Whispering Fields
  • I Walked a Mile with Sorrow
  • Earthquake
Disc 1 Side B:
  • Aphrodite
  • Secret Sorrow
  • Jambo
  • The Sun Is Shining
Disc 2 Side A:
  • Stranger Blues
  • Strange Woman
  • Blind Lover
  • Desired Haven
Disc 2 Side B:
  • Come to Me
  • Merciful Sea
  • Refugees
  • Bend in the Road
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