Hoodoo Moon

Kenny Neal

Hoodoo Moon

Deep South blues (with a touch of R&B). One of the top young bluesmen in the world. "Raucous, sweaty barrelhouse blues...explosive guitar...one of the best of the new generation of blues"--CD REVIEW

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1. I'm A Blues Man 4:11
2. Don't Fix Our Love 4:09
3. Why Should I Stay? 3:49
4. Just One Step 4:32
5. The Real Thing 4:38
6. If Heartaches Were Nickels 5:10
7. Bad Memory 3:24
8. Hoodoo Moon 3:26
9. Believe In Yourself 3:28
10. Carrying The Torch 6:15
11. Money Don't Make The Man 3:23
12. It Hurts Me Too 4:40

Produced by Kenny Neal, Bob Greenlee & Bruce Iglauer
Recorded at King Snake Studios, Sanford, FL by Warren King and Rick Bailey
Mixed at Chicago Trax, Chicago, IL by Julian Herzfeld
Mastered at Monster Disc, Chicago, IL by Jay O'Rourke
Photos by Joseph Rosen
Lunar photo courtesy of NASA
Cover design by David Forte and Matt Minde


Lucky Peterson appears courtesy of Polygram Records and John Snyder Productions


Kenny Neal -- Guitar, Harmonica and Vocals
Lucky Peterson -- Keyboards
Noel Neal -- Bass
Ken Johnson -- Drums


The King Snake Horns:
Bruce Staelens, Trumpet
Bill Samuel, Tenor Sax
Bob Greenlee, baritone sax


Horns arranged by Bill Samuel

Dwight Champagne plays keyboards on If Heartaches Were Nickels