Doing Wrong Woman

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  • This slow blues composition by Watson begins with some promising solo guitar, but it never quite delivers. Instead of making his instrument sing - as he did in the 1950s - he opts for some weird voice distortion. The lyrics also allude to an earlier run-of-the-mill Watson song, "Three Hours Past Midnight". >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England
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