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John's guitar and Phil's harmonica styles exemplify the Piedmont tradition at its best and shows the influence of other notable Southeastern musicians such as Blind Boy Fuller, the Reverend Gary Davis and Sonny Terry. Their music has its roots in the rural dance music and blues of Virginia and North Carolina and is familiar to many DC residents who also came form the rural countryside to the city. Despite their regional affinity, their broad repertoire includes a cross-section of American music ranging from ballads to gospel, ragtime to rhythm and blues, and includes songs associated with artists from other parts of the country, including Robert Johnson, Skip James and Merle Travis. --Dr. Barry Lee Pearson, from his liner notes
Cephas is even more wondrous here than on the Washingtonian's earlier album. Through voice and guitar he commandingly brings the songs of Blind Blake, Furry Lewis, and Blind Boy Fuller into the present. Wiggins turns in a winning, work- manly performance. Their music is sunshine flashing off wet mountain foliage at the break of dawn. -- amp;copy Frank John Hadley 1993"span" -- From Grove Press Guide to Blues on CD
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