The sun may never shine again in the Northeast, so you might as well focus on letting your soul shine. Bluesman Larry McCray, an old friend of Warren Haynes’, was the first one to record this. This goes out to my brother Woodie Wu and to the memory of Tim “Tragocaster” Lamb, my guitar mentor who was like a brother with Larry. I wish I could jam with either of those guys right now.
Warren Haynes on Big in China: “It’s hard to imagine a better American musical ambassador than Alan Paul. After spent crafting words, he found himself in a situation where words didn’t work anymore and was able to transcend them and make a deeper emotional connection with music. With the help of great local musicians, he bridged cultures with notes. It’s an amazing story.”
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