Joe Higgs

Pressure Sounds * PSS020 * 2008

Let Us Do Something

Let Us Do Something

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The inspirational ‘Let Us Do Something’ is one of Joe’s most thought provoking, positive and insightful songs where ‘The Maestro’ ponders again on life’s contradictions over a beautiful rhythm graced by some excellent guitar work. A classic.

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A Masterpiece...

Marcia Higgs, Jan 28, 2008
The lyrical contents of this masterpiece has no boundaries and the solo at the very beginning generally fills me with goose bumps...
What is ther to say except that JOE HIGGS, himself, was a masterpiece!!!
If you don't have this one... your collection is in lack :)

A Masterpiece...

Marcia Higgs, Jan 28, 2008
The lyrical contents of this masterpiece has no boundaries and the solo at the very beginning generally fills me with goose bumps...
What is ther to say except that JOE HIGGS, himself, was a masterpiece!!!
If you don't have this one... your collection is in lack :)

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