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Music Review: 'A Fix Back East' from Tarbox Ramblers

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Music Review: 'A Fix Back East' from Tarbox Ramblers

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Music Review: 'A Fix Back East' from Tarbox Ramblers

Music Review: 'A Fix Back East' from Tarbox Ramblers

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The Boston band Tarbox Ramblers has roots in prewar gospel and blues. The group's latest album takes off from their first record, using the old songs as a jumping-off point for leader Michael Tarbox to write primal gut rock and roll. The CD is called A Fix Back East. Meredith Ochs has a review.

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