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