C.C. Adcock

With events in Louisiana on folks' minds these days, the delightfully outrageous Cajun rock of C.C. Adcock might well provide some needed respite. Last year's Lafayette Marquis was only his third release in over a decade. Yet Adcock's time was well spent as the disc features some blistering guitar work and his over-the-top, wild man persona, the likes of which has not been seen since Little Richard. Adcock's long association with Bo Diddley shines through on the heavy grooves of "Y'all'd Think She'd Be Good 2 Me" and "Stealin' All Day." With Doyle Bramhall II adding still more guitar, this show will, for a moment at least, divert some thoughts from the weary to the wonderful.
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