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The new I Can't Change It is a bona fide gem

Steve Morse, Professor of Rock 'n Roll, Berklee

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NEW SINGLE - OUTLAW BLUES
One of Bob Dylan‘s early electric blues classics, featuring Mike Bloomfield on lead guitar, initially released in 1965 on his album Bringing It All Back Home. The Mystix’s interpretation, along with Dylan’s lyrics make the song as relevant today as it always was.
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NEW SINGLE - JUMPER ON THE LINE (FEAT. NORTH MISSISSIPPI ALLSTARS)
The Mystix are joined by the North Mississippi All-Stars in performing this R.L. Burnside song. Together the two bands create their own interpretation of this swampy classic, featuring Luther Dickinson on the slide and Cody Dickinson on electric washboard.
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NEW SINGLE - AIN'T GONNA CRY
Originally co-written and recorded by Timi Yuro, legendary Vegas Torch/R&B singer. Considered one of the pioneers of “blue-eyed soul.” After Marco presented the song to Jo, he insisted on recording the track. Jo tweaked the lyrics to fit the male perspective.
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BOTTLE OF WHISKEY (feat. Charlie McCoy)
Written by the great Frankie Miller (Scottish songwriter, singer extraordinaire). Jo has been a disciple of Frankie‘s since he opened for him in the early 70s. Jo says, “this song is like a hymn to me.” Featuring the legendary player Charlie McCoy (Roy Orbison, Cash, Elvis, Bob Dylan) on harmonica.
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Can’t Change It continues the band’s tradition of crafted originals and obscure traditional American roots music. The dynamic percussion beats, soulful ballads and a driving guitar throughout, give this new album an energy that represents a seismic shift in the band’s sound. This album is lean and mean.