Doug MacLeod on WGLT Blues

Doug MacLeod sits down with the WGLT Blues Next Weekly Podcast and shares fascinating insight into Fresh! From Reference Recordings release "Brand New Eyes."

From GLT Blues:
Doug MacLeod has been described as a modern day Mark Twain. Like Twain, MacLeod is a keen observer of people, is a gifted storyteller, and uses the English language in creative ways to communicate his observations. On this podcast, MacLeod talks about his new CD "Brand New Eyes," his first on the "Fresh!" label.

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WGLT stands for "We Gladly Learn and Teach," the motto of Illinois State University. Currently located in the Old Union Building on the ISU campus, WGLT has evolved from a student run station heard only in the dorms to a full service NPR affiliate. GLT broadcasts "News, Blues and All That Jazz" on 89.1 and 103.5 FM to a Central Illinois audience approaching 30,000 listeners a week.

Brand New Eyes
Doug Macleod

Make sure to check out eleven original songs by Doug MacLeod recorded at Pacifica Studios and mastered by Grammy® winner, Keith O. Johnson.

Track Listing: Brand New Eyes, Something Dark is Walking, The Train of Change, Midnight in Memphis, Zu-Zu Woman, One Eyed Owl, Somewhere South of Somewhere (instrumental), I Rolled a Nickel, The Nature of the Man. Some Old Blues Song (aka I Can Count on My Blues). Welcome In Your Home

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