Jim Allchin “You Might Be Wrong”

Jim Allchin’s “You Might Be Wrong” is a soulful effort that builds off of the blues-rock and jazz styling. A sizzling horn and charismatic set of vocals are coupled with immaculate guitars. Each of the elements contribute to make a full-sounding and bouncy track in You Might Be Wrong; Allchin’s output spans the last forty years of music. For fans of Randy Newman, Big Brother and the Holding Company and Canned Heat, Jim allchin’s You Might Be Wrong is a wonderful refresher of a genre that has sadly fallen out of fame the last few years.

Jim Allchin “You Might Be Wrong” / http://www.jimallchin.com

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