The Naveblues

Hailing from Norway, The Naveblues incorporates elements of rock, funk, and the blues into a sound that’s inspired by the past, but focused on the future.

“Sitting On Top Of The World” is a cover of a 1930 folk tune by Walter Vinson and Lonnie Chatmon.

The jam starts off with a howling harmonica and is then followed by a rambling piano and deep growling vocals.

Listen and dig.

“now she’s gone but I can’t worry”

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Charles Johnson

Independent journalist from Far West Texas.