"Robinson’s dual-pronged approach to the song is more than just a clever way to provide differing musical perspectives, but is also representative of the guitarist’s underrated talents and immense artistic vision." —Rev. Keith A. Gordon, THAT DEVIL MUSIC
"At the heart of both versions is a damn fine song played by some of the best players Nashville as to offer." —Joe Wolfe-Mazeres, EAR 2 THE GROUND
Best known for his blues-rock albums, Nashville guitar slinger-songwriter Mark Robinson took his new single "Gone South" in *two* new directions: he decided it could be both the electric hard rocker he originally conceived and also a roots-Americana acoustic track. So he recorded both, calling on Music City's deep talent bench to pull off this roots-and-rock double header.
So, recalling classic vinyl 45s, "Gone South" has both A and B "sides" — but which version is which side is up to the listener.
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