Red Dirt were a British heavy blues-rock band, whose sole eponymous album appeared and disappeared again in 1970.

Their selftitled only album mostly comprises of straightforward heavy blues-rock tracks,. The only variation to this format comes with the opening cut “Memories”, the melodic “Song For Pauline”, the country-influenced “Death Of A Dream” and the final cut “I’ve Been Down So Long”.

There are four bonus tracks on this edition of the album. The first two, “Mixed Blessing” and “Wilting Tree”, are long, slow, dark pieces, a long way from the blues, while “Three Fair Maidens” and “Back Alley Sally” are fiddle-driven country hoedowns.

Line-up:
- Ken Giles / bass
- Steve Howden / lead guitar, piano, lead vocals, bass
- Steve Jackson / drums
- Dave Richardson / steel guitar, piano, organ, harmonica, lead vocals

Track List:
01. Memories – 2:03
02. Death Letter – 3:10
03. Problems – 3:45
04. Song for Pauline – 3:33
05. Ten Seconds to Go – 2:31
06. In the Morning – 2:25
07. Maybe I’m Right – 2:37
08. Summer Madness Laced with Newbald Gold – 6:09
09. Death of a Dream – 5:25
10. Gimme A Shot – 3:29
11. Brain Worker – 3:11
12. I’ve Been Down So Long – 2:45
13. Mixed Blessing (Bonus) – 6:27
14. Wilting Tree (Bonus) – 6:35
15. Three Fair Maidens (Bonus) – 4:03
16. Back Alley Sally (Bonus) – 2:01

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