Mississippi is a folk-gospel blues song by British songwriter, Kev Gray, influenced by his love of old gospel music.
It was originally an impromptu recording with scratch lyrics until the producer prompted the rest of the band for input.
Saxophonist Arnie Baruch took only three takes to come up with the tenor solo with the instructions of sounding like the river itself: old, timeless, unstoppable.
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