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Haunted House: Loren Connors, Andrew Burnes, Suzanne Langille, Neel Murgai : Blue Ghost Blues

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The band Haunted House has no real history, except in its name, which, according to producer Kurt Gottschalk’s liner notes, originated in blues man’s Lonnie Johnson’s (1899-1970) song title until it was changed to Blue Ghost Blues, the name of Haunted House’s album.

The electronics stem from the two guitars played by Loren Connors and Andrew Burnes. The Asian daf and kanjira frame drums are played by Neel Murgai. Suzanne Langille is the lone vocalist and lyricist.

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