Hammond Gamble began his career in the 1980s with the blues and rock group Street Talk, before becoming a solo blues artist. His 2008 album Ninety mile days consists of original songs, including the title song inspired by Gamble's time living at Ninety Mile Beach in the far north. This reflects the fact that New Zealand blues artists have grafted local experiences onto what was originally an American musical form. Listen to part of Gamble's song 'I'll look over my shoulder', from Ninety mile days.
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