LiTTLE JOE AYERS Brings that Mississippi Hill-Country Sound BACKATCHYA!

 A conglomerate (kəŋˈɡlɒmərɨt/
is a rock consisting of individual clasts within a finer-grained matrix that have become cemented together.

Earl "Little Joe Ayers is a conglomeration of Junior Kimbrough, R.L. Burnside, T-Model Ford, Son House, and Little Joe Ayers.
 .44 (I Wore My .44 So Long) by DevilDownRecords

     Backatchya was recorded on
the front porch of the home of former R.L. Burnside guitarist Kenny Brown. It was recorded by Reed Turchi (Devil Down Records boss) and mixed in Memphis at the famed Ardent Studios. Ayers sounds like he's in the room with you as you listen. 

    Ayers brings a firm and strong, yet almost pretty, touch to the guitar. Where Junior Kimbrough got weird with one chord, R.L. Burnside was groovin' and dirty, and T-Model is slashin' and rubbing, Ayers' picking is tough and lovely. Ayers played bass for Kimbrough for years so covers of Junior abound on Backatchya, but played in Ayers' deft,  well-picked style. Little Joe Ayers sounds best to me sitting at my desk, the volume not too high, so I can really hear him. Vinyl would be even better.  It makes me listen to what he's playing and really hear just how good he is.  But you have to be able to slow down, come sit and listen to him.  I think you'll be moved.

Don't Leave Me Baby by DevilDownRecords 

PS- Kudos to Devil Down Records
Each of their releases are worthy of your money.