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Music Reviews

This is the all-encompassing section to review anything music-related.

Gov't Mule to Release "The Tel-Star Sessions"

The Tel-Star Sessions captures the rawness and excitement of the earliest days of Gov’t Mule.

Big Joe Stomp Box Company: Guitar Pedals Made Just for Blues

Like many in the blues world, I've always been a bit of a purist...

The Cooper Brothers' "In From The Cold"

The Cooper Brothers return for a fantastic new album, with production wizard Colin Linden

The Fabulous Thunderbirds Are "On The Verge"

Kim Wilson's singing has never been better! His harp playing is inspired, but brilliantly restrained, making it all the more poignant. Again, the band does a spectacular job, and the playing is impressive throughout. This is an excellent album, and definitely worth the long wait.
Kilborn Alley - Four

Four by Kilborn Alley; Darn Good Blues and Soul

Kilborn Alley's latest album Four is a diverse, professional, and most importantly, solidly blues album that is simply fun to listen to. The album is the band's fourth collaboration with Blue Bella Records, and...

Mark Harrison’s “The World Outside” is a Work of Art

What’s so great about the album is that it paints images in your mind. You get these beautiful, folk ballads and old fashioned sounding folk songs, and they leave you with pictures...
Ken DeRouchie Band

Ken DeRouchie’s Muse: Tales of Love Lost and Found

From great tragedy after a lifelong bond comes Ken DeRouchie's latest accomplishment.
The Jimmys - Gimme

Gimme by The Jimmys — Jump Blues from America's Dairyland

You may not know where in the world Monticello, Wisconsin is, but if The Jimmys latest album is any representation, it's sure got great jump blues!

Joanne Shaw Taylor Shines at Thunder Road Show in Somerville, MA

Paying tribute to the late great Freddie King, JST masterfully covered “Going Down,” much to the audience's approval.
Terry Quiett Band - Just My Luck

Terry Quiett Band – Mixing Genres & Creating Incredible Sound

Listening to the latest release from the Terry Quiett Band out of Kansas, “Just My Luck” is a great genre mixing blend of blues, blues inspired rock and jazz with a bit of soul stirring around in the mix.
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