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Album Reviews

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Tas Cru Sings Us His ‘Memphis Song’

'Memphis Song' takes us home on many levels, and we're sure it will do the same for you. Get yourself a copy and just try to prove us wrong. Bet 'ya a nickel you can't do it.
The Rolling Stones - Blues and Lonesome

The Rolling Stones’ ‘Blue & Lonesome’ Takes Us Back to the Beginning

Yet, here are the Rolling Stones, telling us "School is in session, and here is how it's done." Not with malice. Not with a sense of being smug, or full of themselves. No: It is done with a sense of knowing.

Ronnie Earl Is ‘The Luckiest Man’

Ronnie Earl is an amazing guitar player. There’s no denying his considerable talents and versatility, often shifting between jazz and blues...

Candye Kane is "Coming Out Swingin'"

If you like swing and jump style blues, you will love this album. The musicianship here is first rate, as are Kane's vocals. This album is well written, well produced, and well played.
Gina Sicilia Press Photo for Tug of War

For Gina Sicilia Life is a ‘Tug of War’

'Tug of War' has grit. It has depth. It showcases the songwriting talents of Gina Sicilia in a whole new light. And, it has a place in your collection.

J.R. Rhodes Tells Her Story with ‘I Am’

'I Am' showcases some of the finest musical talent in the Pacific Northwest and confirms J.R. Rhodes as a break-out talent in contemporary blues and rock.
Davina and the Vagabonds

"Black Cloud" by Davina & the Vagabonds – Horns, Pianos, Vocals & Soul

"Black Cloud" sports an album cover showing a simple, nondescript cloud that hides a CD bursting at the seams with classic New Orleans and powerful vocals.

Bruce Katz Band's Latest is a Homecoming for the Hammond B3 Genius

He has returned now to his Blues, Jazz and Jamband roots with the album Homecoming, featuring loads of legendary Hammond B3!

Omar Dykes Is "Runnin' With The Wolf"

What we really liked about this album is the fact that Dykes pays tribute without ripping off the originals or reproducing them note-for-note. (And why should he?) The album is lively, raw, and definitely has that Texas garage jam feel, and tone. The players do a fine job of keeping you right on the edge of explosion, without betraying the raw elegance of the music. This is an exceptional album!

Studebaker John’s “That’s the Way You Do”— A Maxwell Street Revival

From the first track the listener knows this won’t be a bells and whistles experience.
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