There is no question that Davina and The Vagabonds captures the sounds of the roaring twenties. Guys and dolls would be feelin' blue if they didn’t add this to their music collection.
This must have album will hold a special place in your collection. If you ever take it out of the player that is.
The Chicago blues are alive and well, and Lurrie Bell is the pulse.
There is not a bad song on this album. The vocals are brilliant throughout, and are vaguely reminiscent of Mavis Staples. Barriteau's playing is clean, smooth, and delicate, always with a spark to it. Listeners can tell this gentleman really loves his work.
Rising from the fusion of R&B, jazz, blues, and country, the New Orleans flavored album features some of the most talented musicians this side of Frenchmen Street