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The Revelers ‘At the End of the River’

You don't need to understand Louisiana music to appreciate this album. One spin and you'll be hooked.

Nicholas David – Yesterday’s Gone

One can see how David's voice would get coaches' easy chairs spinning like a demonic possession in a La-Z-Boy showroom.

Keb’ Mo’ – Moonlight Mistletoe & You

This is not just another boring Christmas album, this is one you can play over and over again.
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Bob Margolin ‘This Guitar and Tonight’

This Guitar and Tonight derives its power from Margolin's appreciation for the blues and that's always something to applaud.
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Black Stone Cherry Gets Black To Blues – Again

Traditional blues aficionados may poo-poo the effort, but a younger generation will be introduced to the Golden Age of blues music much the same way I was by artists such as the Rolling Stones and Savoy Brown.

Lizanne Knott ‘Bones and Gravity’

Knott has crafted an album that errs on the side of less, so that the listener can truly hear everything she has to offer.

Brody Buster’s One Man Band ‘Damn! I Spilled The Blues’

There's blues, country and even flirtations with jazz, all wrapped up in a rock and roll candy shell.

Eddie 9V ‘Left My Soul In Memphis’

And don't let 9V's age and ...interesting... stage name fool you: when you hear 'Left My Soul in Memphis,' you instantly know you're hearing an old soul.

Cadillac Baby’s Bea & Baby Records

This Definitive Collection of Bea & Baby’s delicacies is a must own for anyone with an insatiable appetite for Chicago’s illustrious independent music scene in its infancy.

Harp Ace Giles Robson Proves His Worth With Don’t Give Up On The Blues

Firmly establishes Robson as a premier harp player on both sides of the Pond.
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