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Album Reviews

Dudley Taft "Left For Dead" Album Review

Goatee-bearded Dudley Taft, 44, has learned his trade with great observation and dedication during spells with Sweet Water and Second Coming, and it's paid off handsomely.
Chris Harper - Four Aces and a Harp

"Four Aces and a Harp" is Chicago Blues Meets Delta All Over Again!

Four Aces and a Harp is an uncompromising blues album that puts it's best foot forward. It's no surprise that the album is simply great; it's packed with some of the biggest blues talent in the industry.
Buddy Guy - Living Proof

Buddy Guy’s “Living Proof” is the Best Thing Buddy’s Done Since the Next Thing...

I think it's safe to finally say it: Buddy simply can't make a bad album. "Living Proof" is an iconic Buddy Guy release.
Foghat - Last Train Home Album Cover

Foghat's latest "Last Train Home" proves they were "Born For The Road"

When you think of Foghat, you'll likely be thinking of the monster radio hits like “Slow Ride,” and “Fool For The City” but let's not forget; Foghat has always been deeply rooted in the blues.

Eden Brent soars on “Ain’t Got No Troubles”

Eden Brent is the "blues diva" boogie piano master who's been all over the blues scene for the past few years. Last year, Eden won the Pinetop Perkins Piano Award from the Blues Foundation, and one listen to her latest album "Ain't Got No Troubles" will quickly show any listener exactly why.
Nick Moss - Priviledged album cover

Nick Moss's "Privileged" simply rocks

Nick Moss has been well known for playing a traditionally-steeped Chicago blues for years, but his latest album, "Privileged", is blues with a distinctive rock flair.
Lynwood Slim - Brazillian Kicks album cover

Lynwood Slim and the Igor Prado Band's "Brazilian Kicks" is smooth Chicago blues!

These Brazilian men can sing the blues! The Igor Prado Band has a wonderfully tight, crisp arrangement that sounds as though it was forged from years in the clubs of Chicago.

Chris Dair Puts Out an Amazing Collection Called "Crossroads To Freedom"

If you are on the lookout for some great blues guitar playing, whether it be throwback blues or blistering blues rock riffs such as I am, then here is another name to throw at...

"Damnation Blues" by Terry Davidson & the Gears Burns Some Serious Rubber!

Get ready, strap in and buckle up. "Damnation Blues" probably should come with a warning label but I guess that's what I'm here for. I'm warning you right now, if you don't want to...

A look inside Todd Sharpville's "Porchlight"

Todd Sharpville makes an amazing return to the blues along with the release of his great new studio double album "Porchlight"
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