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Music Reviews

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

Rolling Stones The Forum 1972 James Fortune Smithsonian Books

‘Smithsonian Rock and Roll Live and Unseen’ Until Now

Joe or Jane Ticketholder, with their Instamatics and Polaroids, sometimes caught images no one but their family and friends have seen - until now.

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.

Grady Champion's "Bootleg Whiskey" a Return to Down Home Southern Soul

latest offering on the Malaco label is a return to the rhythm & blues and soul that seductively permeated the airwaves decades ago and it is a welcome return indeed.

"444" is The Nighthawks' New Masterpiece

For a band entering their fifth decade, the Nighthawks bring it, and they play it with feeling. 444 is a party looking for a place to break out!

Eric Bibb Tempts with ‘The Happiest Man in the World'

'The Happiest Man In The World' is an acoustic treat for any music lover. Here is an album that is relaxing, entertaining, and will be a welcome addition to any collection. Check it out soon.

Franc Robert's "Why Do I Never Win" is Rock Solid Blues

Franc Robert's "Why Do I Never Win" is a wild mix of rockin' delta blues-influenced music, with a little intricate finger picking mixed in for good measure!
Ana Popovic at JazzBones FEATURED

Ana Popovic, Jazzbones August 15th, 2012

When it came showtime at JazzBones in Tacoma,Washington, the lights were dimmed & Ana was introduced to a sold out crowd... Then came the slide guitar.

Big Easy Blues – Five Must See Venues in New Orleans

Part of the adventure is finding your own golden musical nuggets in this great city.

Eric Corne Calls the World to Task on ‘Happy Songs For The Apocalypse’

Taking roots-rock, blues, alt country, and folk, Corne blends the twelve tracks on 'Happy Songs For The Apocalypse' into a sonically engaging offering.

Lurrie Bell – Blues in My Soul

After releasing his last couple albums on his own label, Lurrie Bell is back on Delmark Records with Blues in My Soul.
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