Another highlight on "Handmade Music" was Lance's version of "Traveling Riverside Blues". Obviously this Robert Johnson song has been done a time or two before but not quite like this! Lance makes it his own and does a fantastic job in the process!
How did this fabulous effect that gives a musician the sound of a giant concert hall become available even when crammed into an enclosure of plywood, wires and knobs no bigger than a lunchbox?
JT Coldfire, the hard working honky tonk hero has recently released a new album, Always & Never. With opposite compliments like "Coldfire" and "Always & Never", it's not hard to see that JT doesn't fit into...
Paul Nelson-produced ROOTS, Winter’s 1st studio album since 2004's "I’m a Bluesman", has him sounding the best in years. Armed with blues classics & talented friends, it's Winter's best blues to date.
In a word, her new album is "Gospel" -- The gospel of the formidable blueswoman, the gospel music that seeps it's way into nearly every track, the gospel of unmistakably moving vocals.
Reverb, caused by sound waves bouncing off of walls and ceilings, has played a pivotal part in the unique sounds of instruments and various venues for years. The history of it's use is fascinating.