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Hugh Laurie’s “Didn’t It Rain” Is An Understated Delight. The album is subdued, mellow, and wonderfully understated. The atmosphere of the album is very unhurried, which really let’s the music speak.
Can’t Get Enough by The Rides is the kind of album a supergroup should be making. It leaves you wanting more.
Quick Fix is a strong outing, especially as a debut album. This album features funky blues, Memphis style soul blues (with a pulse!), swing blues, piano boogie, and superior ensemble style playing. Production values are very good, and the sound quality is good as well. A strong album overall, there are several standout cuts here.
Lucky Peterson is definitely a student of the blues. With the release of Live At The 55 Arts Club Berlin, Peterson and company are at the top of their game. For fans, this release is a treat. For the uninitiated, this is gonna rock your world!
Remember the days when you bought an album and it was like going to a concert without leaving your bedroom? Find out about the latest from The Mannish Boys!