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Blues People is really a remarkable work of art. It presents a perspective of history that is vital, and does so in a way that is honest and evokes thought.
“To me, his music, with its intensity and haunting quality, was central to the incredibly powerful style we called Country Blues. After all, blues was often about sorrow, hard times, and heartache.
Stevie Ray Vaughan and Ronnie Earl were friends before Stevie became famous. The well-known bluesman has had a long and winding career, filled with highs and lows — but no devil’s music.
The 13 songs here clock in at 59 minutes and when the album is over, we are left wanting more. Bibb uses a whole host of musicians throughout the album, and the playing is consistently superb.
This is the best work Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters have put on disc in years. Good sound quality and a great mix make this album really easy on the ears too.
Poppa Chubby, Royal Southern Brotherhood, Johnny Sansone, Monkeyjunk and Kim Churchill! This festival gets better every day.
With “I Belong To The Band”, Rory Block has cemented her indisputable position as a master of this genre.