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Real House Blues by Mojo Stu

The cover art on Mojo Stu’s new CD pictures his National Reso-Phonic, an instrument that’s always as easy on the eyes as it is on the ears.

The Philadelphia singer / songwriter is known locally for not only his blues, but for his involvement in childrens’ causes. He conceived and co-hosted the Blues Expression radio program on WPEB-FM and performs regularly on Jammin’ In The Kitchen, a Philly TV show.

Real House Blues offers nine fine blues pieces penned by Mojo Stu and Mitch Goldfarb. Smitten by a James Cotton Blues Band performance at a rock festival in the 70s, he pursued a career in the blues. Having shared the stage with the likes of Maria Muldaur, Johnny Winter, Leon Russell and Robert Cray, Mojo Stu is on his way. The bluesman has a fine voice and is a most capable guitarist. Real House Blues is his third CD for Mudbone Records.

This writer especially liked Got A Love, My Mama She Don’t Love Me and a gem titled Don’t Worry. Proceeds from the sale of the CD will benefit the Peace, Love and Sunshine Foundation. You can checkout sound samples at the artist’s website.

Additional Info

  • Artist / Group Name: Mojo Stu
  • CD Title: Real House Blues
  • Genre: Blues
  • Year Released: 2005
  • Record Label: Mudbone Records
  • Tracks: Leave It Gone; Got A Love; My Mama She Don’t Love Me; Hootchie Mama; Don’t Worry; Eldorado; Lightning; Lightning (reprise); Hey Hey.
  • Musicians: Mojo Stu (guitars, vocals); “TM” Stevens (bass on #4); Mitch Goldfarb (acoustic guitar, organ, piano, synth bass, harmonica). Background vocals by John Current, Annette Hardeman, Charlene Holloway, Paula Holloway, Denise Najame.
  • Rating: Two Stars
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