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San Diego-based guitarist Patrick Yandall is a commanding force on New York Blues, his eighth release for Zangi Records. Conceived as a departure from the artist’…
Jimmy Hall is right on it as he is always. Bet you can not listen to this album without totally getting into it. This album will make you want to get up and move with or…
Maria Muldaur has committed herself in recent years to honoring the great blues women of the past. Her May 15th release of Naughty, Bawdy & Blue takes us back t…
It is difficult to believe that the music industry narrowly escaped a major tragedy when in 1977 blues artist Otis Taylor retired from singing and playing for almost 20 …
There is an old cliché that has often been applied when assessing the potential of an individual and it goes like this, ‘He/she is a diamond in the rough.’ There are no …
Alex Di Reto - My Own SongAlex Di Reto album My Own Song is a nice collection of blues songs. All the music on My Own Song was recorded with only Alex voice and guitar. The…
This is a wonderful combination of contemporary jazz, funk, blues and some straight-ahead influences. Willie Pooch is a fine blues singer and Tony Monaco shines brillian…
On Mojo Priest, Steven Seagal and Thunderbox's second album, there is a steady groove that is consistent throughout. The first song, "Somewhere In Between," con…
Bernard Allison offers everything on Energized, a Ruf Record recorded live at the Musa in Germany in 2005. Allison opens up his disc with an instrumental, but d…
Ben Carroll’s debut album Lover Undercover displays warmth, passion, deep toned clarity and melodically strewn blues-pop vocals. His acoustic broths have equivale…