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Russ Green – City Soul (Cleopatra Records)

City Soul is Russ Green’s debut album and he comes out of the traps with in your face wailing harp and slide guitar on First Thing Smokin’. This is a rocking boogie of an opener, tipping nods to Muddy Waters and John Lee Hooker on the way. The pace changes for the slower, sultry Blues of Believe In Love which has Green producing…See More
Jun 15
A blog post by David Blue was featured

Russ Green – City Soul (Cleopatra Records)

City Soul is Russ Green’s debut album and he comes out of the traps with in your face wailing harp and slide guitar on First Thing Smokin’. This is a rocking boogie of an opener, tipping nods to Muddy Waters and John Lee Hooker on the way. The pace changes for the slower, sultry Blues of Believe In Love which has Green producing…See More
Jun 15
David Blue posted a blog post

Joe Bonamassa -- British Blues Explosion (Provogue)

I’ve been following Joe for a number of years now and his live performances are always scintillating, none more than this carnival of British Blues. Celebrating the music of Beck, Clapton and Page, he romps though some classics and other lesser known tracks from this era. Highlights are the Blues Rock of Plynth (Water Down…See More
May 21
A blog post by David Blue was featured

Joe Bonamassa -- British Blues Explosion (Provogue)

I’ve been following Joe for a number of years now and his live performances are always scintillating, none more than this carnival of British Blues. Celebrating the music of Beck, Clapton and Page, he romps though some classics and other lesser known tracks from this era. Highlights are the Blues Rock of Plynth (Water Down…See More
May 21
David Blue posted a blog post

Steve Hill – The One-Man Blues Rock Band (Manhaton Records)

I’ve always thought it brave of bands to release live albums but a one-man band? No wiggle room but Hill breezes it from the Blues Rock opener, Rhythm All Over to the finale, a fine cover of Voodoo Chile (Slight Return). It’s not just Blues Rock (Dangerous and Never Is Such A Long Time), but Delta Blues (Nothing New and The…See More
May 14
A blog post by David Blue was featured

Steve Hill – The One-Man Blues Rock Band (Manhaton Records)

I’ve always thought it brave of bands to release live albums but a one-man band? No wiggle room but Hill breezes it from the Blues Rock opener, Rhythm All Over to the finale, a fine cover of Voodoo Chile (Slight Return). It’s not just Blues Rock (Dangerous and Never Is Such A Long Time), but Delta Blues (Nothing New and The…See More
May 14
David Blue posted a blog post

Teresa James and the Rhythm Tramps – Here In Babylon (Jesi-Lu Records)

Houston native and LA resident James opens with I Know I Ain’t Been So Perfect; that’s questionable! The title track shows their class, no histrionics, just good music, well played.James’ vocals are the star and the effectively excellent Rhythm Tramps back her perfectly, particularly on Head Up, Heart Open and the emotion…See More
May 5
A blog post by David Blue was featured

Teresa James and the Rhythm Tramps – Here In Babylon (Jesi-Lu Records)

Houston native and LA resident James opens with I Know I Ain’t Been So Perfect; that’s questionable! The title track shows their class, no histrionics, just good music, well played.James’ vocals are the star and the effectively excellent Rhythm Tramps back her perfectly, particularly on Head Up, Heart Open and the emotion…See More
May 5
A blog post by David Blue was featured

Adam James Sorensen – Dust Cloud Refrain (Continental Song City)

Produced by Jamie Mefford of Nathaniel Rateliff fame but think you’re getting a copy. Nothing could be further from the truth. No bombastic anthems here, just gentle, sometimes introspective Country and Alt-Country songs, examples being the Country sounds of Steam Train and Boxcar whereas Dust Cloud Refrain and Boiling…See More
Apr 20
David Blue posted a blog post

Adam James Sorensen – Dust Cloud Refrain (Continental Song City)

Produced by Jamie Mefford of Nathaniel Rateliff fame but think you’re getting a copy. Nothing could be further from the truth. No bombastic anthems here, just gentle, sometimes introspective Country and Alt-Country songs, examples being the Country sounds of Steam Train and Boxcar whereas Dust Cloud Refrain and Boiling…See More
Apr 20
David Blue posted a blog post

Muddy Gurdy – Muddy Gurdy (VizzTone)

Hurdy Gurdy isn’t an instrument that comes to mind for the Blues but its distinctive sound, played by Gilles Chabenat is a perfect accompaniment to Tia Gouttebel’s voice/guitar and Marc Glomeau’s incisive percussion. Recorded live in various locations, an authentic Country Blues feel is achieved on Going Down…See More
Apr 18
A blog post by David Blue was featured

Muddy Gurdy – Muddy Gurdy (VizzTone)

Hurdy Gurdy isn’t an instrument that comes to mind for the Blues but its distinctive sound, played by Gilles Chabenat is a perfect accompaniment to Tia Gouttebel’s voice/guitar and Marc Glomeau’s incisive percussion. Recorded live in various locations, an authentic Country Blues feel is achieved on Going Down…See More
Apr 18
David Blue posted a blog post

Graham Robins -- Majestic Halls (33 Records)

Robins’ 5th album opens with the gentle Hall of Faith, an immediate introduction to his Gospel influenced soulful voice. He covers Blues on Indianola Mississippi, his tribute to BB King highlighting a gruff edge to his voice, Soul on Pure Soul which is one for relaxing to late at night and Night In Coleraine provides a Celtic…See More
Apr 5
A blog post by David Blue was featured

Graham Robins -- Majestic Halls (33 Records)

Robins’ 5th album opens with the gentle Hall of Faith, an immediate introduction to his Gospel influenced soulful voice. He covers Blues on Indianola Mississippi, his tribute to BB King highlighting a gruff edge to his voice, Soul on Pure Soul which is one for relaxing to late at night and Night In Coleraine provides a Celtic…See More
Apr 5
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Mar 21
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Laurie Morvan – Gravity (Screaming Lizard Records).

Gravity is Morvan’s 6th release and she expertly fuses Blues, R&B, Soul and Funk. From the fast R&B opener, My Moderation, to the hypnotic Too Dumb To Quit, Laurie’s soulful vocal and stinging guitar are joyful. Twice The Trouble has a vocal nod to Christine McVie and guitar influences surface on the Texas shuffle,…See More
Feb 1

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David Blue
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Blues/alt country/rock reviewer for www.netrhythms.co.uk, www.totalmusicmagazine.com and www.bluesblues-bluesman.blogspot.com

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Russ Green – City Soul (Cleopatra Records)

City Soul is Russ Green’s debut album and he comes out of the traps with in your face wailing harp and slide guitar on First Thing Smokin’. This is a rocking boogie of an opener, tipping nods to Muddy Waters and John Lee Hooker on the way. The pace changes for the slower, sultry Blues of Believe In Love…

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Posted on June 12, 2018 at 21:20

Joe Bonamassa -- British Blues Explosion (Provogue)

I’ve been following Joe for a number of years now and his live performances are always scintillating, none more than this carnival of British Blues. Celebrating the music of Beck, Clapton and Page, he romps though some classics and other lesser known tracks from this era. Highlights are the Blues Rock of…

Continue

Posted on May 19, 2018 at 17:31

Steve Hill – The One-Man Blues Rock Band (Manhaton Records)

I’ve always thought it brave of bands to release live albums but a one-man band? No wiggle room but Hill breezes it from the Blues Rock opener, Rhythm All Over to the finale, a fine cover of Voodoo Chile (Slight Return). It’s not just Blues Rock (Dangerous and Never Is Such A Long Time), but Delta Blues…

Continue

Posted on May 12, 2018 at 20:56

Teresa James and the Rhythm Tramps – Here In Babylon (Jesi-Lu Records)

Houston native and LA resident James opens with I Know I Ain’t Been So Perfect; that’s questionable! The title track shows their class, no histrionics, just good music, well played.

James’ vocals are the star and the effectively excellent Rhythm Tramps back her perfectly, particularly on…

Continue

Posted on May 3, 2018 at 20:54

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September 2018

1
The Devil Makes Three
70 pts.
Chains Are Broken
New West
FC,JB,RK,TJ,LK
2
Jimmy LaFave
65 pts.
Peace Town
Music Road Records
PKO
3
Malcolm Holcombe
48 pts.
Come Hell Or High Water
Gypsy Eyes Music
FB,JBO
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47 pts.
3
Blue Rose Records
CVL,DHO
5
Jeffrey Foucault
43 pts.
Blood Brothers
Blueblade Records
MB,SZ
6
The War And Treaty
42 pts.
Healing Tide
Thirty Tigers
FCE,AL,MG
7
Martha Fields
40 pts.
Dancing Shadows
Independent
SP,DH,RST,RW
8
The Weight Band
35 pts.
World Gone Mad
Must Have Music
DD,CRS,BM
9
David Olney
32 pts.
This Side Or The Other
Black Hen Music
LM
 
The Black Sorrows
32 pts.
Citizen John
Blue Rose Records
 
11
Robbie Fulks and Linda Gail Lewis
31 pts.
Wild Wild Wild
Bloodshot Records
GS
12
Hadley McCall Thackston
28 pts.
Hadley McCall Thackston
Wolfe Island Records
 
 
Nathan Bell
28 pts.
Er Gwaetha Pawb a Phopeth
Angry Stick
PK
14
Curse Of Lono
26 pts.
As I Fell
Submarine Cat Records
MM,JF
15
Ryan Martin
25 pts.
Gimme Some Light
High Moon
 
 
Stephen Simmons
25 pts.
Gall
Locke Creek Records
TK,HDB
17
Jason McNiff
23 pts.
Joy And Independence
At The Helm Records
 
 
Jim Lauderdale
23 pts.
Time Flies
Yep Roc
 
 
Kevin Gordon
23 pts.
Tilt and Shine
Crowville Media
MP
20
Eliza Gilkyson
21 pts.
Secularia
Red House Records
KG,JJC
21
Boz Scaggs
20 pts.
Out Of the Blues
Concord Records
BH,JSM
 
Lucero
20 pts.
Among The Ghosts
Thirty Tigers
JJ
 
Melissa Carper & Rebecca Patek
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Brand New Old-Time Songs
Independent
MW
24
The Jayhawks
17 pts.
Back Roads and Abandoned Motels
Legacy
 
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Lori McKenna
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Tree
Cn Records

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