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Made up of top UK female folk, jazz and blues recording acts Christine Collister, Melanie…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on May 29, 2017 at 7:30 — No Comments
Maybe Believe is the third full-length recording by the Jon Stickley Trio. Like before, the music is hugely innovative as Jon Stickley (flat-pick guitar) and fellow instrumental wizards, Lyndsay Pruett (violin)…Continue
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I wasn’t too sure what to expect from this collection. For some reason I hadn’t heard in depth, the early country releases from Dickey Lee other than a little later in his career. It was at the time of…Continue
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Maine, New England-raised and now living in Austin, Texas singer-songwriter recording act Slaid Cleaves keeps his music and songs simple. His music has changed little over the years. Nothing fancy,…Continue
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One of the most noticeable aspects of Rev Peyton and his Big Damn Band’s music is the high intensity as the band and the Reverend lay down a selection of big-bodied, raw country blues. Powered by restless slide guitar the listener is drenched in honest as the day is long country…Continue
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Four LPs on two cds make great value, especially when you take it into account you not only have the ‘killer’ Jerry Lee Lewis but also his sister, Linda Gail Lewis. Linda when asked, performed good ol’ southern country soul (and gospel) and the sass to go with it! Such is the chemistry between the
siblings I am prompted to question why didn’t they do more together. Or why…Continue
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Produced by Mike Mogis (Bright Eyes, First Aid Kit) at his ARC Studios in Omaha, it the first time Earle has…Continue
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Leeds based 5-piece One Four Six One are a hugely talented set of aspiring musicians, and who have already stacked up an interesting history. The boys have not only ventured to the other side of the pond to perform live but record. Not bad for a fledgling act.
Musically, they hit the…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on May 19, 2017 at 17:33 — No Comments
North Carolina born, and raised singer-songwriter Malcolm Holcombe has been making wonderful albums since the mid-1990s, and one or two more before that.
Produced by fellow singer-songwriter…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on May 11, 2017 at 7:30 — No Comments
Many of you will already be familiar with the music of Cahalen Morrison through his partnership with Eli…Continue
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Immediately I placed this cd on my player I was energised by Donald Byron Wheatley’s music. Fuelled by a rock solid rhythm section, piano, swirling organ, lead guitar and pedal steel guitar (BJ Cole), there is a buzz throughout.…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on May 10, 2017 at 7:08 — No Comments
Cedaredge, Colorado based singer-songwriter David Starr is most articulate and meticulous in the way he fashions his songs, five of the six songs on this EP are his own…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on May 9, 2017 at 6:30 — No Comments
What can I say about Texas’ legend, singer-songwriter Willie Nelson that’s not be said, other…Continue
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Jim Reeves’ part in the development of country music isn’t always appreciated like it might. His smooth singing voice was something to behold, and though I admittedly, I am a far greater fan…Continue
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Nicolette Larson was one of the finest vocalists of her day. The three albums that make up this release come from 1978, 1979 and 1980, and with her perfect tones well suited for pop, soft rock radio Larson was a most popular lady. For not only did she make accomplished albums, but she was also a top-line backing vocalist. Used by everyone from Hot Axton to Neil…
Added by Maurice Hope on May 4, 2017 at 8:30 — No Comments
Sam Outlaw is one of the exciting new names on the Americana county scene, a young man who is not only helping bring in a new younger audience but also gaining acceptance from those into traditional country music. He is a…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on May 4, 2017 at 8:00 — No Comments
LA-based, singer-songwriter, bassist and recording act, Ted Russell Kamp, plus producer, sideman and session musician covers a good many areas on Flying Solo, and might I add with…Continue
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