Category Archives: Albert Lee

Badfinger ~ No Matter What – Revisitations The Hits

Badfinger was so good in the 1960s, that the Beatles put them on their Apple label. They were the only band, besides the Beatles that were on that label. This album features a bunch of Badfinger hits with guest stars … Continue reading

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Joe Louis Walker ~ Blues Comin’ On

  Blues fans are going to love this. There are different versions of blues all over this album. This album has it all. Fast, slow, hard, soft, etc. Usually when I hear a blues album, most of the album feels … Continue reading

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