Tag Archives: Blues

Shirley King ~ Blues For A King

  Do you want to hear some blues? This is the album for you. Shirley King is the daughter of B.B. King. In addition to having a blues artist, who was living around it her whole life, she has some … Continue reading

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Jonell Mosser With John Hall ~ Little Black Dress

  This singer songwriter has a very beatiful voice, while John Hall on the guitar is a very talented acoustic & electric guitar player. Very musical and the stories flow from Jonell like honey from a bee-hive. This music came … Continue reading

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The Traveling Jewburys Live At The Bitter End

  The Bitter End is a club where a lot of big artists have played. People such as Carol King, Chuck Berry, Janis Joplin, John Prine, Bo Diddley, Taj Mahal & more, including the Traveling Jewburys. This is a CD … Continue reading

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Strider ~ Damnation Of Steel

  This is an album by Strider. Back in the day, the music on this album would have surpassed many bands. The vocalist doesn’t do much for me, but, you may like it. The first song, his vocals really didn’t … Continue reading

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Astral Groove ~ Astral Groove

  For my first review of a 2020 album, I’m glad that it was this one. This album has a classic hard progressive rock feel to it, with some great newer depth that lets you know that it’s a newer … Continue reading

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Zooluxx ~ The Ghetto Starship EP

  This is a really nice mix of rock, blues, & psychedelic music. This Los Angeles band really knows how to rock. The music will take you back into the 70’s – 90’s, while still staying fresh & current. The … Continue reading

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Tom Keifer ~ Rise

  Man, can this man ROCK! The album starts off a bit weaker (the music, not the rhythm) than his last album, but, kicks right into overdrive. Good music, the vocals fit his sound, even if sometimes it is hard … Continue reading

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Humble Pie ~ Joint Effort

  This all new 2019 release of Humble Pie was originally released previously as “Running With The Pack”, which is why I thought that I had heard these tracks before, but apparently not a new album, but an album of … Continue reading

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Best of 2018

  A little late, but I was trying to catch up on some last minute albums. So, in no particular order… Roger Daltrey – As Long As I Have You (The best Daltrey album I’ve heard in a long time). … Continue reading

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Martin Barre ~ Road Less Travelled

  The great Jethro Tull guitar player puts out another solo gem with this album. You can certainly hear that Martin Barre was a main contributor of the Jethro Tull sound on this album. The songwriting is similar on some … Continue reading

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