Tag Archives: Blues

Ivy Gold ~ Six Dusty Winds

This album makes me want to like it, but, the vocals weren’t for me. The band was on point, everything on that end was smooth. Don’t get me wrong, the vocals weren’t bad. They just didn’t seem normal. Almost forced. … Continue reading

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Backroom Blues Volume 10 by various artists

OK, another fine compilation from Bongo Boy Records. I like most of the songs on this album. The production is excellent. The only problem that I had with this record is that some of the songs, even though they were … Continue reading

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Cactus ~ Tightrope

For a man who never listened to Cactus before, I was pleasantly surprised to listen to this album. Starting off with a great upbeat song called “Tightrope” which really got my attention. Next on the bill was a nice bluesy … Continue reading

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Bluhauz

This new album, from Bluhauz, is a great lesson on how to make great music in 2020’s. Most of the songs are very positive. The music is top notch & has a great analog feel to it. It reminds me … Continue reading

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Allman Brothers Band ~ Down In Texas ’71

What a nice change of pace to hear the Allman Brothers with a rare album featuring Duane Allman. I really like the Allman Brothers. There is mostly good with this album, but 1 bad thing. The bad thing could not … Continue reading

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Cafe La Rouge with Steve Hunter ~ Covered With Love

  Steve Hunter, who has played guitar for Peter Gabriel, Lou Reed, Alice Cooper & Tracy Chapman, just to name a few. This is quite different than what I had expected. This was mostly a jazz EP.  Tony Levin, one … Continue reading

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Harvey Dalton Arnold ~ Stories To Live Up To

  Harvey Dalton Arnold was a member of the Outlaws from 1976-1980. This album is far from the Outlaws music. It is more blues, but does have a twinge of that country-rock feel about it. This is not a great … 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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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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