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TBT – ‘John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers – Live in 1967’ Volumes 1 and 2

Taken together, these two albums are a remarkable representation of this incredible lineup of legendary musicians. They show just how advanced they were even before they went on to other groups including the first incarnation of Fleetwood Mac.

Little G. Weevil Is "Moving"

Moving is masterful in its simplicity, and its immediacy. The music is uncluttered and striking; the impression it leaves the listener with is striking.

Anni Piper Sizzles on 'More Guitars Than Friends'

Audition 'More Guitars Than Friends' soon, through a great set of headphones. This is an album that really cries out for that.

Hunter and the Dirty Jacks “Single Barrel” is Roots and Blues at it’s Best

Single Barrel by Hunter and the Dirty Jacks sounds like it belongs on Sunset Boulevard under the sun...

‘Slip Into A Dream’ with Dave Weld and the Imperial Flames

This album provides varying snapshots of Chicago blues, leaving a listener hard pressed to decide on a single favorite! If Chicago blues is your scene, then 'Slip Into A Dream' is just the ticket.
Franc Robert - Mulligan Stew Cover

Grab a Heapin' Helping of "Mulligan Stew"

Get you a heapin' helping of Franc Robert & The Boxcar Tourists' Mulligan Stew. Then, go back for more!

"This Time Another Year" Is A Brandon Santini Showcase

This Time Another Year is a Brandon Santini showcase, simmering in places, and smoking in others. The album is mixed very well, and lets the music speak in a spirited voice.

Mick Kolassa's 'Taylor Made Blues' Delivers the Goods

Any Mick Kolassa outing features great compositions, always performed with verve, joy, finesse. There's always that feeling of being home, on the porch with friends, just playing music that makes us smile.

‘A Night In Copenhagen’ Is Memorable

The band is in fine form, and although the music has a vague 70s vibe about it, it sounds fresh and vibrant from the word go. Best of all, the club's audience eats it up!

Franc Robert Returns with the Acoustic "Ride The Iron Road"

As an acoustic set, the simplicity of the presentation really adds to the impact of the music, with only Franc and his guitar(s) painting vivid images, as this Florida native is so talented at doing.
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