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"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.
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Lynwood Slim and the Igor Prado Band's "Brazilian Kicks" is smooth Chicago blues!

These Brazilian men can sing the blues! The Igor Prado Band has a wonderfully tight, crisp arrangement that sounds as though it was forged from years in the clubs of Chicago.

‘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!

Harper's "Show Your Love" Takes World Blues to New Heights

Treat your ears to something unique and satisfying, and get cozy with "Show Your Love" soon. This album will change thinking about what blues can be.

Albert Castiglia is on "Solid Ground"

The fourteen tracks on Solid Ground give you plenty of sonic pleasure to enjoy. Castiglia and company have given us an engaging performance, and this album is a real winner.

Eric Bibb's "Blues People" Examines the African American Journey

Blues People is really a remarkable work of art. It presents a perspective of history that is vital, and does so in a way that is honest and evokes thought.
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"Mistakes Were Made", Broke and Hungry Records' Towering Delta Blues Achievement

"Mistakes Were Made" might be the best captured congregation of mind-blowing delta artists since Alan Lomax!
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Foghat's latest "Last Train Home" proves they were "Born For The Road"

When you think of Foghat, you'll likely be thinking of the monster radio hits like “Slow Ride,” and “Fool For The City” but let's not forget; Foghat has always been deeply rooted in the blues.

JP Soars Shines on "Full Moon Night in Memphis"

Full Moon Night in Memphis is blues of many flavors and subtleties. The music is well played by artists that are inspired and engaged, never failing to excite the listener. Treat your ears to this winning blues feast today.

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.
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