Ian Siegal New Album Is Definitely All The Rage

New studio album from Ian Siegal, drops on the doormat. Thank you, Mr Postman bringing the hope of joy with a shiver of anticipation of something solid, positive and reassuring in a world of uncertainty. The album cover monotones of dark greenish hue and stark font Ian Siegal All The Rage has arrived. Now Listen! … Read more…

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Samantha Fish the Belle of The West on this Album

Samantha Fish is the Belle of The West on her second studio album of 2017. Belle Of The West takes us on a completely different musical journey a complete contrast to Chills & Fever. For this album, Samantha has gone deep into the roots of Blues, country and Mississippi Hill Country music. Samantha Fish has … Read more…

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Pick of the Albums Reviewed – 2016: April – June

Pick of the Albums Reviewed – 2016: April – June Bluesdoodles listens to music recorded and live from across the genres. Bluesdoodles reviews all albums received with an open-mind and will always look for the elements that make the music stand out from the crowd!. The albums we award 10 doodle paws too, for us … Read more…

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Band of Storms Ridden by Jimbo Mathus

  Band of Storms Ridden by Jimbo Mathus   With Jimbo Mathus, expect the unexpected and expect to be entertained with music steeped deep in the roots of the soul of American music. Band of Storms is no different, Come On Ya’all opens the album with a smile as he sings Gringo Man. This is a … Read more…

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Jimbo and Ian fills the Tunnels with Roots of Music

Jimbo and Ian fills the Tunnels with Roots of Music   Tonight The Tunnels in Bristol celebrated an evening with music that refused to be defined. It was all excellent and rooted in the experiences of folk, African, European, the Worker, the Poor and the Enslaved.  The colossus that is Ian Siegal and Jimbo Mathus … Read more…

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Pick of the Albums Reviewed – 2016: January – March

Pick of the Albums Reviewed – 2016: January – March Bluesdoodles listens to music recorded and live from across the genres. Bluesdoodles reviews all albums received with an open-mind and will always look for the elements that make the music stand out from the crowd!. The albums we award 10 doodle paws too, for us … Read more…

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IAN SIEGAL & JIMBO MATHUS – ROOTS TO THE CORE

IAN SIEGAL & JIMBO MATHUS – ROOTS TO THE CORE Touring Europe & UK  – April – June 2016 If your musical preference is a combination of roots blues and folk Americana delivered with irreverent humour and nuggets of folklore, this transatlantic duo of multi-award winners ticks all the boxes. Ian Siegal is the UK’s leading … Read more…

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Nothing Wayward Music from Ian Siegal and Jimbo Matthus

Nothing Wayward Music from Ian Siegal and Jimbo Matthus     There are many roads in creating stand out music that gets noticed. It is a certainty that the musical furrow Ian and Jimbo are ploughing is one of them. Definitely Nothing Wayward in the Live Music from Ian Siegal and Jimbo Mathus. Opening with Ian Siegal … Read more…

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Bluesdoodles – Pick Of The Bunch 2015

Pick Of The Bunch 2015 ~ The order is random all are brilliant and in with a shout for the Bluesdoodles Dozen of 2015.. These are from the albums I have listened to and reviewed throughout 2015 – this is my subjective collection happy for others to disagree. Bluesdoodles wants to thank every artist who … Read more…

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Jimbo Mathus delivers Blue Healer

Jimbo Mathus delivers Blue Healer Fat Possum Records   Blue Healer may have blue in the title but the music is authentically original refusing to be stuffed into a genre, Jimbo has created an album of twelve delicious tracks celebrating the power of music.  Every note infused with Jimbo’s energy, his spirit and his magic … Read more…

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