Erja Lyytinen brings Another World Live at 100 Club A very enjoyable evening of excellent guitar playing and really good songs performed by a charismatic and highly watchable musician. I’m looking forward to catching her on her next pass through London.
Vegas Strip Kings hit the Jackpot on New Album brings such an infectious sound that when it does appear on shuffle it will be welcomed. The skill and dexterity on display by all of the band is of a very high standard so, if you like your blues deep in the background and the rhythms more eclectic, then this is a blast.
Paul Nelson goes Over Under Through Singer/songwriter delivers a very good album for lovers of the lighter side of blues and country. The level of skill in the compositions and the playing, particularly of Kevin Barry, is a revelation.
Gary Hoey lights up Neon Highway Blues it is a blues-based, quality work that Bluesdoodles recommends you do not do not dismiss this album
Album full of brilliant arrangements and playing these tracks would bring a smile to one’s face and steering wheel drumming would surely follow when the pop up on a play list. If you like country and country rock, then you will adore this.
Mike Sponza was Made In The Sixties This wasn’t the nostalgia-fest that I was expecting. With a modern edge with lyrics continually paint pictures of the events.
Savoy Brown light up the City Night If you love your blues with lots of guitar, loads of feeling & acres of skill from quality musicians - buy this album!
Matt Andersen is Halfway Home By Morning Overall this is a brilliantly performed and produced work. It leans a little too much toward soul for my normal listening pleasures but each song is damned impressive in its composition and execution…so, if you like your soul served impeccably, then you will love this album.
Trower addresses the reality of Coming Closer To The Day If you’re new to Mr Trower, listen carefully to appreciate the countless nuances and touches that he brings to the blues guitar. If you’re already a fan, then you will be in seventh heaven.
Erja Lyytinen occupies Another World this is an album of skill, dexterity and sufficient variation that it will never wear thin. OK, it may be more rock than we are used to from Erja but with songs of this calibre