Bluesdoodles welcomes in 2022 full of Music and Words
Harlem Lake resides in A Fool’s Paradise This is a very creditable debut with eight strong, original and very well performed songs. It certainly bodes well for Volume Two
Liz, Othello and the Bluesdoodles Team wish you Solstice Blessings, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year We will be back in 2022 with more Reviews and Opinions.
Wily Bo Walker singles out a Long Way To Heaven performed in the Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul in the village of Upton-upon-Severn in Worcestershire.
The Curse Of KK Hammond has the Devil Kin’s Blues a wonderful album filled with woodland promise and seriously delicious resonator guitar tones and vocals.
ED Brayshaw's creativity playing on Random Repeat a wonderful guitar-centric, but not at the expense of the song, album by a player of serious talent. ED Brayshaw has a touch and feel on the fretboard that many could learn from
Jimmy Regal & The Royals Ain't Done Yet. There’s a lot going on in these 5 numbers! Listening to these varied tracks ensures the E.P. is filed under B for brilliant.
Great night at the 100 Club as two albums are launched The Cinelli Brothers & Mississippi Macdonald Two Bands delight the crowd on the night
Jake Shimabukuro Ukulele creates ‘Jake & Friends’ Stupendous. This has been such a successful undertaking that it would be criminal if it wasn’t repeated with other collaborators.
Joseph Velos lands with The Velozians This is a very enjoyable album with many different highlights to investigate: sure, it isn’t blues or rock, but there is plenty to relish, whatever your genre preference.