Sean Taylor takes The Path Into Blue

Sean Taylor takes The Path Into Blue an album for my more introspective moments when, despite the Tobacco And Whiskey warnings, I will lie back with the aforementioned and ponder the rights and wrongs of life, the universe and everything and let Sean’s rectitude, passion and pathos wash over me.

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Kenny Parker brings you Hellfire Blues Guitar

Kenny Parker brings you Hellfire Blues Guitar This is a great album that may not break new ground, but it is chock full of quality songs and playing that take the blues tropes we revere and remodels them for today.

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Jon Gindick makes Love At The All Night Cafe

Jon Gindick makes Love At The All Night Cafe This is an album full of surprises and immaculate if you like subtle, expressive harp work that speaks and a lyrically challenging and undoubtedly amusing set of songs, then this would be a worthy addition to your collection.

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Atomic Road Kings Clean Up The Blood

Atomic Road Kings Clean Up The Blood Give this a few listens and you will fall for the masterful instrumentation, the gritty vocals that hit the spot every time, the inventive harp and guitar solos and the way the whole thing just works so well.

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Gwyn Ashton’s Sonic Blues Preachers will convert you

Gwyn Ashton’s Sonic Blues Preachers will convert you Quite simply a brilliant album that may take some a few listens to truly appreciate…but believe me, the time spent will be repaid on so many levels. Give it a try and you will not be disappointed.

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