There is much to enjoy on this well-crafted album…Whitney is a strong and emotive vocalist and, with Laura on guitar, the majority of the tracks will have enough bite to satisfy blues, soulful blues and R’n’B fans…what more do you need?
Robert Cray reveals That’s What I Heard a wonderful album full of Cray, Soul and Blues guitar and superb band a well-produced and crafted album
The SLeep EAZY’s are Easy To Buy, Hard To Sell To some it may not be essential but it is still a very worthwhile addition to any collection as the moods and emotions running through the album will be welcome to anyone’s ears. Give it a listen (and I do mean listen) and you will be hooked.
Bernard Allison captured on Songs From The Road This then is a very good live album that may be a bit mono paced but still has plenty to offer. The band is strong and intuitive and, although there was more sax than I was expecting, it still delivers some brilliant guitars too.
Where Are You Now? asks Clare Free a welcome return for a talented guitarist who hasn’t let the break blunt her skills. Give it a listen, I doubt you’ll be disappointed.
Molly Karloff are made up on Supernaturalation a band that will mature with the progression to a full-length album where they can show the depth and strength of their song writing.
Zoe Schwarz Blue Commotion don’t hide on Chameleon a hugely entertaining album of subtlety, craft and skill…Zoe’s voice entrances as always
Eddie Martin slakes our Blues Thirst and more if you love your blues guitar-led, then you will love it too…give it a listen and you will soon agree.
James Oliver Band bring Twangs galore an album chock full of fun and guitar dexterity that, has earned a place in the ‘regularly played list’
Come On In with Thorbjørn Risager & The Black Tornado has a depth & passion transcending normal structures with 10 wonderfully diverse tracks listen & enjoy a stupendous album