Rob Stone has a three for all on Trio In Tokyo - a great listen with an album full of memorable readings of some classics.
The Atomic 44s begin with Volume 1 - a wonderful blues-rock album that evokes memories as it pays tribute to the past in an ingenious way with these nine new songs.
John Villiers is the ringmaster of A Different Circus a great listen with every song having something that draws you in and leaves you smiling.
Altered Five Blues Band just need a Holler If You Hear Me a wonderful album of skilled and varied blues where the quality never falters.
Altered Five Blues Band amp it up on Ten Thousand Watts this is a band that knows the blues and how to entertain us with variations aplenty. Thoroughly enjoyable
Gerald McClendon invites us all on Let’s Have A Party a great listen, especially if your blues lean toward the soulful spectrum, backed by superb musicianship throughout.
Rodd Bland pays tribute on Live On Beale Street a great listen when your soul craves some soul; this is a fitting tribute to a great performer and obviously assembled with love.
Mark Cameron moves Back From The Edge a great listen with variation, imagination and skill shining through on every song and plenty of blues to enjoy along the way too.
Debbie Bond crosses Blues Without Borders - an exceedingly well put together album with quality laced through every note a great listen
Parabellum Shredding with Yngwie Malmsteen a great listen:a great listen: Like most of Yngwie’s work, each track is genius but, unless you are a total shred fan, it can become a bit too much in one sitting; I find I appreciate his skills more by liberally sprinkling my favourites throughout my rock playlists so that the barrage of notes can be analysed, appreciated and enjoyed.