Adam Schultz demonstrates Soulful Distancing a great listen for a lesson in consummate musicianship. If you like soul ahead of the blues, you’ll love this
Chris Gill is somewhere Between Midnight And Louise a wonderful album for aficionados of acoustic blues both picked and slided(!) It evokes the blues of a bygone era in a fresh and satisfying way.
New Wave Of Classic Rock compiles and rewards a wonderful introduction to many bands we need to hear and the added bonus of a reminder of how damn good the rest are.
R K Turner is in good company Out There On My Own a wonderful album of slide driven blues from the Delta of the River Nene.
Mike Zito is restored on Resurrection a wonderful album that reveals new layers with every listen…Mr Zito delivers yet again with his innate sense of the blues backed by serious guitar prowess.
Bernie Marsden pays tribute to Blues Royalty a stupendous album of quintessential blues; a tribute to three great guitar players by a great guitar player.
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.