Hollis Brown show their love In The Aftermath a wonderful R'n'B, blues, country and rock mix that pays due deference to the originals but brings a fresh approach to each track.
Steve Vai fights the hydra and remains Inviolate a wonderful listen for guitar instrumental lovers who like songs, not unfettered widdling! Vai can write and play all moods and puts both skills to very good
Eric Gales proudly dons the Crown a wonderful album of blues, soul and funk overlaid by some masterful guitar playing and quality production.
Willie Jackson is All In The Blues A thoroughly enjoyable album shot through with the blues and oodles of humour backed by some outstanding instrumental performances matching Willie’s vocals.
Wille and the Bandits chronicle When the World Stood Still a wonderful twelve tracks and over an hour running time filled with variation, imagination and quality writ large over every note.
Magnum The Monster Roars a wonderful album that gets better with each listen…it may not be up there with Kingdom, but it’s pretty damn close.
Dave Hunt fronts Behind The Moon a wonderful album of blues that sound like they were born on a southern delta rather than the Haven and Welland Delta…this is quality blues written and performed impeccably.
Misty Blues crank it One Louder an entertaining album with some genuinely special guests providing a solid series of songs with variation and originality.
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
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.