Joe Bonamassa is hopping Down Under

Joe Bonamassa is hopping Down Under If you like JB; if you like blues on the rocky side; you cannot fail to like this…the audience certainly did

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With War In My Mind Beth Hart sings to you

Thank you, Beth Hart, for a glorious album, leaving the hairs on the back of your neck tingling, your heart pumping with hope and a journey that may not always be easy but worth every note and emotion you share with us…. it could be my album of the year.

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Ronnie Earl and Broadcasters step Beyond The Blue Door

Ronnie Earl and Broadcasters step Beyond The Blue Door This is the sort of album from my perspective can never be background music; it needs listening to; it has so much to offer

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Danny Bryant finds his Means Of Escape

Danny Bryant finds his Means Of Escape This is as good a blues-rock album as you are likely to hear this year. It has a darkness and yet illuminates and above all, for me at least, is an object lesson in what blues guitar is all about: a deftness of touch that can make you experience the whole gamut of emotions.

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The Mustangs ride into Watertown with birdsong

The Mustangs ride into Watertown with birdsong Folk colliding with rock as concept album explores the clash of Urban and Country and who to look forward, change and protect our world. Definitely a 10 doodle paw album

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JD Simo gets Off At Eleven (so do we!)

JD Simo gets Off At Eleven (so do we!) This is not a blues album; this is not a rock album; this is not a blues-rock album; this is not purely a guitar album…it is a marriage of styles that works so well on every level.

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Finding The Right Paths with Wille and The Bandits

Finding The Right Paths with Wille and The Bandits this is a complex and ultimately is powerful listening. Every track has its story to tell and those not highlighted are still brilliant but we all need some mystery so listen and find your own interpretation. On this stunning album.

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Rebecca Downes More Sinner Than Saint Until she Sings

Rebecca Downes More Sinner Than Saint Until she Sings. Refusing to be defined by a genre Rebecca and the band caress, hug and squeeze the shape of the music suiting the mood, lyrics and narrative. Creating music that is simply brilliant!!!

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