Bringing you Musical Highlights Monday 1st Feb 2021 - Jan album reviews - New singles & albums announced, & virtual tours making February rock
Bill Blue is The King Of Crazy Town a Wonderful album of blues-infused goodness of 4 Doodle Paws tapping out the beats and rhythms
Skylar Rogers smokes on Firebreather 4 Doodle Paws; a varied and rewarding blues album that will stand the test of time and will be a welcome addition to any blues collection.
Bringing you Musical Highlights Monday 18th Jan 2021 new music and Bluesdoodles reviews and thoughts with videos to excite
Layla Zoe sharing her Retrospective Tour 2019 - An essential record for Layla Zoe fans and a wonderful addition to anyone’s blues collection…hear her live and on top form with a band of real quality making it all seamless.
Alabama Slim invites you into The Parlor On first listen, this album may not seem to have anything new to offer…but careful repeated listens will unveil a goldmine full of blues traditions given a lovely twist and also reveal a talent
Trevor Bolder invites you To Sail The Rivers a 5-doodle paw album. If you like Uriah Heep, this is a must. If you are a fan of quality melodic rock this is a must. If you’re not a fan of either, then you should still listen to this and do not be surprised when it converts you.
Bluesdoodles Recorded Music Reviews 2020 a challenging year, reviewed 99 albums, 24 are Stupendous, 56 are Wonderful & 9 are Great Listening
Matthew Robb – Dead Men Have No Dreams an album of thoughtfulness, dreaming, and reality wrapped in a mix of country and blues. It is a very easy, at times challenging listen when you hear the carefully crafted words. Give it a listen if you like the Guthrie school of storytelling and simple but effective backing.
Jack Broadbent slides into Moonshine Blue an album that is not the blues…it is way more complex than that and embraces many a genre as Jack takes you through a journey of styles of playing and composition.