Category CD Reviews

Travel Down To Port Saint Joe With Brothers Osborne

Travel Down To Port Saint Joe With Brothers Osborne
Travel Down To Port Saint Joe With Brothers Osborne A summer anthem album arrived in my inbox as we saw the first rays of warm sunshine knock winter on its head. Florida panhandle town, Port Saint Joe, a perfect fit for their second studio album from Brothers Osbourne. Building on the superb guitar and baritone vocals that at times collide and at other times coalesce creating a cascading celebration of music that sounds mighty fine.

Beth Hart Front and Center: Live from New York

Beth Hart Front and Center: Live from New York
Beth Hart Front and Center: Live from New York - The first question I asked can a live album capture the mystery, and emotional intensity of Beth Hart singing from a stage to you? Yes, it does this is Beth live in your living room. A live album that captures more than the moment it has distilled through your personal speakers the emotion and power of Beth Hart ruling the song and stage.

Self titled Benjamin Bassford Acoustic Album Delights

Self titled Benjamin Bassford Acoustic Album Delights
Self-titled Benjamin Bassford Acoustic Album Delights. This album surely also is a new dawn in the musical journey of a young man with a bucket load of talent. Playing slide and fingerpicking on acoustic and resonator guitars giving a depth and variation of tones and textures. When you need time out, time to sit and think, time to contemplate or reflect this album is the perfect accompaniment.

Take Cover A timely Storm Warning

Take Cover A timely Storm Warning
If you haven’t come across this hard gigging Buckinghamshire blues band yet, they are a group of like-minded musicians who got together to play the blues in their own way. They do have an august lineage, consisting of ex Mick…