Day 20 – Decision day – What really caught our attention

Bluesdoodles Albums of 2018

What a year of music 2018 has been. Albums to be reviewed have arrived in a cascade of sound. Despite our best efforts many of the albums received have missed out on being reviewed. They have been listened too. The year is not over so watch out for a sneaky few that will be reviewed up until 31st December 2018.

Thank you for the music, we appreciate every, artist, record label and PR company who reaches out with sounds that interest every day. continue sending us albums for consideration in 2019 we will do our very best to review yours.

Bluesdoodles 2018 Awards go to…

Day 20 - Decision day - What really caught our attention

Prog Rock: It is a draw Liz says Magnum – Lost on the Road To Eternity Tom says Uriah Heep – Living The Dream

Blues-Rock: Dan Patlansky Perfection Kills

Blues: Kirk Fletcher – Hold On

Alternative: Red Dirt Skinners- Under Utopian Skies

Blues Without Boundaries: Ian Siegal – All The Rage

Beyond Genres Fantastic Negrito – Please Don’t Be Dead

Bluesdoodles USA: Teeny Tucker – put your red dress on

Acoustic/Solo: Myles Kennedy – Year of The Tiger

Instrumental: Joe Satriani – What Happens Next

Singer/Songwriter: Blind Lemon Pledge – Evangeline

Debut Album: Bad Flowers (renamed WolfJaw) – Starting Gun

Tom Dixon Reviewer Highlights 2018

Rock: Uriah Heep – Living The Dream

Blues: Layla Zoe – Gemini

Singer/Songwriter: Blind Lemon Pledge

Acoustic: Layla Zoe – Gemini (Fragility)

Guitarist: Jon Diamond

Vocalist: Sari Schorr

Bassist: Michael Rhodes

Drummer: Anton Fig

Harpist: Jan Laaks

Multiple Appearances on Albums Tom Hambridge – for writing, producing and playing on numerous albums as well as producing one of his own. All of them were excellent…Joe Bonamassa, Buddy Guy etc. etc.

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