Bernard Allison captured on Songs From The Road

Bernard Allison captured on Songs From The Road This then is a very good live album that may be a bit mono paced but still has plenty to offer. The band is strong and intuitive and, although there was more sax than I was expecting, it still delivers some brilliant guitars too.

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Come On In with Thorbjørn Risager & The Black Tornado

Come On In with Thorbjørn Risager & The Black Tornado has a depth & passion transcending normal structures with 10 wonderfully diverse tracks listen & enjoy a stupendous album

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King Soloman Hicks mines the sounds of Harlem

King Soloman Hicks mines the sounds of Harlem this is an album that promises a hell of a lot for the future of this young and ridiculously talented guitarist. It a strong album on its own too and I doubt if any electric blues lover will not thoroughly enjoy it.

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Find Brighter Days with Robert Randolph & Family

Find Brighter Days with Robert Randolph & Family he sound has a dirty edge that makes this blending of traditional beats and melodies contemporary, exciting and very relevant. In dark times you need music that is upbeat and lifts the mood.

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Thrilling Sean Webster Blues with Three Nights Live

Thrilling Sean Webster Blues with Three Nights Live This is blues that you never get tired of. He and his band never disappoint, they leave you wanting more and this live album is no different. Having captured the live sound on a record we do have a solution just play on repeat.

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Atomic Road Kings Clean Up The Blood

Atomic Road Kings Clean Up The Blood Give this a few listens and you will fall for the masterful instrumentation, the gritty vocals that hit the spot every time, the inventive harp and guitar solos and the way the whole thing just works so well.

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