Matthew Robb – Dead Men Have No Dreams

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.

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Dan Burnett Flying Solo with songs from a turbulent decade

Dan Burnett Flying Solo with songs from a turbulent decade the ten tracks deliver strong melodies on piano or guitar and powerful thought-provoking lyrics. A singer/songwriter Flying Solo with confidence and style.

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Sean Taylor takes The Path Into Blue

Sean Taylor takes The Path Into Blue an album for my more introspective moments when, despite the Tobacco And Whiskey warnings, I will lie back with the aforementioned and ponder the rights and wrongs of life, the universe and everything and let Sean’s rectitude, passion and pathos wash over me.

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Journey through Music with Irene Rae’s The Light Game

The lyrics weave in the mood with threads of sounds from jazz, acoustic, country all woven into a diaphanous cloth of sounds by the dextrous vocal skill of Irene Rae’s voice. A perfect addition to lovers of singer/songwriters that soothe the soul and raise the spirit.

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Paul Nelson goes Over Under Through

Paul Nelson goes Over Under Through Singer/songwriter delivers a very good album for lovers of the lighter side of blues and country. The level of skill in the compositions and the playing, particularly of Kevin Barry, is a revelation.

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