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ELIZA NEALS 10,000 Feet Below

ELIZA NEALS 10,000 Feet Below

Album review for the new self-produced record from blues-rocker Eliza Neals - 10,000 Feet Below. This Detroit Music Award winner has received the highest critical acclaim from both sides of the pond where comparisons have been made with Beth Hart and Janis Joplin. There are a few guest performers here too with Paul Nelson, Billy Davis, Howard Glazer and an assortment of drummers.

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ELVIN BISHOP Elvin Bishop’s Big Fun Trio

ELVIN BISHOP Elvin Bishop’s Big Fun Trio

Big Fun is exactly what you get here from Rock And Roll Hall Of Famer and blues master Elvin Bishop – along with his friends, guitarist/pianist Bob Welsh and percussionist/vocalist Willy Jordan with his latest musical mixture, Elvin Bishop’s Big Fun Trio was released on February 10th 2017. It's rootsy, spirited and soulful, with a happy-go-lucky vibe, check it out here.

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ERJA LYYTINEN The Sky Is Crying

ERJA LYYTINEN The Sky Is Crying

ERJA LYYTINEN The Sky Is Crying Tuohi Records Tributes to American blues legends are risky especially when attempts are made to stick to the original versions of songs. Omar Dykes succeeded vocally with his heartfelt Howlin’ Wolf tribute, and Rory Block’s homage to Mississippi John Hurt was brilliant because she is an established authority on...

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ERIC CLAPTON Behind The Sun

ERIC CLAPTON Behind The Sun

ERIC CLAPTON Behind The Sun Audio-Fidelity hybrid SACD Another Audio Fidelity album released on SACD this is Clapton’s ninth studio album originally released in 1985. Clapton was in fine form both vocally and of course on the fret board, best shown perhaps on Same Old Blues. It was said at the time that the final...

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ELI COOK Primitive Son

ELI COOK Primitive Son

ELI COOK Primitive Son Cleopatra Records Eli Cook might not be famous in the UK but he is a highly respected member of the group of exciting young guitarists who occupy the space between blues sensibilities and Southern rock attitudes with some aplomb. In fact this is Eli’s fifth album since 2004 and he just...

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ERJA LYYTINEN The Sky Is Crying

ERJA LYYTINEN The Sky Is Crying

ERJA LYYTINEN The Sky Is Crying Tuohi Records Tributes to American blues legends are risky especially when attempts are made to stick to the original versions of songs. Omar Dykes succeeded vocally with his heartfelt Howlin’ Wolf tribute, and Rory Block’s homage to Mississippi John Hurt was brilliant because she is an established authority on...