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Music Review: Too Slim and The Taildraggers – ‘Anthology’ [2-CD Set]

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This CD features the best of Too Slim and The Taildraggers over 28 years of blues and blues rock. Read More »

Music Reviews: Sharon Marie Cline – ‘This Is Where I Wanna Be'; Kate Ross – ‘People Make the World Go Round’

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Two songstresses deliver some fine jazz albums. Read More »

Music Review: Monks of Mellonwah – ‘Turn The People’

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A new band that spans a few genres, bringing them together in a promising debut album. Read More »

Music Review: Andrea Remondini – ‘Non Sequitur’

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A fluid coming together of potentially clashing sounds that makes for a unique listening experience. Read More »

Music Review: Thorbjørn Risager & The Black Tornado – ‘Too Many Roads’

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Thorbjørn Risager & The Black Tornado are a Danish blues band that pump hot new blood into old forms. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – ‘The GAMBIT – Original Soundtrack’

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'The GAMBIT – Original Soundtrack' will definitely get you moving in one way or another with a nice genre blend between country western and classic orchestral music. Read More »

Music Review: Magos & Limón – ‘Dawn’

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'Dawn' is the kind of successful collaborative effort that presages more to come. Read More »

Music Review: Plastic Yellow Band – ‘Breathe Air’

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A welcome sounding blast of psychedelic-prog fresh air from this South Carolina based New Classic Rock collective. Read More »

Music Review: Joe Louis Walker – ‘The Best Of The Stony Plain Years’

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Selections from Joe Louis Walker's three Stony Plain recordings showcase the many faces of the blues entertainer. Read More »

Music Review: Long John Baldry – ‘The Best of the Stony Plain Years’

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Stony Plain Records' compilation of choice cuts from Long John Baldry are an affordable introduction to the British blues legend's latter-day work. Read More »