jazz & blues album reviews

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Sister Lucille – Alive | Album Review

Sister Lucille – Alive Endless Blues Records www.sisterlucilleband.com CD: 11 Songs, 50 Minutes Styles: Soul-Influenced Blues, Funk, R&B, Debut Album Alive, the initial public offering (ha) from Sister Lucille of southwest Missouri, is three words that start with S: smooth, subtle, sensual. This collection of funk, R&B, and soul-influenced blues is not only a cut …

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Jay Walter & The Rectifiers – Rectification! | Album Review

Jay Walter & The Rectifiers – Rectification www.jaywalter.com self release 11 songs time – 47:59 Yes Margaret real blues based on The Chicago blues sound and other blues influences does exist. By golly Jay Walter and The Rectifiers actually do live up to the build up of their promo sheet. Unlike some other bands that …

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The Spectaculars – Let’s Hear Us, Now! | Album Review

The Spectaculars – Let’s Hear Us, Now! Spex-Tone Records www.thespectacularsband.com CD: 11 Songs, 47 Minutes Styles: Contemporary Electric Blues Rock, All Original Songs   When it comes to certain bands, their names are as iconic as their music. The Doors. The Who. Fleetwood Mac. Diarrhea Planet (okay, not that last one, but it was an …

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