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четверг, 9 июля 2020 г.

R.J Benning - Runaway Train

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 2020
Time: 37:12
Size: 85,8 MB
Label: Self-Released
Styles: Blues/Roots/R&B/Americana
Art: Front

Tracks Listing:
 1. Backsliding Blues - 2:59
 2. Runaway Train - 5:09
 3. Daddy's Little Girl - 4:25
 4. 3 Beers & Play - 3:25
 5. Everything A Girl Could Want - 3:03
 6. Heaven & Heck - 3:48
 7. The Other Side Of Me - 3:12
 8. No Rhyme No Reason - 4:12
 9. Cc Rider Returns - 3:44
10. Road Of Life - 3:10

Runaway Train is R.J Benning’s first release. This album was recorded, mixed, and co-written by Bob Kinney at Bk Tunes in Rio Vista, CA. I have a great love of music. I have been influenced by countless musicians from the earliest Ragtime and Blues greats to more modern, Pop, Country, Rock and Singer Songwriter. I still believe music should tell a story. I sincerely hope you enjoy my stories.

Runaway Train

среда, 8 июля 2020 г.

Izo Fitzroy - How The Mighty Fall

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 2020
Time: 44:23
Size: 102,1 MB
Label: Jalapeno Records
Styles: Soul/Rhythm & Blues/Contemporary R&B
Art: Front

Tracks Listing:
 1. Ain't Here for Your Pleasure [Explicit] - 3:43
 2. Red Line - 3:34
 3. I Want Magic - 4:47
 4. Blind Faith - 5:11
 5. Give Me a Moment - 4:02
 6. Purify - 3:47
 7. Slim Pickings - 3:50
 8. Pushing Buttons - 3:58
 9. Wolves in Disguise - 3:32
10. Liftin' Me - 3:52
11. When the Wires Are Down - 4:03

Vocal powerhouse Izo FitzRoy exploded on to the scene in 2017 with her debut LP 'Skyline', the album incorporating a stunning fusion of styles spanning gospel, funk and soul as Izo's raw bluesy tone and direct lyricism took centre stage. Her new album 'How The Mighty Fall' builds further on the soul foundations of her debut. Recorded between Paris, London and Sheffield, it sees her collaborating with three stellar producers and a host of talented musicians. Disco royalty – Dimitri From Paris (Glitterbox, BBE) directs fellow Parisians Cotonete on her smash single 'I Want Magic'. Studio wizard Shawn Lee (BBE, Ubiquity) brings the funky AOR vibes on 'Slim Pickings' and the Mercury Prize nominated - Colin Elliott (Richard Hawley, Jarvis Cocker, Paul Weller) who produced the bulk of the album, completes the trio. Guesting on the record are the UK's most in demand brass section – The Haggis Horns and Izo's long-time collaborators - Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir.Conceived during the aftermath of the breakdown of her long-term relationship, Izo looked to this personal experience for inspiration for the album as well as casting further afield at the wider themes of mental, societal and communication breakdowns.Despite the strong material, at one point it seemed the record might never materialise. Just as the world was getting on board with her debut LP and international touring was taking off, Izo lost the use of her voice and required surgery on her vocal chords in the second part of 2018. A long schedule of vocal rehabilitation was necessary to get back to a position where she could first talk, then sing regularly enough to get back to work.Thankfully after this difficult personal period for her, the silver lining from the experience was that post-recovery she gained a whole new octave at the top of her vocal range! This in turn has influenced her song writing on the album and allowed her to enhance her compositions with more vocal light and shade from this unexpected gift.

How The Mighty Fall

Eric Brooke - Eric Brooke's Blues Bordello

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 2020
Time: 32:33
Size: 78,2 MB
Label: Self Released
Styles: Blues/Blues Rock
Art: Front

Tracks Listing:
 1. 3 Long Weeks Of Drinkin' - 3:04
 2. I'm Too Happy (To Sing The Blues) - 4:07
 3. Best Damn Thing (That Never Happened To Me) - 3:53
 4. Not Built That Way - 5:39
 5. Dirty Bike - 2:47
 6. She Gets Me Up - 6:22
 7. Movin' Uptown - 2:43
 8. Government Is Drunk On Power (Covid 19 Blues) - 3:56

Eric Brooke is quite a fame personality. He has played more than 3,000 concerts since 2000, performed with Ian Anderson and other legends, recorded with Butch Wiig, Keith Olsen, Joe Vitale, Don Dixon. A new album is a collection of songs that were previously on his albums plus new compositions.

Eric Brooke's Blues Bordello

вторник, 7 июля 2020 г.

Mark Searcy - Power Of Love

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 2020
Time: 45:58
Size: 105,3 MB
Label: Moose Milk Music
Styles: Blues
Art: Front

Tracks Listing:
 1. House Where Nobody Lives - 4:51
 2. Ding Dong Diddley Dadgum - 3:59
 3. Free - 4:55
 4. Power Of Love - 4:11
 5. Blue Star - 4:37
 6. Time Keeps Slipping - 3:44
 7. Col Du Tourmalet - 5:17
 8. Dead Boy's Rag - 3:33
 9. Back In My Arms - 4:44
10. Farewell To Jake - 6:02

American guitarist and songwriter Mark Searcy Middleton has a unique and diverse musical background. As an Arkansas native, he began guitar during his early teen years, but put it down for 15 years to raise a family and started back as a form of rehabilitation after a work accident severely damaged several fingers.  He soon immersed himself in the pre-war blues of the 1920s and 30s, and his solo acoustic blues recording of Blind Man's Blues earned his first nomination as "Musician of the Year" at the 2007 Texas Music Awards. He later won the award in 2014 for the colorful and all instrumental "Hazepipe" release. His body of work now contains 11 albums representing diverse influences ranging from Robert Johnson to Jimi Hendrix and fuses blues, rock, and jazz into original songwriting including ensemble, instrumental and solo compositions.

Power Of Love

Broke Fuse + Friends - Why Should I Be Blue?

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 2020
Time: 27:53
Size: 65,2 MB
Label: Self Released
Styles: Blues/Roots/Americana
Art: Front

Tracks Listing:
 1. Blow All The Blues Away - 4:06
 2. Rack 'Em Up - 2:39
 3. Night Before - 2:54
 4. You Know It's True (Feat. Sandra Bouza) - 3:58
 5. Whisky Bottles - 3:44
 6. Bluffer's Blues - 4:52
 7. The Runner Duck - 2:15
 8. Why Should I Be Blue? - 3:21

Featuring remote contributions from Mike McKenna, Sandra Bouza, Alex Matthew, Frank Baraczka, Attila Baraczka, Paul Butters, Matthew Bartram, Steve McNie, Alex Cheung and Frank Horvat.Jay Moonah (Broke Fuse) has been active on the Canadian music scene for more than 30 years and is a former member of a number of bands including indie-roots-rockers Uncle Seth and retro-folk act The McFlies. Jay is also co-founder of the Scarborough Uke Jam.  While probably best known on the Toronto blues scene as a harmonica specialist, Jay plays a number of different instruments and is also a singer and songwriter.
In 2014, Jay decided he wanted to form a band to play the original blues songs he had been writing as well as classic songs from Willie Dixon, Jimmy Reed, Lead Belly, Bob Dylan, and many others. After struggling to find people who could commit, he decided to embrace the challenge of being a one-man band using all available limbs playing guitar, harmonica, suitcase kick-drum and tambourine all at once. As Broke Fuse, he released two EPs The Underground in 2015 & Broke Down + Blue in 2017, which offered Moonah some success, securing opening slots for acclaimed artists such as Suzie Vinnick, Tim Williams, Al Lerman and Greg Godovitz, as well as a showcase at the TD Toronto Jazz Festival. In 2017 Jay teamed up with legendary guitarist Mike McKenna (Luke & The Apostles, McKenna Mendelson Mainline) to form McKenna Moonah Blues Duo. Mike and Jay later formed the rockabilly band the Rockin’ Redcoats, which also included Cleave Anderson (Battered Wives, Blue Rodeo). Early in 2020 Jay decided it might be time to add some additional members to Broke Fuse and began rehearsals with other musicians toward that end. Unfortunately, the Covid-19 crisis put the breaks on this plan, so Jay switched gears and decided to engage as many of his musical friends as he could to collaborate remotely. The recording experience was a bit of a bumpy process, but the results speak for themselves.

Why Should I Be Blue?

Jeff Cowell - Millie Hill Slide

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 2020
Time: 55:34
Size: 127,4 MB
Label: Spread Eagle Records
Styles: Blues
Art: Front

Tracks Listing:
 1. Sunshine Bound - 5:01
 2. Let It Ride - 4:01
 3. Sundown Man - 3:32
 4. Run That Magic Mile - 3:49
 5. Sad State Of Affairs - 6:59
 6. Have Some Fun - 2:38
 7. Dead End Street - 5:31
 8. Mia Mia - 3:33
 9. Mixed Up With You - 3:48
10. Homeless Man - 4:22
11. Lady Musician - 4:55
12. On Our Knees - 7:19

The latest collection of all-new music from Jeff Cowell is a wonderfully spontaneous and energetic romp through twelve blues-based originals, showcasing bright electric slide guitar. Ranging lyrically from thoughtful to playful, somber to irreverent, featuring infectious melodies atop driving rhythms, each track is a new gem from a musical jewelsmith. Jeff Cowell is a musician, writer, and painter from the U.P. of Michigan whose earliest recordings are enjoying a surge of popularity through digital media. He recently published a definitive collection of his life's work in poetry, "Another Life," released in 2018.

Millie Hill Slide

четверг, 2 июля 2020 г.

Louisiana Red - Live In Montreux

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 2001
Time: 44:42
Size: 102,8 MB
Label: Corazong Records
Styles: Louisiana Blues
Art: Full

Tracks Listing:
 1. Bring It On Home To Me - 3:34
 2. First Degree - 3:21
 3. Look At The Children Run - 3:38
 4. My Heart's A Looser - 4:08
 5. When My Mama Was Living - 5:01
 6. Held Up In One Town - 4:14
 7. Turkey Killer - 3:30
 8. Date With Barbara - 3:31
 9. Standing At Your Door - 5:23
10. Going Train Blues - 4:30
11. Sweet Blood Call - 3:47

For a taste of eccentric acoustic slide guitar playing in the Delta tradition, check out Louisiana Red’s Live in Montreux. Recorded in 1975 at the famed festival in Switzerland, this one documents one of the few remaining links to the blues giants of the past while he was still in his prime. On raw, rockin’ renditions of Sam Cooke’s “Bring It on Home to Me” and originals like “First Degree” and “Held Up in One Town,” Red delivers riveting vocals while showing the profound influence of Elmore James.

Live In Montreux

Paul Black and the Flip Kings - How How

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 1985
Time: 37:32
Size: 87,0 MB
Label: Paradise Records
Styles: Blues/Electric Blues
Art: Front

Tracks Listing:
 1. (Got To) Rockabye My Baby - 4:29
 2. Ghost Town Gal - 3:59
 3. Lies Lies - 4:41
 4. Is Everything Allright - 3:56
 5. Wee Wee Hours - 7:47
 6. I Cross My Heart - 3:39
 7. The Red Rooster - 6:27
 8. Rock My Blues Away - 2:34

Paul Black is a bad guy. He rides a black horse and that ain't all. Sometimes he even got the bad attitude. Check out his lyrics on "Rockabye". The title sounds like maybe it's a lullabye, right? Wrong. Paul sings "I'll take out your teeth and I'll suck on your gums". Bring this guy home to momma and you're out of the will. But Paul also got the goods. He's a gunslinger, like Bo Diddley wishes he were. His guitar is on fire. It's all over the music, like grease on a ball bearing or like slither on a snake. This boy is hard to handle.
The band is real nice too. "Lies Lies" in particular shows that Billy McDuffee has no problems going to his left, and Fat Richard makes a tasty horn section throughout. I also want to say a big warm hello to my friends Ted Wingfield and Jers Baby, two guys that don't compromise when it comes to the blues. I highly recommend these tunes bu Paul Black & The Flip Kings to civil servants, foreign dignities, members of the press corps and anybody passing through life and looking for an interesting bend in the road.

How How

Cry Baby And The Hoochie Coochie Boys - Sweet Thing

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 2011
Time: 57:55
Size: 132,8 MB
Label: Self Released
Styles: Blues/Rockin Blues
Art: Front

Tracks Listing:
 1. Sweet Thing - 4:15
 2. Any Way You Want Me/Bright Lights - 3:37
 3. Don't Lie to Me Baby - 5:12
 4. I Sing the Blues - 5:44
 5. Burlesque Dancer - 6:35
 6. Wild About You Baby - 3:25
 7. Ain't Nothing But the Blues - 5:25
 8. I Want to Be Loved - 3:38
 9. Zydeco Boogie - 6:01
10. Gimme One More Shot - 3:39
11. Holding On - 5:47
12. Build Me a Woman - 4:31

We are a 5 piece rhythm and blues outfit, based in and around the Potteries which is made up of six distinct towns: Tunstall, Burslem, Hanley, Stoke, Fenton and Longton - collectively known as "THE POTTERIES".Cry Baby and The Hoochie Coochie Boys were formed in 2008 and started gigging in their stompin’ ground around ‘The Potteries’ Stoke-On-Trent in May 2009….and here we are now in 2017 with our second album “I Got News” out and about. We play festivals, pub/club gigs local and far and wide, and occasional private parties, we really do love what we do, you will see that at any of our performances! So why ‘Cry Baby and The Hoochie Coochie Boys?', starting with The Hoochie Coochie Boys, the band has been heavily influenced by the Chicago Blues sound, as well as a British influence from Nine Below Zero & Dr. Feelgood, and Hoochie Coochie Boys is a nod to the great Muddy Waters. Rob Wilkinson under pins the band with fine harmonica playing and a wailing tone, hence the Cry Baby. Band members Rob Wilkinson (Harmonica & Vocals), Vince Cutcliffe (Guitar and Vocals), Paddy O'Rourke (Drums and Vocals), Mark Hargreaves (Keyboards and Vocals), Chris Bevington (Bass).The band feeds off live gigs and whilst we’ve all been around the block a few times, we ensure that we deliver a highly energized performance by limiting gigs to one or two a month, in that way we hit the stage bursting.

Sweet Thing

Fontaine Brown - Tales from the Fence Line

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 2008
Time: 48:00
Size: 110,5 MB
Label: Manatee Records
Styles: Blues/Blues Rock
Art: Full

Tracks Listing:
 1. Ain't No Brakeman - 4:14
 2. Fence Line - 5:12
 3. Detroit Saturday - 4:03
 4. Closer to the Flame - 3:18
 5. Love Come Rescue Me - 3:40
 6. Southside Story - 4:47
 7. Lost in the Sensation - 3:50
 8. Wreck at the Crossroads - 3:16
 9. Just Out of Reach - 4:36
10. Pool of Light - 3:35
11. Got to Git - 3:55
12. Endless Road - 3:27

I can't tell you where the Fence Line is, says Fontaine Brown, but it's a real place, and if you've ever been there you know it. And if you make it back you can definitely tell some Tales. Some Tales from the Fence Line. Am I being just vague enough? Just so. Brown s Tales from the Fenceline showcases the voice of an artist with stories of cutting his first single at Chess Studios in Chicago in 1962, of producing his own and Bob Seger s 60s-punk 45s in Detroit, of an apprenticeship under Motown songwriting great Mickey Stevenson, of playing in Southwind a band headed for an Apple Records contract until Apple dissolved, so instead produced by industry stalwart Tommy LiPuma and after all that, not before, of a five-year, wandering bar-band tour he describes as his man with no fixed address period. Run that experience through a 200-plus song catalog tapped by the likes of Dave Edmunds, Percy Sledge, John Mayall, Dave Alvin, Joe Louis Walker, Emmylou Harris and sampled by Gorillaz and the sum total is an artist who has earned his ideas of what s important yet retained the artist s preference for letting his music speak for itself. Produced by Don Dixon, noted for his work with REM, the Smithereens, Marti Jones, and others, and with a redoubtable studio band of Dixon, Jim Brock, Mitch Easter, and Peter Holsapple supporting Brown s vocals, guitar, and blues harp, and with backing vocals by Kelley Ryan, Tales from the Fenceline emerged as a bracing concoction in which roadhouse-R&B rhythms run up seamlessly against mandolin runs or electric sitar. Three songs were layered from Brown s own home-studio demos. The rest rolled out in basically three days time at the Fidelitorium in North Carolina. Don, he s a great engineer, Brown says, he s a great bass player, and you go in there, and it s like a train leaving the station. You d better be on it. And those musicians, I never have enjoyed myself more. The only thing I hated was that it was over so fast. Playing the role of guiding light, as Brown describes it, was his longtime friend Dan Bourgoise, the founder and recently retired chief of the indie publishing firm Bug Music. Brown and Bourgoise came up together in the 1960s Detroit rock & roll scene, and later, after both had moved to California, they co-produced The Further Adventures of Charles Westover, a Sgt. Pepper era album by their Detroit buddy Del Shannon, of Runaway fame.
When Dan decided he was going to retire from Bug, Brown recalls, he said, You know, that was always one of the most fun things that I did in my life, is when we did that album with Del. And I would like to get back together and do an album with you, and you record all these songs of yours that other people have been recording, and let s have a ball. Born in 1942 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Douglas Fontaine Brown took to the road at the age of two weeks when his father got the wanderlust and bought a trailer. We took off, and for the next seven years we just criss-crossed the country, Brown says. He would stop in a place that he liked, and he d get himself a job. Back in Ann Arbor by age nineteen, and fanatical about the rock & roll generation of Elvis Presley, Little Richard, and Fats Domino, Brown was making music with friends when one of them told him that Ollie McLaughlin, a local DJ who had managed Del Shannon, was looking for talent. Brown wrote a song, McLaughlin liked it, and next thing he knew, Brown was recording his debut single for the Chess Records companion imprint Checker. That was called Blue Night. And that was also my first song that I d ever written, and first time I d ever sung into a microphone or anything, Brown says. It was just a fluke. He next formed Doug Brown & the Omens and started to make a name on/

Tales from the Fence Line

понедельник, 29 июня 2020 г.

Dedicated Men Of Zion - Can't Turn Me Around

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 2020
Time: 38:46
Size: 88,8 MB
Label: Bible and Tire Recording Co.
Styles: Gospel/Funk/R&B/Soul/Blues
Art: Front

Tracks Listing:
1.Father, Guide Me, Teach Me - 4:21
2.A Leak In This Old Building -3:37
3.Down Here Lord - 3:25
4.I Feel Alright - 3:37
5.Can't Turn Me Around - 5:00
6.You Don't Know - 3:40
7.Leaning On The Lord -3:41
8.When I Look Back- 3:30
9.It's A Shame - 3:13
10.Work Until My Days Are Done - 4:36

Harmony is serious business where the Dedicated Men of Zion come from. For their eldest member Anthony “Amp” Daniels, it was so serious that every day his mother would call her children inside, turn off the television, and make them sing in harmony, talk in harmony, do everything in harmony. Singing well together was a virtue that she and her sisters had learned from their own father, and Anthony gave it to his children in return. Older folks in the Black communities of rural North Carolina relied on that singing for everything in a time when both respect and money were especially scarce. “That’s where that seriousness is from,” Amp remembers. “They demand respect. They’re serious about what they do and they don’t play with God.”
The Dedicated Men of Zion came up out of this singing land of eastern North Carolina, around the city of Greenville and its small neighboring town of Farmville. Each trained in the church and the home, the group’s four vocalists – Anthony Daniels, Antwan Daniels, Dexter Weaver, and Marcus Sugg – share the bond of that upbringing and another more literal bond of kinship (they’re all family now through blood or marriage). Theirs is a community dense with talent and legendary impact on the origins of gospel, funk, R&B, soul, and jazz; a place where the sounds of Saturday night and Sunday morning couldn’t help but jump their lanes. The group’s own backgrounds tell that story. Anthony Daniels, the eldest of the group, led a career in R&B down in Atlanta, backing up the likes of Bebe Winans, Toni Braxton, and Elton John. Antwan Daniels, the youngest member and son of Anthony, was playing keyboards and organ in church while simultaneously injecting his hip-hop production work with traditional gospel roots. But the church was always the backbone. Weaver, whose grandmother managed several gospel groups around Greenville, had sung with elder quartet groups for years, running into Anthony Daniels around the sacred soul circuit. When they both found themselves without a group, Weaver turned to Daniels and said “I don’t know what you’re gonna do but if you do something, I’m on board with you. I want to be with you.” In 2014 Weaver and Daniels, with Antwan on keys, came together to form the Dedicated Men of Zion’s original iteration, along with singers Trevoris Newton and Darren Cannon. The group was quickly gaining a following in eastern North Carolina when Newton suddenly passed away in 2018. The loss of one member was soon followed by Cannon’s departure. The arrival of Marcus Sugg re-completed the group. Sugg, who had grown up singing in church choirs and a little on the side during a stint in the military, was soon to be Anthony Daniels’ son in law. It was with this new vocal lineup that the Dedicated Men of Zion caught the attention of the Music Maker Relief Foundation while performing in a church concert organized by Music Maker and the Glorifying Vines Sisters, the longstanding Farmville gospel institution of Anthony Daniel’s mother and aunts. Joining Music Maker’s artist roster of roots musicians from across the South, the Dedicated Men of Zion began reaching new audiences not yet clued in to the rhythmic, electrified, sacred sounds of the rural southeast. Sacred Soul, being the music of personal and collective survival, even secular audiences were catching the spirit of joy and determination. The message, for Anthony Daniels, was always that “if He did it for me, He’ll do it for you. Just keep praying and love one another.” In troubled times, there’s a need for a hopeful word and a testimony that there is a way. Through Music Maker, the group connected with the newly founded record label Bible & Tire Recording Co., helmed by producer Bruce Watson of Fat Possum Records. Watson had been listening to the hard-praising drive of country gospel coming straight from the church which he’d later coin as “sacred soul”. His new label was delivering that genuine soul sound beyond the church circuits from which it came. The gospel music coming out of those small rural Black churches was in fact the headwaters of much of the commercial music made over the last half century, and Watson was ready to bet that mass audiences, already familiar with the sounds of classic soul, would discover a hunger for gospel’s emotional truth and purposefulness. The Dedicated Men of Zion’s, Can’t Turn Me Around, was recorded in Memphis at Watson’s Delta-Sonic Sound in 2019. Backed by Watson’s all-star studio band, the recordings bring great depth to the incredible harmonies that soar above. The album marks a moment of clarity for the group. By embracing their roots, they knew they were pointedly taking a right turn where some of their peers had veered left in a race to make gospel sound like anything other than what it was back in the day: soul music. 
Each track on Can’t Turn Me Around comes from that overflowing heritage of sacred soul. Tradition sets a high standard of excellence. What more can new artists pour into that cup? The Dedicated Men of Zion accepted that challenge with the seriousness of their raising and the joy of spiritual inspiration. With their second album they get back to where they came from – soul and the salvation of harmony. In Anthony Daniels’ own words, “You want to live, get to where the root is. Get close to the root.”

Can't Turn Me Around

воскресенье, 28 июня 2020 г.

Leadfoot Rivet - Live! In Paris:Soul Blues At The New Morning

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 2003
Time: 52:16
Size: 119,6 MB
Label: Dixiefrog Records
Styles: Blues
Art: Front

Tracks Listing:
1. You're A Fool To Yourself - 4:32
2. Just A Little Bit - 2:45
3. World Of Trouble - 5:36
4. The Things That I Used To Do - 7:13
5. I'd Rather Drink Muddy Water - 4:02
6. Do Right Woman Do Right Man - 5:40
7. Tiger Man- 6:06
8. Part Time Love - 6:22
9. Little Red Rooster- 6:19
10. She Caught The Katy - 3:41

Leadfoot Rivet - lead vocals / harp;
Pat Boudot-Lamot - guitar / slide guitar;
Stan Noubard-Pacha  - electric guitar;
Chris Mellies - electric bass guitar;
Fabrice "Fab Miller" Millerioux - drums.

Recorded live at the legendary venue the New Morning in Paris - France, (where most jazz & blues greats have played over the last 25 years) for thematic TV channel MEZZO with some of the best musicians of the european blues scene, the Bluesmaniacs. Leadfoot RIVET has been a tremendous singer covering a wide range of styles rooted in american music for the last forty years. Gifted with an unusual and powerful voice, his scorching renditions of blues and soul classics or lesser known gems of the repertoire, spiced by a few originals, are impressive. Over the years, he has notably collaborated on stage or in the studio with artists such as Larry Garner, Popa Chubby, Tommy Castro, Duke Robillard, Amos Garrett, Roy Rogers, Joanna Connor, Patrick Verbeke, Tom Principato, Sam Myers, Anson Funderburgh, Smokin’Joe Kubek, John Mooney, Alain Bashung, etc...
More infos at: www.leadfootrivet.com

Soul Blues At The New Morning