Meghan Hayes- Seen Enough Leavers review

Meghan Hayes Seen Enough Leavers Cranky Heartburn Music Noir as song is sometimes difficult to identify, but always seems slightly pretentious when done in reviews: what does it even mean? Well, give a listen to “Georgette,” lead track from Meghan Hayes’ Seen Enough Leavers. “Tomorrow afternoon we’ll go into town. Tomorrow afternoon we’ll go into… Continue reading Meghan Hayes- Seen Enough Leavers review

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Chris Jones & the Night Drivers- The Choosing Road review

Chris Jones & the Night Drivers The Choosing Road Mountain Home In my opinion, and that is what I’m getting paid the big bucks for, there has been no bluegrass band who has recorded more material while remaining more consistent over the last decade than Chris Jones & the Night Drivers. Their albums are freakishly… Continue reading Chris Jones & the Night Drivers- The Choosing Road review

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Adam Holt- Kind of Blues review

Adam Holt Kind of Blues Zenith Records AdamHoltMusic.com Every music writer is looking for a niche, a space all their own. Mine appears to be writing about folks I’ve never before heard, and it is a fine gig. Almost weekly of late I am discovering musicians, singers, and songwriters I have not previously encountered. Holly… Continue reading Adam Holt- Kind of Blues review

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Holly Hyatt- Wild Heart review

Holly Hyatt Wild Heart http://www.HollyHyatt.com Forty-five minutes of feel-goo, soul-drenched, roots and blues. Been having difficulty managing your day? Can’t find the right words for a situation? Facing challenging choices? I’m not going to suggest Wild Heart is going to assist you in navigating obstacles faced today or tomorrow. I will suggest that a couple… Continue reading Holly Hyatt- Wild Heart review

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Buck Owens & the Buckaroos- The Complete Capitol Singles: 1971-1975 review

Buck Owen and the Buckaroos The Complete Capitol Singles: 1971-1975 Omnivore Records Buck Owens scored somewhere around forty Top 10 Country Singles up to 1971; nineteen of those went to Number One. He was arguably the most successful country music artist during the 1960s, creating an industry built around his Bakersfield Sound. Most of the… Continue reading Buck Owens & the Buckaroos- The Complete Capitol Singles: 1971-1975 review

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Al Lerman- Northern Bayou review

Al Lerman Northern Bayou AlLermanMusic.com Al Lerman’s (formerly of Fathead) swampy blues is a highlight of this spring’s blues offerings. Infectious grooves abound. The album kicks off with “Down to the River,” a song possessing a fundamental force of some significance, and just keeps going. Recorded in a ‘live off the floor’ blast of creativity… Continue reading Al Lerman- Northern Bayou review

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