MISSISSIPPI MACDONALD – Do Right, Say Right (album)
Do Right, Say Right **** – Superior soul-blues singing and songwriting” Mojo, Issue 345 July 2022. Hit buy link to artist site for exclusive signed copy.
STEVE BAILEY feat. Mississippi MacDonald – Crazy ‘Bout You : A Tribute to Sonny Boy Williamson (album)
Multi award winning Harmonica player from Seattle paying tribute to his greatest influence Sonny Boy Williamson II, delivering fresh and vibrant new versions. Aided by the Albert Collins like blues stylings of Mississippi MacDonald.
DAVE EDMUNDS – It’ll Be Me (single)
Vintage Edmunds interpretation of a rock n roll classic, this time a version of the Jack Clement song by way of the 1957 Sun Records Jerry Lee Lewis hit. An outtake from the AGAIN sessions, remastered.
MISSISSIPPI MACDONALD – It Can’t Hurt Me (radio edit)(single)
“… very fine blues performance, a little like a Jimmy Reed number reinterpreted by Malaco in the 80s maybe, with big horns, cool Hammond organ, backing vocals and some sharp guitar licks in an Albert King bag.” Norman Darwen (Blues In The South)
MISSISSIPPI MACDONALD – I Was Wrong (single)
Classic Soul-Blues for today, award winning UK blues guitarist, singer/songwriter, new single with the vibe of a Hi label record.
SONIC BLUE – (It’s) All Over Now (single)
Single from Sonic Blue’s album Last Train, the Bobby and Shirley Womack classic brilliantly re-imagined as a slice of southern rock n soul.
SONIC BLUE – Last Train (album
Stephen Brayne’s album with his Sonic Blue band and their maximum R&B sounds, reinterpreting classic Blues songs with a fresh and funky approach.
DAVE EDMUNDS – Again (single)
Edmunds return to form with his own composition about going through the motions of love once more, set in his classic rocking’ rhythm n blues idiom. Coupled with another self penned song, People Wanna Get High, and Edmunds comment on modern society.
NIALL KELLY – Promenade (album)
A perfect live-in-the-studio style recording, the balance throughout Promenade between country-soul ballad, mid tempo Americana and rocking R’n’B is right on the money.
NIALL KELLY – Not Sleeping (SE) (album)
A Celtic Country, Blues, Americana fusion, this ‘special edition’ of Niall’s second album comes with a bonus disc containing the first the album Hand In Fire, plus an unreleased track.
THE MICK COX BAND – The Mick Cox Band (album)
1973 album from ex-Eire Apparent guitarist/song writer, later spending many years with Van Morrison. This eponymous album was fronted by Tony O’Malley (vcls) with Frank Collins/Dyan Birch/Paddie McHugh (bvs) soon to be Kokomo. Produced by Shel Talmy. CD in card digipak with booklet and 8 bonus tracks.
KOKOMO – To Be Cool : The Rehearsal Sessions (album)
Brit Soul-Funk legends Kokomo documented during the period between late 1973 to late 1974 , live session recordings plus bonus disc with previously 7 unreleased tracks, running time 115 mins.
THE AEROVONS – A Little More (album)
Tom Hartman’s coda to Resurrection, here conjuring a winning return to harmony pop-psych magic, which as Shindig magazine says “young pretenders should take note”.
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THE AEROVONS – Swinging London (single)
Single Swinging London, the song by Tom Hartman all about his extraordinary trip to London from St Louis in 1969, to record for Parlophone at Abbey Road.
JESSE HECTOR – Running Wild (album + film)
A digi-pack presentation with colour booklet, the album of all Jesse’s 1990’s recordings, many recorded at Toe Rage Studios, plus the DVD of our Jesse documentary A Message To The World filmed and directed by Caroline Catz (the director of Delia Derbyshire:The Myths and The Legendary Tapes).
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