The Most Southern Blues Band – The Gathering (2013)


01. Life Is a Gamble
02. Snakebite
03. Route 66
04. No Llores
05. Semper Fi (There for You)
06. Outlaws vs. Inlaws
07. And That’s How I Met My Wife
08. Let Her Go
09. Before You
10. Penn Gwen Funk
11. Georgia On My Mind
12. Never Make a Move Too Soon
13. Wanted
14. Day Tripper

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Lou Shields – Stick In The Mud Select Recordings 2009-2012 (2013)

lLou Shields is an Artist, Musician, Teacher and Skateboarder who has been living and working in the Chicago area his entire life. He travels extensively, exploring America in it’s urban and rural character and draws on these life experiences when making his work. His artwork has undergone many transformations/styles over a 20 year period. Shields has created many bodies of work that differ in style and content. His music is rooted in pre and post war 20th century America with a 21st century perspective. He has a deep appreciation for Delta Blues, Country Blues, early Country and beyond. Shields continues that tradition with respect in the 21st century and transcends any specific genre. However, critics have paired his music with the more recent Deep Blues music movement. He has released 2 full length, 3 EP recordings and has been making music for over 20 years.

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Van Morrison – Bristol 16th June 1982


01.Into The Mystic
02.And The Healing Has Begun
04.It’s All In The Game
05.She Gives Me Religion
06.Vanlose Stairway
07.Northern Muse (Solid Ground)
08.Help Me
09.Haunts Of Ancient Peace
10.Dweller On The Threshold
11.Beautiful Vision
12.Celtic Ray
13.Cleaning Windows
14.Full Force Gale
15.Aryan Mist
16.Summertime In England

Band: Phil Coulter – organ, Tom Donlinger – drums, Pee Wee Ellis – saxophones, David Hayes – bass, Mark Isham – trumpet, Pauline Lozano – backing vocals, Chris Michie – guitar, Annie Stocking – backing vocals, Bianca Thornton – backing vocals, Peter Van Hooke – drums

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The Kings Rising – The Kings Rising (2013)

kiTheir recently released 16 track self titled album is a mixture of grunge, hard blues, and southern style rock. The 4 piece outfit is comprised of Stone Mason-vocals/guitar, Ryan Mason-lead guitar, James Lippert-bass/vocals and Josh Fritschle on drums.

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Bloodline – Bloodline (1994)

blBloodline was an American blues rock band composed of the sons of several well-known rock musicians. It was also guitarist Joe Bonamassa’s first band (he was billed as “Smokin’ Joe Bonamassa”).
Bloodline signed to Varèse Sarabande/Capitol in 1994 and released one self-titled album. The group’s members were drummer Erin Davis (son of Miles Davis), rhythm guitarist Waylon Krieger (son of Robby Krieger), and bassist and lead vocalist Berry Oakley, Jr. (son of Berry Oakley), along with Bonamassa, whose parents were musicians, though not famous.For the keyboard parts, the band called veteran keyboard player Lou Segreti. Warren Haynes made a guest appearance on the album. The record produced one hit single, “Stone Cold Hearted”, which reached No. 32 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart.The group split shortly after the release of the record, immediately following a tour opening for Tesla and Lynyrd Skynyrd.

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Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit – Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit (2009)

JIsbell is a former member of the Drive-By Truckers and this is his second solo release. The album was co-produced by Isbell and his new band The 400 Unit with Matt Pence. The album was recorded at the renowned Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL. Isbell, who is following in the tradition of American songwriters who have recorded in North Alabama. Much like Arthur Alexander, Eddie Hinton and Spooner Oldham, Isbell mixes a soulful vocal style with songs that are passionate and unrepentant in their sense of place and direct in their stubborn Southerness.

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Paul Allen & the Underthinkers – Everywhere at Once (2013)

paRenowned philanthropist, Microsoft co-founder, and music veteran Paul Allen and his hard-working band the Underthinkers have completed their first album and major label debut, Everywhere at Once. The all-star, 13-song program of blues-based guitar rock nuggets, featuring contributions from guests Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart, Chrissie Hynde, Joe Walsh, Derek Trucks, Doyle Bramhall, David Hidalgo of Los Lobos, Ivan Neville. The album also includes the song “Divine” which was in the movie, Magic Mike. Paul wrote or co-wrote every song on the album and also plays guitar on almost all the tracks.

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Tom Russell & Patricia Hardin – The Early Years (1994)

tThe folk music world hasn’t exactly been holding its breath waiting for this reissue, but it should have been. Recorded two decades ago by singer/songwriter Tom Russell and his performing partner of the time, Patricia Hardin, the CD combines remastered versions of 1976’s wonderful “Ring of Bone” with 1978’s nearly as good “Wax Museum.” (One track from each LP has been deleted to allow both albums to fit on one CD.) Expect melodically inventive music, heartfelt vocals, and memorable lyrics about everything from life and death in the Southwest to the Hindenburg. (“Wax Museum” ends with the actual radio broadcast of the Hindenburg going down.) “Ring of Bone,” in particular, boasts a charming, homespun feel — not surprising, since it was recorded more or less live on a shoestring budget — and both albums make good use of a wide range of instruments, including sousaphone, trumpet, violin, and what’s billed as a “’50s Guy Lombardo saxophone.”

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