I Travel On by Jason Eady is a beautiful authentic Country album of considerable lyrical and musical craft.
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Contributed from long time supporter and reviewer, Tony Ives. Be sure to check out Amanda Anne Platt’s cover of Aretha Franklin’s “Do Right Woman, Do Right Man.”
First impressions of As I Fell by Curse Of Lono bring to mind a Nordic Noir box set: brooding, complex and menacing.
Come Hell Or High Water by Malcolm Holcombe will convince you that folk music still has a place in These Modern Times, if written and sung by people who know how to put their back into their work.
Close and attractive harmonies and catchy folk rock tunes typify Carolina Story’s self-penned songs.
John Paul Keith and Motel Mirrors sideman, Will Sexton, have collaborated and what we get are 13 upbeat tracks of Pop, Rockabilly and Rock n’ Roll.
Whist promoted as Americana (which it is) this nine song release, led by North Carolina native Joe Firstman, harks back to 1970’s Southern Californian rock.
Accomplished understated playing, dovetail harmonies and splendid road tested tunes.
Known and fêted for her Blues catalogue she slips into a more Soul and Rock vibe to deliver 12 songs that mainly visit topical themes of diversity, inclusion and tolerance as she sees them.
A great fun upbeat listen with its crystal clear production values are a real antidote to some of the profundity of many releases out there.
Punk from Ike Reilly, blue-eyed soul from Anderon East, twang from Shooter Jennings & blues Shemekia Copeland. Where else you gonna get a mix like that?