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CD Reviews Country

By Rhetta
In CD Reviews Country
Dec 27th, 2016
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It’s been more than 25 years since Travis Tritt began his musical career, yet on his 2-disc CD set, Travis Tritt: A Man and His Guitar  – Live from The Franklin Theatre, he sounds as fresh  and relevant as ever. While staying true to his roots, he shows that he is capable of crossing the ...
By Richard L'Hommedieu
In CD Review Funk
Oct 3rd, 2016
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“All Things Must Pass” The rise and fall of Tower Records (96 minute DVD) www.MVDb2b.com – MVDvisual The death of Tower Records was a major blow for many of us who grew up purchasing vinyl LP’s, seven inch forty-fives and CD’, laser discs, and DVD’s. This triumphant and reflective  ...
By Rick Bowen
In Americana Artist
Sep 14th, 2016
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Jesse Dayton The Revealer (Blue Elan records) There is much debate these days as to what is “Real Country music,” but there is no doubt when you hear Texas guitarist, singer/songwriter Jesse Dayton on his new album, The Revealer, released in September of 2016 that he is “The Real Deal.” Dayton won hi...
By Richard Ludmerer
In CD Reviews Americana
May 20th, 2016
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Del McCoury Band Del & Woody McCoury Music Woody Guthrie (1912 – 1967) was a singer, songwriter and musician who wrote hundreds of songs. Many are today considered traditional but included were ballads, children’s songs and political tunes. Best known is his song “This Land is Your Land”. Guthrie...
By Rhetta
In CD Reviews Country
Aug 17th, 2015
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The Mavericks are a party band. They define everything there is to say about “feel-g99d” music. Aside from that, while they are usually classified as country, they are a marvelous mix of roots music, with heavy doses of Latin, rockabilly and Tex-Mex. On the new album, Mono, things get sta...
By Rhetta
In CD Review Funk
Aug 4th, 2015
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Angela Easterling’s voice reminds me of Emmylou Harris. It has that same range and purity. Her new album, “Common Law Wife” finds her backed by some great Nashville musicians and proving that she is, indeed, “a bright new star on the horizon,” as the legendary Roger McGu...
By Rhetta
In CD Reviews Americana
Jun 18th, 2015
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Tiffany Huggins Grant has an amazing voice, perfect for Americana with its mix of “crystal and honey” as the press release accurately describes it. Grant grew up in Smyrna, GA, thus explaining the title, Jonquil Child. Smyrna is known as the “Jonquil City” due to the springtim...
By Richard L'Hommedieu
In CD Reviews Americana
Feb 17th, 2015
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Tony Joe White “The Complete Warner Bros. Recordings” www.RealGoneMusic.com Tony Joe White’s late sixties signing to Monument Records took-off with a series of hits starting with “Polk Salad Annie.” The Real Gone label focuses on his subsequent early seventies output for this double disc compilation ...
By Richard Ludmerer
In CD Reviews Americana
Feb 2nd, 2015
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Live At BB King’s Blues Club, NYC Robert Gordon & Chris Spedding Elvis Birthday Celebration 1/7/2009 A re-print by Richard Ludmerer Actually Elvis’s birthday is 1/8 but it was celebrated last night at BB King’s Blues Club. Featured was the rockabilly great Robert Gordon. An ex-member of the New Y...
By Richard L'Hommedieu
In CD Reviews Americana
Dec 21st, 2014
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Cowboy “5’ll Getcha Ten” www.RealGoneMusic.com I actually saw Cowboy opening for (I don’t recall the band, but it wasn’t the Allman Brothers,) at the Fillmore East, but they were a captivating laidback country-rock band that immediately captured my attention. Cowboy is frequently remembered for their...
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