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CD Reviews R&B

By Richard L'Hommedieu
In CD Review Funk
Oct 10th, 2016
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The Isley Brothers “Groove with You…Live!” www.RealGoneMusic.com Originally recorded at Bearsville Sound Studio in Woodstock, NY from 1980 – this live set was buried until last year’s Record Store Day (2015) release as a limited edition vinyl LP.  Around the same time it was also made available...
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 Richard L'Hommedieu
In CD Reviews R&B
Aug 15th, 2016
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Wilson Pickett “Land of 1000 Dances – The Complete Atlantic Singles Vol. 1” www.RealGoneMusic.com One of the most significant sixties soul superstars; Wilson Pickett invented some of the most ardent dancefloor favorites of all time. Pickett also originated the early sounds of southern Soul co-authore...
By Richard Ludmerer
In CD Reviews INDIE Blues
Jul 29th, 2016
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Earl Thomas Crow Earl Thomas Music Earl Thomas Bridgeman Jr. was born in 1960 in Pikeville, Tennessee. Thomas was 22 and on his way to becoming a dentist when he suffered an accident. Upon regaining consciousness he decided instead to pursue his passion…to become a singer. His first album was 1991’s ...
By Richard Ludmerer
In CD Reviews INDIE Blues
Jul 10th, 2016
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William Bell This is Where I Live Stax Records William Bell was born William Yarbrough in 1939. He was part of the Memphis based Stax Records roster that included Otis Redding, Sam & Dave, The Staple Singers and Isaac Hayes. In 1961 he released his first hit single “You Don’t Miss Your Water”. Th...
By Richard Ludmerer
In CD Reviews INDIE Blues
Jul 9th, 2016
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Lady A Loved, Blessed & Blues Dexter Allen Entertainment Anita White a.k.a. Lady A hails from the Pacific Northwest. Her high energy and sometimes sultry/sometimes husky voice has been compared with Tina Turner. She has opened for Denise LaSalle, Little Milton, Dr. John and Shemekia Copeland. She...
By Richard L'Hommedieu
In CD Reviews Jazz
Mar 29th, 2016
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Herbie Mann “Live at the Whisky 1969 The Unreleased Masters ” 2-CD’swww.RealGoneMusic.com The original 1969 “Live at the Whisky A Go Go” vinyl LP on Atlantic Records was produced by the legendary Nesuhi Ertegun (an early originator at Atlantic) recorded by fabled audio engineer Wally Heider via his m...
By Richard L'Hommedieu
In CD Reviews INDIE Blues
Dec 14th, 2015
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Wilson Pickett “Mr. Magic Man: The Complete RCA Studio Recordings” (2 CD’s) www.RealGoneMusic.com This two CD box-set encompasses Wilson Pickett’s four RCA albums: “‘Mr. Magic Man,” ‘Miz Lena’s Boy,” “Pickett in the Pocket,” and “Join Me and Let’s Be Free” from 1973 through 1975 with four previously ...
By Rhetta
In CD Reviews INDIE Blues
May 12th, 2015
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Tad Robinson is a soul singer worthy of compare to greats like Al Green and Marvin Gaye. He is also a talented songwriter just as capable of writing and performing his own songs about the many nuances of relationships as he is of doing a great c0ver like the one on Day Into Night of […]...
By Richard L'Hommedieu
In CD Reviews INDIE Blues
Mar 22nd, 2015
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Betty LaVette “Child of the Seventies” www.RealGoneMusic.com It has taken nearly forty years to have Betty LaVette’s “Child of the Seventies” unearthed, but the wait was worth it as this lost gem has aged like a fine bottle of wine. Soon to be seventy years young – the youthful soul diva had se...
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