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Eddie C. Campbell

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Article: Live Review

Live From Chicago: Matthew Skoller, Dengue Fever & Christian Scott

Read "Live From Chicago: Matthew Skoller, Dengue Fever & Christian Scott" reviewed by Martin Longley


Matthew Skoller Buddy Guy's Legends September 6, 2015 Perhaps the B.B. King Blues Club in NYC was modelled on Buddy Guy's Chicago joint, which opened way back in 1989. It certainly has a similar feel and concept, although Buddy's is more intimate than B.B.'s and noticeably more devoted to ...

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News: Recording

Delmark New Jazz and Blues Releases for Spring!

Delmark New Jazz and Blues Releases for Spring!

New Delmark Jazz Releases: March 2012 Jeff Parker Bright Light In Winter Delmark DE 2015 BRIGHT LIGHT IN WINTER is the long-awaited third album by Chicago guitarist Jeff Parker. With his associates Chris Lopes (bass) and Chad Taylor (drums), this trio continues their examination of our post-modern musical universe via tuneful compositions ...

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Tear This World Up

Label: Delmark Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Makin' Popcorn; Big World; Easy Baby; Tie Your Time Up; Voodoo; Love Me With a Feeling; Vibrations in the Air; Care; It's so Easy; My Last Affair; I'm Just Your Fool; All Nite; Summertime; Bluesman.

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Article: Album Review

Eddie C. Campbell: Tear This World Up

Read "Tear This World Up" reviewed by Nic Jones


Eddie C. Campbell might have been born in Mississippi, but it's his mastery of Chicago blues, and more particularly the west side variant of the form, that he's known for. He's a guitar slinger of the first order too, one of the few who can still get sufficient life out of the blues form, as opposed ...

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Article: Album Review

Eddie C. Campbell: Tear This World Up

Read "Tear This World Up" reviewed by John Barron


A native of Duncan, Mississippi, guitarist/vocalist Eddie C. Campbell is one of the last of the originators of the West Side sound of Chicago blues still performing in their prime. Campbell began his recording career with a handful of singles in the sixties, but the record that put him on the blues map was King of ...


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