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Lucky

Label: Inside Sounds
Released: 2007
Track listing: Can

Needy Time

Label: Inside Sounds
Released: 2007
Track listing: Bring the Boys Back Home; Now Is The Needy Time; Highway 51; Adam and Eve in The Garden Of Eden; Old Millington Winery Blues; God Rode In The Windstorm; Brownsville Blues; Tappin' That Thing; Bottle Up And Go; On The Road Again; Baby, Please Don't Go; Loving Blues; Who's That Yonder; Wartime Blues.

Southern Livin'

Label: Inside Sounds
Released: 2007
Track listing: Fireman; Mississippi; I

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Billy Gibson Band: Southern Livin'

Read "Southern Livin'" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins

A surefire way to annoy, insult, upset or even anger a Mississippian is for some Northerner to spell the state's name in a silly chant: “Em, eye, crooked-letter, crooked-letter, eye, crooked-letter, crooked-letter, eye, humpback-humpback, eye--Mississippi. Billy Gibson and his band get away with it, partly because he's a Southerner who knows, all too well, how the ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Charlie Wood: Lucky

Read "Lucky" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins

Memphis has long been a hotbed of music. It was there that an unknown blues singer named Riley King would later become the biggest name in the genre: B.B. King. The city has also been home to Maurice White of Earth, Wind & Fire, Isaac Hayes, Rufus Thomas and The King: Elvis Presley. A more recent ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

David Evans: Needy Time

Read "Needy Time" reviewed by David King

Call him a scholar, educator, performer, singer, guitarist. David Evans is all of these and, above all else, a preservationist revered for his knowledge of the blues and a commitment to its survival. He has worked preserving the blues for the last forty-five years. He received a Grammy for best album notes for Screamin' and Hollerin' ...

The Billy Gibson Band

Label: Inside Sounds
Released: 2005
Track listing: Down Home; Keep Doin

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Billy Gibson: The Billy Gibson Band

Read "The Billy Gibson Band" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins

If anyone thinks the blues is a dead genre, they're badly mistaken. The Billy Gibson Band rocks from the first note of its new self-titled album. The first song, “Down Home, sets the tone early, with the bandleader on harmonica and lead vocals, singing, “Let's go down, down home, where I play the blues... on my ...

Raw Electric: 1979-80

Label: Inside Sounds
Released: 2002
Track listing: My Woman Done Left Me/ You Don’t Love Me/ Dust My Broom/ Pretty Woman/ Last Night (I Lost the Best Friend I Ever Had)/ Slippin’ and Slidin’/ Going Down South/ Rolling and Tumbling/ How Many More Years/ Well, Well, Well/ Leave Me and My Woman Alone (Friend of Mine)/ My Baby Caught the Train (Who’s Been Talkin’)/ Scrambling For My Shoes (Walking Blues)/ Sitting on Top of the World/ Searching For My Baby/ Going Away, Baby/ Jumper Hanging Out on the Line.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

R.L. Burnside & The Sound Machine: Raw Electric: 1979-80

Read "Raw Electric: 1979-80" reviewed by Derek Taylor

In the intensely fickle proving ground of the music business probability of success routinely defies prognostication. This is particularly true in the realms of niche genres such as blues. A musician can struggle and toil for decades before lightning strikes thrusting him or her into the pale and often fleeting limelight that is public adulation. Bluesman ...


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