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Meredith Monk, Will Mason & The Fabulous Thunderbirds

Read "Meredith Monk, Will Mason & The Fabulous Thunderbirds" reviewed by Martin Longley

Meredith Monk Brooklyn Academy Of Music March 18, 2018 The multivalent Meredith Monk gave the world premiere of her Cellular Songs work at BAM over five days. Your scribe, burdened by a heavy rotation of electronic seances, live soundtrack silent movies and late night jazz jointing, opted for the Sunday ...

Blues and Boogie Vol. 1

Label: Severn Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: TRACKS Bonus Boogie; No Love In My Heart; Ninety Nine; Worried Life Blues; You Upset My Mind; Teenage Beat; Same Old Blues; Searched All Over; From The Bottom; Look Whatcha Done; Blue And Lonesome; Sho Nuff I Do; Learn to Treat Me Right; Edgier; Mean Old Frisco; You’re the One.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Kim Wilson: Blues and Boogie Vol. 1

Read "Blues and Boogie Vol. 1" reviewed by Doug Collette

Spearheaded by this long-time linchpin of the Fabulous Thunderbirds, on Blues and Boogie Vol. 1, a group of musicians as versatile as they are empathetic tackles classics from Little Walter, Elmore James and others. Kim Wilson and the ensemble not only display innate knowledge of its roots, but that elusive joy derived from actively honoring same. ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Live From Birmingham: The Manchester Camerata Orchestra, The Gloaming & Kirk Fletcher

Read "Live From Birmingham: The Manchester Camerata Orchestra, The Gloaming & Kirk Fletcher" reviewed by Martin Longley

The Godfather, with live accompaniment by The Manchester Camerata Orchestra Symphony Hall September 16, 2016 There seems to be a growing tendency for talkie screenings with live musical scoring. Back in the day, it was only silent movies that received the fleshly musician treatment. Current digital technology makes it easier ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mud Morganfield: For Pops | A Tribute To Muddy Waters

Read "For Pops | A Tribute To Muddy Waters" reviewed by Walter Atkins

For this CD release, Mud Morganfield pays tribute and shows love to his father, the legendary blues artist Muddy Waters. Listening to the Mud Morganfield and Kim Wilson disc For Pops | A Tribute To Muddy Waters, the energy of the first track “Gone to Main Street" is impressive. Morganfield's deep bluesy vocals are richly supported ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

The Fabulous Thunderbirds / Dickey Betts: Westbury, NY, July 10, 2010

Read "The Fabulous Thunderbirds / Dickey Betts: Westbury, NY, July 10, 2010" reviewed by Mike Perciaccante

The Fabulous Thunderbirds / Dickey Betts & Great Southern NYCB Theater at Westbury Westbury, New York July 10, 2011 On a pleasant Sunday evening, the crowd outside the NYCB Theater in Westbury was happily buzzing and chattering in anticipation of the boogie-woogie blues and southern rock extravaganza they were about ...


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