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Little Milton Campbell was an accomplished blues musician. A performer known for his extraordinary technique, soulful voice, and unique blend of musical styles, Milton was also admired for his staying power. A talented musician and shrewd businessman, he recorded and performed consistently for over 50 years. While Milton may not have developed the clearly identifiable sound of some of his peers, which may explain why he never became a "top forty" favorite, he managed to use his extraordinary musical skills to change with the times. Until his death in 2005, Milton provided his audiences with contemporary music while staying true to his Mississippi Delta roots

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Article: Album Review

Louisiana Soul Revival: Louisiana Soul Revival Featuring Doug Duffey

Read "Louisiana Soul Revival Featuring Doug Duffey" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki


Louisiana Soul Revival (LSR) frontman and primary composer Doug Duffey--already enshrined in the Louisiana Hall of Fame (in 2001) and the National Blues Hall of Fame (2009)--sure knows his musical roots. “North Louisiana, in the Mississippi Delta, has deep musical roots in the blues, Memphis soul, southern gospel, rock 'n' roll, folk, and hybrids that are ...

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Article: From the Inside Out

From Microtones to Mauro to MFSB

Read "From Microtones to Mauro to MFSB" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki


Dave Fiuczynski Flam! Blam! Pan-Asian Microjam! RareNoise Records 2016 Simultaneously dedicated to 20th century classical composer Olivier Messiaen and legendary rap and hip-hop producer J Dilla, Flam! Blam! Pan-Asian Microjam! is a musical adventurer's dream and a purist's nightmare. But anything more conventional from conceptualist, composer and guitarist ...

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Article: Profile

Claude Nobs: We All Came Out To Montreux...

Read "Claude Nobs: We All Came Out To Montreux..." reviewed by Ian Patterson


Montreux Jazz Festival is fifty. It's a significant milestone and cause for celebration. No doubt there will be an added festive element to this year's edition of the festival, founded by Claude Nobs--along with pianist Géo Voumard and writer René Langel--in 1967. Yet for many, the celebrations will be tinged with sadness due to the absence ...

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Article: Live Review

Tedeschi Trucks Band at Red Rocks

Read "Tedeschi Trucks Band at Red Rocks" reviewed by Geoff Anderson


Tedeschi Trucks Band Red Rocks Denver, CO July 25, 2014 Never underestimate the power of a cover. A cleverly selected and well executed cover tune can be like a firecracker with a too-short fuse, a shot of vodka when you expected water, a lightning bolt out of a clear, blue sky. ...

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Article: Album Review

Lucky Peterson: The Son Of A Bluesman

Read "The Son Of  A Bluesman" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


When the multi-talented Lucky Peterson sings of blues in his blood, it's not merely figurative boasting; Peterson's pedigree reads like a partial history of the music. Peterson was born into the blues, growing up in a home where his father--James Peterson--played guitar, sang, and passed on his gifts to his offspring. More importantly, ...

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Article: Live Review

Sedona Jazz on the Rocks Festival 2010

Read "Sedona Jazz on the Rocks Festival 2010" reviewed by Patricia Myers


Sedona Jazz on the Rocks FestivalPoco Diablo ResortSedona, AZ October 2, 2010 After a year's hiatus due to financial problems, the 29th Sedona Jazz on the Rocks Festival promised a “ReJAZZination," aimed at boosting attendance by having more blues and R&B. Unfortunately, the festival's original jazz focus suffered because the sounds ...

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Think of Me

Label: Telarc Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Gonna Find Me Somebody to Love; Let Your Love Rain Down on Me; The Blues is My Companion; Something Wonderful; Gone with the Wind; I'll Be; Next to You; Think of Me (Thinking of You); Reconsider Me; Second Hand Love; Feel Like a Man; That's Where It's At.

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Article: Album Review

Little Milton: Think of Me

Read "Think of Me" reviewed by Jim Santella


Little Milton, 71, has co-written ten new songs for this album along with members of his band. Following in the shadow of his trademark anthem “The Blues is Alright," Milton now adds “The Blues is My Companion," where he waxes poetically with an oral biography that suits you and me and everybody else who has ever ...


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