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Love Me Madly

Label: Blue Elan Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Like the World Has Never Seen; Hey Love; Lose My Head; For A Little While; Gotta Be A Way; Misery With You; Love Me Madly; Give It Up; How My Dreams They Go; Fall In Love ; Answer The Phone.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gina Sicilia: Love Me Madly

Read "Love Me Madly" reviewed by Doug Collette

It is not to disparage Gina Sicilia in any way to say that she has come of age with her ninth album, Love Me Madly. Produced by North Mississippi Allstars' Cody Dickinson and prominently featuring Luther Dickinson, his sibling and co-founder of that group, the record carries some cosmetic similarities to the vintage sound of Philadelphia ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

ELLNORA: The Guitar Festival

Read "ELLNORA: The Guitar Festival" reviewed by John Ephland

Krannert CenterELLNORA: The Guitar Festival Champaign/Urbana, IL September 5-7, 2019 It takes place every other year; every odd year. Going back to 2005, ELLNORA: The Guitar Festival, held in the University of Illinois' Champaign-Urbana' one-stop-shop Krannert Center, has been celebrating the works of an amazing array of plectrists from all walks ...

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Colin Linden & Luther Dickinson: Amour

Read "Amour" reviewed by Doug Collette

On Amour, Colin Linden (of Blackie & The Rodeo Kings) and Luther Dickinson (from North Mississippi Allstars) offer a collaborative paean to romantic love that is not entirely sentimental. Even on such an otherwise earnest effort, there is an inherent danger that might come across as campy, but the two guitarists/vocalists demonstrate an abiding loyalty to ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Peter Parcek: Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven

Read "Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven" reviewed by Doug Collette

Ably aided and abetted as is Peter Parcek on Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven, he never runs the risk of his own contributions being overshadowed by the esteemed likes of his guests including North Mississippi Allstars' Luther Dickinson, Muscle Shoals veteran Spooner Oldham and long-time Willie Nelson band member Micky Raphael. he guitarist/vocalist/songwriter acquits himself ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Live From Old York: Julian Argüelles, Poltergeist, Dr. Feelgood & North Mississippi All-Stars

Read "Live From Old York: Julian Argüelles, Poltergeist, Dr. Feelgood & North Mississippi All-Stars" reviewed by Martin Longley

The Julian Argüelles Quartet The University Of York October 12, 2013 Saxophonist Julian Argüelles grew up in Birmingham, spent much of his career in London and can now be found stomping around the coastal village of Belhaven in Scotland. Over the years, he's developed an ongoing relationship with The ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Black Crowes: Croweology

Read "Croweology" reviewed by Doug Collette

Croweology is a reaffirmation of the versatility of The Black Crowes lineup as first presented on Warpaint (Silver Arrow, 2008). It also extends the group's reach into the realm of Americana, as introduced on Before the Frost/Until the Freeze (Silver Arrow, 2009) In hearing this two-CD set, it's essential not to compare these new ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Luther Dickinson and The Sons of Mudboy: Onward and Upward

Read "Onward and Upward" reviewed by Doug Collette

Luther Dickinson, a founding member of The North Mississippi Allstars and a guitarist recently recruited into The Black Crowes, is only one member of The Sons of Mudboy, an impromptu gathering of musicians offering a posthumous tribute to Dickinson's father, Jim. The group's name constitutes a further homage to the elder Dickinson, who fronted a band ...

Onward and Upward

Label: Memphis International
Released: 2009
Track listing: Let It Roll; His Eye Is On The Sparrow; Learning On the Everlasting Arms; Up Over Yonder; Softy and Tenderly; Back Back Train; Angel Band; Where the Soul of A Man Never Dies; You Got To Walk That Lonesome Valley; In The Garden; Keep Your Lamp Trimmed and Burning; Glory Glory.


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