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Rain or Shine

Label: HighNote Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Come Rain or Come Shine; 132nd and Madison; Everything Must Change; Learnin’ the Blues; I Wonder Where Our Love Has Gone; Soupbone; Never Let Me Go; Our Day Will Come; Danny Boy.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Houston Person: Rain or Shine

Read "Rain or Shine" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Tenor saxophonist Houston Person, now in his eightieth decade, has made no concessions to Father Time, choosing instead to use his many years in the jazz trenches to forge a style all his own, bathed in blues and soul but never turning a deaf ear to the allure of a seductive and tasteful melody. Each of ...

Rain or Shine

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2014
Track listing: Goodnight; The Hard Way; Railroad Song; What am I Gonna Say; Scenery; Only Blue; Breakin’ in Boots; Harvest Moon; The Rain; Seat With Your Name.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

George Taylor: Rain or Shine

Read "Rain or Shine" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Observation One. George Taylor looks like the cross between a small-town pharmacist and a junior account. Observation Two. Taylor is touted as a blues musician who toured the Mississippi River Delta in search of that singular blues inspiration. It is funny that his resulting recording Rain or Shine should sound as if born of Jimmie Rodgers ...

Rain Or Shine

Label: Challenge Jazz
Released: 1980


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