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Muddy Waters 100

Label: Raisin Music
Released: 2015
Track listing: Got My Mojo Working; Still A Fool; I Be’s Troubled; I’m Ready; Mannish Boy; Rosalie; Why Don’t You Live So God Can Use You; Good News; Trouble No More; She Moves Me; Can’t Get No Grindin’; 40 Days And 40 Nights; Last Time I Fool Around With You; I Feel So Good; Feel Like Going Home.


Article: Album Review

Muddy Waters 100: Muddy Waters 100

Read "Muddy Waters 100" reviewed by James Nadal

When a local guitarist and blues singer in Clarksdale, Mississippi named McKinley Morganfield made his first field recording at the Stovall plantation, on August 31, 1941, he had no idea where this music would take him. By the time he plugged his guitar into an amplifier on Chicago's Southside in 1943, he had become Muddy Waters, ...


And Still I Rise

Label: Raisin Music
Released: 2012
Track listing: Clarksdale Moan; C-Line Woman; Big-Legged Woman; Catfish Blues; Go Down Hannah; Get Right Church; Don’t Ever Let Nobody Drag Your Spirit Down; Going Uptown; In The Morning; Levee Camp Holler; Chilly Jordan; Hard Times.


Article: Album Review

Heritage Blues Orchestra: And Still I Rise

Read "And Still I Rise" reviewed by James Nadal

If ever there was a perfect title for a blues record, it has to be And Still I Rise , serving notice that the Heritage Blues Orchestra is a revival force with which to be reckoned. The group dishes out pure blues, blending greasy gut-bucket, hallelujah gospel, down home country, Chicago's South Side and everything in ...


Delta Soul

Label: Raisin Music
Released: 2005
Track listing: Death Letter Blues; Hard Time Killing Floor Blues; All I Need; Didn't Come Today; Niggers and Rednecks; Bad Luck Child; Cypress Grove; Shetland Pony; Callin' Me; Easy Rider; Who's to Blame; Illinois Blues; Me and the Devil.


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Keith B. Brown: Delta Soul

Read "Delta Soul" reviewed by Robert R. Calder

Delta Soul has interesting notes, in terms of both music and liner commentary. Like the various much older, now gone bluesmen he emulates, Keith B. Brown took up guitar on the side, though the side of a college education, majoring in history. Like old bluesmen he played what was around to be heard, but like the ...


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