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Hard Times

Label: Rent A Dog
Released: 2010
Track listing: 01. Strange Gal; 02. Death Letter Blues; 03. Tom Rushen Blues; 04. Hard Times Killing Floor; 05. The Dark End of the Street; 06. Trouble Soon Be Over; 07. Poor Black Mattie; 08. School; 09. Cool Drink Water Blues; 10. Love in Vain; 11. In the Pines; 12. Jupiter.

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Black Friday: Hard Times

Read "Hard Times" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

C'è puzzo di zolfo. Si avverte distintamente. C'è un suono sporco, gracchiante, di chitarra metallica. È un dobro. Poi una voce nervosa, febbricitante e allo stesso tempo sensuale delinea liriche che raccontano di schiavitù, amori impossibili, vagabondaggi infiniti. Tempi duri, durissimi. Diavolo di un blues. Che prende l'anima di due italiani, però. L'uno è Luca Sapio, ...

It's Later Than You Think

Label: Rent A Dog
Released: 2006
Track listing: Smoke Gets In Your Eyes; Big Yellow Taxi; 15 Petals; Sisters Of Mercy; Watching John; Liberty City; Feels Like Home; Take The Floor; Harlem Nocturne/Smoke Gets In Your Eyes.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Norma Winstone with the NDR Bigband: It's Later Than You Think

Read "It's Later Than You Think" reviewed by Bev Stapleton

The world of the hardened jazz fan has had little room for the “jazz singer" in recent times. Resentment at the popular and commercial success of certain well-known names has resulted in many listeners turning their backs completely on vocal jazz--which is a pity, as they will miss out on enthralling musicians like Norma Winstone.


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