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Gary Porter

Following on from his critically acclaimed album ‘Can’t Keep Still’, which gained his band play listing on BBC Radio Two, Gary has strived to develop his music further with his new album by engaging high class musicianship for the recording on these new songs. Lisa Mills who is gaining massive popularity within the UK and is in as much demand on the live circuit as she is back in her home state of Alabama added her superb vocals to several tracks. Fresh from his involvement on the Roger Daltry / Wilko Johnson hit album ‘Going Back Home’ Steve West Weston added his harmonica to the track ‘’Steamtrain Blues’. The brass section comprised two of the country’s finest players in Graeme Turner ( Steve Marriott, Robert Plant, The Equals amongst many more ) and Lee Badau from ‘The James Hunter Six’.

Sings the Blues

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2016
Track listing: Ego Trip; I Want To Do (Everything For You); Issues; Soulshake; Last Night; Millions, Billions, Trillions; Break Every Mirror; I Wanna Get Next To You; Band Doll; Lost And Looking.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bonefish Johnny: Sings the Blues

Read "Sings the Blues" reviewed by James Nadal

The blues comes in many shades and modes, and is ingrained into the character of those who follow its calling. South Florida may not come readily to mind when one thinks of the blues, but singer/guitarist Bonefish Johnny (John Stacey) has been playing his brand of sugarcane soul in the regions bars and juke-joints for over ...

Sings the Blues

Label: Arhoolie Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: Ain

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Clifton Chenier: Sings the Blues

Read "Sings the Blues" reviewed by Derek Taylor

Everyone has a list of those unsung musicians who strike a special chord. Names unknown to the public at large whose contributions go almost completely unrecognized or are overshadowed by others in their immediate orbit. Near the top of my own list sits Cleveland Chenier. Like the lots handed Nat Adderley and Tommy Turrentine, Cleveland almost ...

Sings The Blues

Label: Repertoire Records
Released: 1972

Sings The Blues

Label: RCA Records
Released: 1967

Sings The Blues

Label: Abracadabra Music
Released: 1965

Sings The Blues

Label: HighNote
Released: 1964

Sings The Blues

Label: Label Bleu
Released: 1954


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