Friday, April 20, 2018
MUSIC REVIEW OF THE DAY: ELISE BESLER -TRUTH
Well, this is embarrassing. Here I was, going to plug Elise Besler's album launch show for the Carleton in Halifax May 20, but it turn...
Thursday, April 19, 2018
MUSIC REVIEW OF THE DAY: MUD MORGANFIELD - THEY CALL ME MUD
Although he didn't know a whole lot about his father Muddy Waters (Mud was one of several children born out of wedlock to the blues ma...
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
MUSIC REVIEW OF THE DAY: DAVID BOWIE - ALADDIN SANE (45th Anniversary Vinyl Edition)
Oh coloured vinyl, how I love you. Of course, it means nothing to the quality of the music or the pressing, but nothing spruces up an old...
Tuesday, April 17, 2018
MUSIC REVIEW OF THE DAY: BETTYE LAVETTE - THINGS HAVE CHANGED
There's no question Bob Dylan has had the blues for a long time, and that's certainly influenced his writing. There have been a f...
Saturday, April 14, 2018
MUSIC REVIEW OF THE DAY: RICK AND GAILLIE - THE LOST ALBUM
I love getting around the country, at the very least via the audio route, and this time we stop by Peterborough, Ontario. We'll drop ...
Thursday, April 12, 2018
MUSIC REVIEW OF THE DAY: JORDAN OFFICER - THREE RIVERS
A stunning album from Montreal's Officer, who makes the brilliant sound so casual. This is subtle blues/jazz/roots, his vocals so eas...
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
MUSIC REVIEW OF THE DAY: VARIOUS - THE JOSHUA TREE - NEW ROOTS
Here's a charity project that's all about Ireland, but with enough interest that it's made it's way across the ocean. The...
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