That terrible pun in the CD title refers to the fact that vocalist, bass guitarist, song writer and band leader Heather Crosse, originally from Louisiana, is now based in Clarksdale, Mississippi, where she has backed up the likes of Jody Williams, Bob Margolin and James “Super Chikan” Johnson, in addition to regularly appearing with her own band as Heavy Suga’ & The Sweetones at the Ground Zero blues club, part-owned by actor Morgan Freeman – she refers to this on the appropriately named ‘Clarksdale Shuffle’.From the opening early 60s R&B flavoured strut of the sassy ‘My Man Called Me’ (from Big Mama Thornton) and the moody blues of the original ‘Why Does A Woman Need A Bass Guitar’ through to the fine uptempo swinging blues of ‘Call On Me’ and the closing ‘You Don’t Move Me No More’, another sassy number from Big Mama Thornton (and Heather’s growl runs her close), this is a totally convincing album.
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Shane Nicholson’s fifth solo album marks a kind of catharsis for an artist now something of a veteran among Australia’s alt-country community. Not only is this his first LP since his well-documented divorce from Kasey Chambers in 2013, he also had to confront a case of songwriter’s block, overcome by an inspiring trip to Central […]
Amanda Fish Band is Kansas City Blues Rock band, pulling from such influences as Tom Waits, Ry Cooder, R.L. Burnside, and Koko Taylor.A powerhouse quartet comprised of vocalist Amanda Fish, guitarist Sean McDonnell, bassist Jim Kent, and drummer Cole Dillingham.The band features hypnotic, slide-heavy guitar riffs and a ‘from-the-gut’ female vocal locked into a sturdy […]
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320 kbps | 88 MB | UL | OB Sauvage, aux accents de Banjo, d’harmonica, de guitare pedal-steel est résolument Country-Pop. Un mélange qui nous fait voyager dans l’univers de Sophie Tapie remplie d’humour, d’idéaux, de lucidité et de liberté. Qui saura séduire un large public.
Chicago rock troupe Tortoise will return in January with a new LP titled The Catastrophist, the quintet’s first album since 2009’s Beacons of Ancestorship.The Catastrophist features 11 new meticulously crafted tracks, the album, unlike past all-instrumental efforts, will feature vocals on two songs courtesy of a pair of special guests: U.S. Maple/Dead Rider’s Todd Rittmann sings on […]