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Sid Selvidge - The Cold of the Morning (Album Reissue Review)

Undeservedly obscure mid-70s Memphis folk and blues



It’s safe to say that Big Star wasn’t the only 1970s Memphis act that didn't find the contemporary recognition they deserved. They weren’t even the only 1970s Memphis act produced by Jim Dickenson to sail in that uncharted boat. Singer-songwriter Sid Selvidge, having been reared in Greenville,…

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Holly Golightly and the Brokeoffs - All Her Fault (Album Review)

Another winning set of idiosyncratic blues, folk and country

The latest collaboration between Holly Golightly and Lawyer Dave doesn’t really break any new ground, but when you’re in a solid groove, new ground isn’t necessarily the place to plow. Golightly herself says “I’m not looking to achieve something that hasn’t been achieved before. We just…

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Posted on March 23, 2014 at 6:04pm

Ronnie Milsap - Summer Number Seventeen (Album Review)

A sweet, nostalgic trip to the '50s, '60s and '70s

It's hard to believe that it's been more than two decades since Ronnie Milsap's twenty year run of chart-topping success (including 35 #1s) finally faded. He's continued to record albums and release occasional singles, branching out from mainstream country into standards, gospel, and with his…

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Posted on March 18, 2014 at 5:17pm

Jimbo Mathus & The Tri-State Coalition - Dark Night of the Soul (Album Review)

Outstanding album of rootsy, blue rock 'n' soul

Squirrel Nut Zippers founder Jimbo Mathus actually never strayed far from the blues of his native Mississippi. Just as the Zippers were taking off in the late '90s, he recorded an album of Delta blues, ragtime and jug band music in honor of Charley Patton, and in financial support of Patton's daughter…

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Undeservedly obscure mid-70s Memphis folk and bluesIt’s safe to say that Big Star wasn’t the only 1970s Memphis act that didn't find the contemporary recognition they deserved. They weren’t even the only 1970s Memphis act produced by Jim Dickenson to sail in that uncharted boat. Singer-songwriter Sid Selvidge, having been reared in Greenville, MS, followed the migratory trail to Memphis in the early 60s…See More
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Sid Selvidge - The Cold of the Morning (Album Reissue Review)

Undeservedly obscure mid-70s Memphis folk and bluesIt’s safe to say that Big Star wasn’t the only 1970s Memphis act that didn't find the contemporary recognition they deserved. They weren’t even the only 1970s Memphis act produced by Jim Dickenson to sail in that uncharted boat. Singer-songwriter Sid Selvidge, having been reared in Greenville, MS, followed the migratory trail to Memphis in the early 60s…See More
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Holly Golightly and the Brokeoffs - All Her Fault (Album Review)

Another winning set of idiosyncratic blues, folk and countryThe latest collaboration between Holly Golightly and Lawyer Dave doesn’t really break any new ground, but when you’re in a solid groove, new ground isn’t necessarily the place to plow. Golightly herself says “I’m not looking to achieve something that hasn’t been achieved before. We just do what we do. The songs are really all that changes.” But…See More
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Another winning set of idiosyncratic blues, folk and countryThe latest collaboration between Holly Golightly and Lawyer Dave doesn’t really break any new ground, but when you’re in a solid groove, new ground isn’t necessarily the place to plow. Golightly herself says “I’m not looking to achieve something that hasn’t been achieved before. We just do what we do. The songs are really all that changes.” But…See More
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