With a voice somewhere between Ferron, Eleanor McEvoy, Heather Nova and Cindy Bullens – this collection of tunes by dulcimer / flute musician Esther Golton is delightful the way a McGarrigles Sisters album always was. “Stay Warm” starts with a […]
It’s always difficult to review, endorse or suggest an unfamiliar rising artist to an audience of readers / music lovers without comparing that artist somewhat with artists who have come before. A point of reference is required to give a […]
This album – with its spooky Nosferatu with a 1940’s cruiser cover — was released independently in 2006 but, with the passing of the beloved Levon Helm – this album by Bow Thayer deserves another listen. It’s almost like discovering […]
Re- Introducing A Major Italian Rocker’s Scorching All-Blues English Album Released in March 2006 this CD — in some markets — passed under the radar but should have been widely heard by aficionados of the blues especially in the United […]
I’m coming a little late to this release, but decided to write something because I began to listen to it more than once and that’s a sure sign that something’s likeable and special here. Released in October 2013 — this is a […]
Upon first listening to Michael Reinhart’s new CD “eCHO” I am reminded of the haunting acoustic songs of James Taylor and the first Simon and Garfunkel album that was bare bones folk before it was re-released two years later with […]
Another unexpected surprise greeted me one morning — who would ever have thought a band from Denmark would have Americana blood coursing through their veins and those veins were strung down the neck of a Danish guitar? Not me. But the opening track […]
The offspring of two famous musicians prove their worth independently on this commendable effort I came to this music on “Wreckin’ Yard” not knowing anything about Stevie Agnew and his band. And that’s a good thing, because as time went […]
After listening to many great releases by many talented artists I was afforded a chance to sit back and listen to something I can simply enjoy in the spirit in which it was made. This music was actually recommended to […]
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