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Give Us a Minute – Them Dead Beats (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

I have to be honest and say that conventional electric blues has always left me cold. At one extreme indulgent guitar noodling topped and tailed by tried and tested song structures, at the other musicians singing about how tough they … Continue reading

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Gold Phoenix EP – Gold Phoenix. (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

The other day I was asked why a local gig guide I write never featured any blues artists. As I reeled off a number of live shows that featured bands with blues elements that I had written about, the reply … Continue reading

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Stoned to Death – Fox and The Law (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

If I’m honest I was at their gig mainly to catch support act The Greasy Slicks, a band that seemed to channel that same retro-rock/blues collision that Burning Tree did so well. But even on a cold, Monday night in … Continue reading

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Into The Night – The Greasy Slicks (Aurora Music UK) reviewed by Dave Franklin

A couple of observations. Music that you readily relate too often has an element of the familiarity about it. Nothing ever changes but the shoes. Uh? What I am getting it is that when you put on a night of … Continue reading

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