Road I Call Home – Elles Bailey (reviewed by T. Bebedor)

Every so often an album comes along that you instantly like, maybe it’s the alignment of the stars, maybe a certain piece of music slots into place and perfectly suits your mood or maybe the reason for liking it is something more basic; it’s simply a good album.

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Southbound I-95 – J.P. Soars (reviewed by T. Bebedor)

With eighteen musicians listed in the making of the latest album by blues guitarist JP Soars, it comes as little surprise that the result is packed full of music that not only holds its roots in blues but encompasses other genres such as folk, Americana, soul and a heavy twist of rock. This is the kind of blues that gives space to brass instruments and nods to artists such as Nickelback, Van Morrison, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Tedeschi Trucks Band.

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