Tag: Blues

The Mavericks: All Night Live, Volume 1 (Mono Mundo Recordings)

It’s a bold move to be a veteran band with a two decades-long reputation of being a helluva live band to release a live album of strictly new songs, but Raul Malo’s long-running band The Mavericks has done just that. But don’t worry, these new songs have quickly earned their place among the band’s classic material.

The Mavericks: All Night Live, Volume 1 (Mono Mundo Recordings)

It’s a bold move to be a veteran band with a two decades-long reputation of being a helluva live band to release a live album of strictly new songs, but Raul Malo’s long-running band The Mavericks has done just that. But don’t worry, these new songs have quickly earned their place among the band’s classic material.

Jesse Fuller: Working On The Railroad (Mississippi/Secret Seven Records)

This six-song 10″ record contains the first recordings of legendary bluesman Jesse Fuller, and do an excellent job of showcasing this legendary bluesman’s unique style.

Jesse Fuller: Working On The Railroad (Mississippi/Secret Seven Records)

This six-song 10″ record contains the first recordings of legendary bluesman Jesse Fuller, and do an excellent job of showcasing this legendary bluesman’s unique style.

Professor Longhair: Live In Chicago (Orleans Records)

This unreleased live performance from legendary pianist Professor Longhair may be brief, but boy, is it potent!

Professor Longhair: Live In Chicago (Orleans Records)

This unreleased live performance from legendary pianist Professor Longhair may be brief, but boy, is it potent!

Chuck Berry: After School Session (Hoodoo Records)

Chuck Berry’s 1957 debut album might not contain all the hits from the era–Berry was a singles man, after all–but it is a fine document of Berry’s versatility as a guitarist. This expanded edition also includes a handful of beloved contemporary singles.

Chuck Berry: After School Session (Hoodoo Records)

Chuck Berry’s 1957 debut album might not contain all the hits from the era–Berry was a singles man, after all–but it is a fine document of Berry’s versatility as a guitarist. This expanded edition also includes a handful of beloved contemporary singles.

3AM Eternal: The Jimi Hendrix Experience, “Still Raining, Still Dreaming” (1968)

And now…the exciting conclusion to “Rainy Day, Dream Away!”

Stone The Crows: Teenage Licks/Ontinuous Performance (Angel Air)

The final installment of the Stone The Crows reissue series finds the band carrying on in the face of adversity and gruesome tragedy, resulting in some fine blues rock.