REVIEW: Seneko’s “Soul Numbers” is a Rootsy Jammin’ Bliss of an EP

Soul Numbers is a gem of a record that most of us probably missed when it came out last spring. It’s the third EP from Seneko, the closest thing – living anyway – to a cross between Lenard Cohen and Lou Reed that you’re likely to find. Classic soul blends with touches of alt country […]

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Wooden Leg’s “Turn Back the World” Is a Live Swamp of Jammin’ Fun

Wooden Leg’s recent release Turn Back the World is a live recording from Boston, MA, featuring Jimmy Ryan’s mandolin and vocals backed by a crackerjack band consisting of Mickey Bones (drums), Brian Dunton (Fender bass), Joe Kessler (fiddle & some harmony), and Duke Levine (electric guitar). This release constitutes a comeback of sorts following up […]

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REVIEW: Ickes & Hensley’s Latest is a Blow Away Outstanding “World Full Blues”

On October 4, Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley released World Full of Blues, the duo’s third full-length album, on Compass Records. Grammy winner Brent Maher produced the guys this time at his Nashville studio, The Blueroom, adding B3 and some horns to the duo’s resonator/flattop, upright bass and drums configuration. Taj Mahal and Vince Gill […]

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Artist Essay – The Long Story of Writing No Place to Go – The First Single From The Innocent Bystanders Upcoming Album – Book of Life

I know that there are people who just write songs. Write them by the dozens, record them, and try to sell them for placements in movies and TV shows or to independent film makers. I admire these song writers. I’m jealous. I’d love to do what they do. But I can’t. I’m at the opposite […]

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