Top Blues – December 2010

Published December 13, 2010 in News, Top Blues

December 2010 – Vol. 26 No. 12 (download issue)

This month’s recommended listening by John Valenteyn, host of Let The Good Times Roll on ciut.fm, 89.5 and CD reviewer for Maple Blues. You can drop by and say hello to John at the blues Department of HMV on Yonge Street

 

Buddy Guy Living Proof (Silvertone)

*Harry Manx Isle of Manx (Dog My Cat)

Jimi Hendrix West Coast Seattle Boy (Experience Hendrix)        

Jimi Hendrix Blues-Remastered (Experience Hendrix)        

Little Freddie King Gotta Walk With Da King (MadeWright)

*Garth Hudson Presents a Canadian Celebration of the Band (Curve)

*Porkbelly Futures The Crooked Road (Cordova Bay)        

*Donald Ray Johnson It’s Time (Self)        

*Alan Black Happy As A Monkey (Self)        

*C.C. Ryder Blues Band Blues My Dog Likes (Self)

*Hinton Hart Band Let’s Get Together (Self)

*Bill Johnson Still Blue (Self)        

*Lazy Mike & The Rockin’ Recliners Life’s Been Pretty Good (Self)

*E.Z. Riders Long Way From Home (Mousemen)        

Doris Troy Doris Troy (Apple)

*Arsen Shomakhov On The Move (Blues Leaf)        

Chris Beard Who I Am & What I Do (Electro-Glide)        

*Bob Walsh Inside I Am All Blue (BROS)

*Guy Belanger Crossroads (BROS)

Eden Brent Ain’t Got No Troubles (Yellow Dog)        

*Ron Campbell & The Blues Busters Bust Out! (Dirt Road)

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