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February 2021 – Top Blues



The Toronto Blues Society’s monthly publication, Maple Blues, is well known throughout the international blues community. Besides and extensive archive of back issues, we also feature current monthly columns.

This month’s recommended listening by Greg Torrington, programmer of Stingray’s blues channels.

Bywater Call Bywater Call Gypsy Soul Records
The Smoke Wagon Blues Band The Ballad Of Albert Johnson Independent
Durham County Poets Hand Me Down Blues Borealis
Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar The Reckless One Gypsy Soul Records
Tami Neilson Chickaboom! Outside Music
Guy Bélanger Eldorado Disques Bros
Lisa Mills The Triangle Melody Place/BMG
Wide Mouth Mason I Wanna Go With You We Are Busy Bodies
Bad Luck Woman & Her Misfortunes Cruel Thing Independent
Matchedash Parish Saturday Night Make It Real
Myles Goodwyn Friends of the Blues 2 Linus
Savoy Brown Ain’t Done Yet Quarto Valley
Crooked Eye Tommy Hot Coffee And Pain Blue Heart
Robert Cray That’s What I Heard Thirty Tigers
Diana Braithwaite & Chris Whiteley Gold Cadillac G-Three
John Primer & Bob Corritore The Gypsy Woman Told Me VizzTone
Tinsley Ellis Ice Cream in Hell Alligator
Darrell Scott Sings the Blues of Hank Williams Soundly Music
Roomful of Blues In A Roomful of Blues Alligator
The Betty Fox Band Peace in Pieces Foxycavanagh

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