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Top Blues – February 2020

Published February 9, 2020 in News, Top Blues

This month’s recommended listening by Brad Wheeler, music writer for the Globe and Mail Twitter: @bwheelerglobe

*Jackie Washington The World of Jackie Washington Borealis

*The Soul Motivators Do The Damn Thing Do Right Music

Bernard Allison Songs From The Road Ruf

The Paul Butterfield Blues Band Live At Woodstock Run Out Groove

Bai Kamara Jr. Salone MIG

North Mississippi Allstars Up and Rolling New West

*Big Dave McLean Pocket Full of Nothin’ Black Hen

*Layla Zoe Retrospective Tour 2019 Self-released

The James Hunter Six Nick of Time (out March 6) Daptone

Frank Bey All My Dues Are Paid Nola Blue

Albert Cummings Believe Provogue

*Sass Jordan Rebel Moon Blues (out March 13) Stony Plain​​

Jimi Hendrix Songs For Groovy Children/The Fillmore East Concerts Experience Hendrix

Tinsley Ellis Ice Cream in Hell Alligator

*Harpdog Brown For Love & Money Dog House

*Wide Mouth Mason I Wanna Go with You We Are Busy Bodies

Bobby Rush Sitting on Top of the Blues Deep Rush

Jimmy “Duck” Holmes Cypress Grove Easy Eye Sound

Janiva Magness Change in the Weather Blue Élan

*Son Roberts Three’s a Charm Gate

Peter Frampton Band All Blues Universal

Various Artists Ann Arbor Blues Festival 1969 Third Man

*Diana Braithwaite & Chris Whiteley Gold Cadillac G-Three

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