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Top Blues – November 2019

Published November 1, 2019 in News, Top Blues

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

*Son Roberts Three’s a Charm Gate

North Mississippi Allstars Up and Rolling New West

*Big Dave McLean Pocket Full of Nothin’ Black Hen

*Myles Goodwyn Friends of the Blues 2 Linus

Ghalia Mississippi Blend Ruf

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

Bobby Rush Sitting on Top of the Blues Deep Rush

Keb’ Mo’ Moonlight, Mistletoe & You Concord Records.

Jimmy “Duck” Holmes Cypress Grove Easy Eye Sound

Janiva Magness Change in the Weather Blue Élan

Mavis Staples We Get By Anti-

Peter Frampton Band All Blues Universal

Various Artists Ann Arbor Blues Festival 1969 Third Man

*Diana Braithwaite & Chris Whiteley Gold Cadillac G-Three

King Hobo Mauga Weathermaker Music

Mike Zito and Friends Rock ‘n’ Roll: A Tribute to Chuck Berry Ruf

Lloyd Spiegel Cut and Run Only Blues

Rhiannon Giddens There Is No Other Nonesuch

Toronzo Cannon The Preacher, The Politician and The Pimp Alligator

Rick Estrin & The Nightcats Contemporary Alligator

Ronnie Earl Beyond the Blue Door Stony Plain

Various Artists Cadillac Baby’s Bea & Baby Records Earwig

The Allman Betts Band Down to the River BMG

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