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Top Blues – January 2017

Published January 1, 2017 in News, Top Blues

Rolling Stones – Blue & Lonesome (Universal)

*MonkeyJunk – Time To Roll (Stony Plain)

David Bromberg – The Blues, The Whole Blues and Nothing But The Blues (Red House)

Mississippi Fred McDowell – Shake ‘Em On Down: Live in NYC (Sunset Blvd)

*Jimmy Bowskill & Carlos del Junco – Blues, Etc. (self-released)

*Michael Jerome Browne – Can’t Keep A Good Man Down (Borealis)

Janiva Magness – Love Wins Again (Blue Elan)

Churchwood – Hex City (Saustex)

Schwartz Fox Blues Crusade – Sunday Morning Revival (Smog Veil)

Mick Fleetwood Blues Band – Live at The Belly Up (self-released)

Robert Randolph & the Family Band – Got Soul (Sony)

*JW-Jones – High Temperature (Solid Blues)

Seasick Steve – Keepin’ the Horse Between Me and the Ground (There’s A Dead Skunk)

*Big Dave McLean – Better the Devil You Know (Black Hen)

Rory Block – Keepin’ Outta Trouble: A Tribute To Bukka White (Stony Plain)

Ronnie Baker Brooks – Times Have Changed (Provogue)

*Colin James – Blue Highways (True North)

Bobby Rush – Porcupine Meat (Rounder)

Lil’ Ed and The Blues Imperials – The Big Sound Of Lil’ Ed and The Blues Imperials (Alligator)

*Dawn Tyler Watson – Jawbreaker! (self-released)

The Golden State Lone Star Blues Revue (Electro-Fi)

* = Canadian

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

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