Tag Archives: Blues

Victory and Sorrow: Bright Moments from Three Masters

Sean Murphy gives you three compelling reasons to drop what you’re doing and to tune in to some new sounds that will change your views of the smoky underworld of jazz. Continue reading

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The Filthy Legacy of T-Model Ford

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 “If hard times and suffering qualify a man to sing the blues, then T-Model Ford can be said to be overqualified.” -Jay McInerney ~ TONIGHT, THE AFTERLIFE is getting its ass kicked; its women have been bedded and its whiskey … Continue reading

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Delmark Records 1965

Bob Devine delivers a taste of the mid-sixties Chicago blues scene, from epic nights at Theresa’s to packing records in a basement with some of the greatest blues musicians who ever lived. Continue reading

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