#Reviews | #Soul | #Jazz| #USA | Sweet Lu Olutosin released a very entertaining Soul-Jazz album With a Billboard #1 Traditional Jazz album to his credit and a mission to rejuvenate the souls of audiences everywhere, "Sweet Lu" Olutosin continues to shine the light of his 'spirit music' with his latest release "Meet Me At The Crossroads".
#Reviews | #World | Eric Bibb | A message from the global messenger Master Chef Bibb is serving us so many different dishes and flavours with this release - 24 in total - that there is simply no way of denying or disliking what he has on offer.
#Reviews | #Rock | Neil Young | Alternate view on a classic track 'Cortez the Killer' is a song by Neil Young from his 1975 album, "Zuma". It was recorded with Young's band Crazy Horse.
#Reviews | #Reggae | #Dub| Dubmatix | It’s about time for a Grammy… In Reggae, all roads lead to the “Riddim Twins”, Sly & Robbie. Now, Sly & Robbie meet Dubmatix. The Canadian producer and multi-instrumentalist got his hands on original Sly & Robbie tracks and spent months crafting this new album, "Overdubbed".
#Reviews | #Pop | #Jazz| #France| Louis Ville | Album review. A collage of deep thinking, deep feeling, and deep music. "Eponyme" is the latest release by Louis Ville, who has staked the roads of France and Europe with several hundred concerts.
#Reviews | #Soul | #NL| #Surinam| Yerry Rellum | Strong Soul. A modern day Soul Classic. Yerry Rellum orginating from Surinam but based in the Netherlands, has released what may turn out to be a modern day Soul Classic.
#Reviews | #Blues | #Rock | British Blues Rock at its best LONG PLAYER was the second album by the British rock group Faces with Rod Stewart, Ronnie Lane and Ronnie Wood amongst its members. On a good day, Faces could wrestle the title of greatest rock & roll band away from the Rolling Stones.
#Reviews | #Jazz | #SouthAfrica| Hugh Masekela | A song of hope against a backdrop of social injustice Hugh Masekela - who passed on Jan 23, 2018 - is an integral part of South African modern history, being part of the resistance against 'apartheid' oppression, the social issues he addressed in his music as well as being a larger-than-life figure.