|Number by Heart: Charles
Much acclaimed ëold skoolí deep soul outing by veteran soul artist Charles Walker. Charles is clearly one of the most accomplished soul singers alive today. And this release proves just that !
|Undeniable: Ellis Hooks
Ellis Hooks soulful debut CD has the indelible stamp of a totally unique vocalist/songwriter the likes of which doesn't come around too often. Otis and Sam are his idols and he's proud of it...but most importantly he is himself 100% Ellis.
: Billy C. Farlow[CD]
Lead singer,harp player and songwriter with Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen,
delivers a twisted brew of Blues and Southern Swamp on this gritty solo release.
|Dear Y'all :
Eddie Hinton [CD]
This album presents for the very first time the early original song writing sessions of the late and seminal Eddie Hinton. Nineteen pure gems, some polished others rough cut, all delivered with a voice that has been described as the "epitome of unbounded emotion" .
|Pizza Deliverance :
DRIVE BY TRUCKERS[CD]
The Drive By Truckers are on a mission Pizza Deliverance might just save you !
|It Happened Like This
: MR WILSON [CD]
Headed up by Alabama born Jay Wilson the band blend the southern blues and boogie of their home state with the storming country sounds of the new west
|Sounds From Home : DELANEY BRAMLETT[CD]
Blue-eyed soul'n'roots, swamp, country, r&b, rock ?
Ask Delaney, what to title his music and he will answer "Just call it spiritual" -Delaney Bramlett
|Hard Luck Guy : EDDIE
With Eddie it wasn't imitation; it was totally created, with a fire and fury that was as real as Otis Redding's and Wilson Pickett's" - Jerry Wexler
|Ain't No Turning Back :
"Intriguing EP from the enigmatic MR WILSON"
- The Times
|Front Porch Cajun Music :
JACKIE CAILLIER AND THE CAJUN COUSINS
"The best new Cajun release I've heard for a long time" Andy Kershaw- BBC Radio One
|Roy Carrier At His Best :
The very best of Louisiana Zydeco ace Roy Carrier. Louisiana dance floorfillers -14 tracks, dance guaranteed
|The LANOR Record Story :
Various Artists [CD]
Retrospective of Louisiana producer Lee Lavergne and his Lanor Label 1960-1992. 28 page booklet historic photo's and fully researched story.
Cajun, swamp -pop., Swamp blues and Soul to Zydeco. Including Walk of Life by Charlesmann. Drifting Cloud by Drifting Charles, Chewing Gum by Donald Jacob, 21 Tracks in all
|Rough N Tumble : A-LA-TEX
"Garage country rock / blues & jazz.... growling gretsch... upright bass and a driving backbeat"
|Bridges: DAVID JONES
"I ain't heard so much country from a 27 year old since the days of Hank Williams !" -Country Music News & Routes
|In The Doghouse :
JOE WALKER [CD]
"His palpitating accordion traverses a clutch of dancefloor teemers" -Mojo
|Very Blue Highway :
"R&B, Soul and Rock are skilfully blended together to form a mix so thick you'd have to shovel it!" -Time Out
|Zydeco Fever : JOE
"Real energy and commitment" -Folk Roots
|Soulful Side of Zydeco:
Roy Carrier - Joe Walker [CD]
"This isn't hot, it's Literally boiling. Magnificent ! "
-Rock 'n' Reel
: VARIOUS ARTISTS[LP]
Louisiana Chanky-Chank: VARIOUS ARTISTS[CD]
Cajun from the vaults of Lanor Records "Every track is a gem, I defy anybody to sit still to this disc"
- Blues & Rhythm
|Letters from Mississippi : EDDIE
HINTON [Vinyl LP]
Eddie's has to be the Blackest blue eyed soul on tape !
"Undeservedly obscure" - Andy Kershaw BBC 1 FM