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By John Mitchell "The whole album is a delight but the two openers find Ronnie at the very top of his game. This is an album that should be added to the collection of all Ronnie Earl fans and deserves to bring his playing to a new audience.
Ronnie on guitar, Dave Limina on keys, Lorne Entress on drums and Jim Mouradian on bass; sadly Jim passed away after the release of this album so this may be his last recording. As has been the case for several years now Diane Blue provides vocals here on five cuts, the rest being instrumentals and Nicholas Tabarias plays second guitar on some tracks.
The title of the album references the late David Maxwell who played with The Broadcasters, as well as the one-time meeting place for blues musicians in Chicago. Ronnie wrote five songs here one with Dianethere is one by Dave and four covers from a typically diverse range of sources. The whole album is a delight but the two openers find Ronnie at the very top of his game: As with most Ronnie Earl albums this one makes great late-night listening and probably features as much great guitar playing as any of his extensive discography.Latin Word List.
By alphabetnyc.com (which works again, yay) Source: Latin Word List (This dictionary contains 7, words; Use Ctrl+F (or Cmd+F) to search for a word). The Wicked Stepmother, the woman hostile to her stepchildren, is a perennial trope.
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A Woman’s Soul: A Tribute to Bessie Smith kicks off Power Women of the Blues, Rory Block’s latest series of recordings dedicated to blues pioneers, following her previous Mentor Series. Bessie Smith was rightly called “The Empress of the Blues” for her classic recordings between and The Wicked Stepmother, the woman hostile to her stepchildren, is a perennial trope.
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