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Leadbelly The Smithsonian

The Leadbelly Smithsonian Leadbelly Collection. Over at The Smithsonian, they have released a 5 CD box which includes 16 previously unreleased tracks of Leadbelly. Included is a large print 140 page book. The collection…Read more


Peter Green – Man Of The World

Peter Green Peter Green is regarded by some fans as the greatest white blues guitarist ever, Eric Clapton notwithstanding. Born Peter Greenbaum but calling himself Peter Green by age 15, he grew up in…Read more


Skip James – Crow Jane

Skip James – Crow Jane Born Nehemiah Curtis (“Skip”) James, June 21, 1902, Yazoo City, Mississippi; died October 3, 1969; married three times: Oscella Robinson, Mabel James, Lorenzo Meeks. Skip James was unique among…Read more

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Bonnie Raitt Dig In Deep

Bonnie Raitt Dig In Deep is the 20th and latest album by this lady of the blues. Twelve tracks of great songs, five of which are written by Ms Raitts herself. There’s plenty of…Read more


J B Hutto – Thank You For Your Kindness

J B Hutto Joseph Benjamin Hutto was born in Blackville, South Carolina, the fifth of seven children. His family moved to Augusta, Georgia when Hutto was three years old. His father, Calvin, was a…Read more


Cream – Crossroads

Cream It is really hard to believe that Cream was only together for a little more than two years. They were rock’s first power-trio and in their short history would sell millions of records…Read more


Gregg Allman – Come And Go Blues

Gregg Allman Born in 1947, Gregg Allman started out performing as a teenager. He had several groups with his older brother Duane before the pair helped create the Allman Brothers Band in 1969. Known…Read more