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A classic and all-time favorite
Salvadore Ross - The Transfiguration Of Salvadore Ross (2019)
That Cover (by Tanya Shatseva) is pure awesomeness
Certain to be in the running for the 2020 Grammy blues album of the year, and likely
the best new blues artist as well! Uber sublime Mississippi blues from the roots.
Eric's first album, he's got stories to tell and a striking guitar presence. Produced by
Tab Benoit and Tab plays very competent drums on all tracks. Give it a listen!
Released in 2007, with the devastation of Katrina still fully in mind, Tab presents a
variety of Americana & Louisiana bayou songs. About the same time, Tab was
forming his Louisiana wetlands fund "Voice of the Wetlands" that has held annual
festivals up to this year (it's Oct 11-13 in Houma, LA). Tab's guitar rings out, and
the backing band Louisiana's Leroux provide a sublime sound.
Just back from the road to sell his first two studio albums, Joe was burned out and
pissed at the road. He gathered Erik Czar (bass) and hit the studio with some fury.
The result was this 2003 album, IMO one of Joe's best. It kicks.
Listening w/ Hifiman HE500 > Violectric V100 > JDS Labs Subjective3 > Teac PD-H600