Tuesday, March 25, 2008

The Dictionary Of Blues & Soul in Mojo March Edition

I forgot to mention this excellent free CD in the latest Mojo magazine:

Doin' The) Boom Boom -- Eli 'Paperboy' Reed & The True Loves
Necessary Evil -- Edgar "Jones" Jones
Chicken Hall -- The Sugarman 3
What Have You Done? -- Naomi Shelton & The Gospel Queens
If This Ain't Love -- Nicole Willis & The Soul Investigators
No Smoke Without Fire -- James Hunter
Return To Gijon -- The New Mastersounds
100 Days, 100 Nights -- Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings
Hard Times -- Watermelon SlimSo He Won't Break -- The Black Keys
Blackeyedsusan -- Jose James
Nobody's Fault But Mine -- Beth Rowley
Things Go Up -- Seasick Steve
I Don't Like The Man I Am -- Pete Molinari
Let Us Get Together -- Marie Knight

Also go over to Mojo's website to hear 3 other tracks:

THE MOJO POST bag has already been sundered with praise for this month’s covermount CD, The New Dictionary Of Blues & Soul. Reflecting a renaissance in old-school soul, blues and R&B stylings on both sides of the Atlantic, it draws together the best contemporary purveyors of same, from Nicole Willis, Edgar Jones, Eli Reed, James Hunter, The Black Keys, Seasick Steve, Sharon Jones and more.

So overwhelmed by choice were we, that we had to leave three brilliant tracks off the final CD. But thanks to the glorious wonder of the interweb, you can hear them online instead:

1. Ian Siegal – Revelator
2. The Budos Band – Ghost Walk
3. Congregation – Dose Of Hell

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