Album of the Week - 2-4-23
This week I've got a couple of good harmonica blues albums from James Cotton and a compilation of (Little) George ("Harmonica") Smith's early recordings. Then there's a mess of blues rock from Roy Buchanan, Carlos Santana and Buddy Miles, Hot Tuna and Bonnie Bramlett. Following that, there's another Richard & Linda Thompson album and finally there's some serious prog rock from Lenny White (from Return To Forever, for those of you following along in the hymnals) - Al DiMeola makes an appearance on the album.
Take care and have a great weekend everybody!
The James Cotton Band - 100% Cotton
Little George Smith - Oopin' Doopin' Doopin'
Carlos Santana And Buddy Miles! Live!
Hot Tuna - First Pull Up, Then Pull Down
Bonnie Bramlett - Lady's Choice
Richard & Linda Thompson - Shoot Out The Lights
Hey, joe. Back to check out my weekly
tunes. Your usual educated, terrific selection. Not only was the music great back then, but the album cover art was first-class, too!! I'm sure you've noticed the young folks are going nuts over vinyl and analog again.
Wonder why? LOL. Hope you and yours are well. Rec'd!!
Inner and Outer Space: the Final Frontiers.
glad you dug this week's music. i am glad to see that vinyl is making a comeback, i've always liked vinyl and always thought that one of the big failures of cd marketing was in the way the artwork was treated compared to vinyl.
have a good one!