Album of the Week - 3-4-23Submitted by joe shikspack on Sat, 03/04/2023 - 3:00pm
Well, there's a bunch of good stuff this week. Surprise! Blues harmonica player Junior Parker leads off, followed by Taj Mahal. The Taj Mahal album that I posted last week was a double album package and I got around to posting the second album "De Old Folks At Home" this week, it's acoustic guitar and banjo blues for the most part. If you listened to the first album (Giant Step) last week, you can click through the first 9 tunes to get to the new album.
After that there's a bunch of 50's Chicago blues from John Brim and Little Hudson who recorded back then for the JOB label - I'll be loading some more cuts from this album later Saturday evening. Following that is a mid-70's Roy Buchanan album, a David Lindley album, a kind of proggish/avant garde album from Adrian Belew, a decidedly proggy Return To Forever album and we finish up with a late 60's album by Fat Mattress - a kind of folk-rock band formed by the Jimi Hendrix Experience's bass player Noel Redding.