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Sass & Brass

Andrea Marr - Sass & Brass
Style: Soul

Andrea Marr, considered the queen of Australian Blues for her high energy, joyous performances, and clever tongue-in-cheek lyrical content, is proud to announce the release of her first official soul album – the EP “Sass & Brass.” The sound is a combination of soul and blues, filled with the genuine passion of someone who has truly loved and lived this music. It’s a powerfully energetic, brassy, big sound, reminiscent of Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings, Ike & Tina Turner, and the JBs. The album is the result of a second collaboration with co-producer Cam Scott, also Andrea’s keyboard player and arranger for several years. It’s a follow up to her last CD “Little Sister Got Soul,” which peaked at #18 on the Living Blues Radio Charts, and garnered many recognitions and rave reviews, including 2009 Australian Female Blues Artist of the Year. Although short and sweet, Andrea’s new EP serves up a heaping helping of steamy, sultry soul to shake your booty to.

Catalog #4547 (Release Date: November 20, 2012)


$4.99

Bottoms Up Blues Gang - Handle It Bottoms Up Blues Gang - Handle It
Style: Blues/Jazz/Folk-Roots

     The Bottoms Up Blues Gang from St. Louis celebrate a decade of playing together with their third release “Handle It.” The album features a perfect patchwork of original music in the band’s eclectic blend of St. Louis Blues and New Orleans Jazz, with instrumentation ranging from guitar and vocals up to a full band with organ and New Orleans horn section. The band, based around a nucleus of guitarist Jeremy Segel-Moss and vocalist Kari Liston, have surrounded themselves with a phenomenal gang of  legendary local musicians to support a wide range of new sounds and influences. The album also includes an outstanding version of “Drown In My Own Tears” recorded with St. Louis’ legendary blues guitarist Bennie Smith, recorded before his death in 2006.

Catalog #4545 (Release September 20, 2011)

$12.99

Howard Glazer - Wired For Sound Howard Glazer and the EL 34s - Wired For Sound
Style: Blues

"Wired For Sound" is the latest release from Detroit Blues performer Howard Glazer, and his band the EL 34s. This new release retains the same searing electric blues style that Glazer is known for, mixing traditional Blues elements with more modern elements, including a full horn section at times. Glazer's guitar is as hot as an EL 34 vacuum tube throughout, blazing and scorching on both slow and upbeat blues. Special guests include Delta Blues legend David "Honeyboy" Edwards and famed poet/musician/activist John Sinclair. There is no doubt that with it's intense guitar, tight rhythm section, and Detroit styled power, "Wired For Sound" is sure to leave you feeling fully charged!

Catalog #4543 (Released February 15, 2011)

$12.99
Stevie J - The Diversity Project Stevie J - The Diversity Project
Style: Blues/Soul

“The Diversity Project” by Stevie J is two separate albums recorded during the same period of time. The first disc is a Blues CD, “Standin’ At The Station,” inspired by Stevie’s first appearance on the Legendary Rhythm and Blues Cruise, where jamming with scores of other respected musicians inspired him to get some of his own blues music recorded. The second disc, “Soul Sessions,” represents Stevie’s work in Mississippi as a southern soul artist, and includes exceptional covers of Mayer’s “Gravity,” and Clinton’s “Cosmic Slop.” Stevie’s love for blues, soul, hip-hop, gospel and more are abundantly clear in every song from these albums, and together they make for a soulful and uplifting blues experience.

Catalog #4544 (Released February 15, 2011)

$16.99

Blues Dragon Blues Dragon - Blues Dragon
Style: Blues

Blues Dragon have been a constant force in the Blues scene of South Florida for over a decade now, and are making their way across the United States with their self-titled recording debut. Blues Dragon is an electric Blues ensemble, who strive to deliver fresh and unique interpretations on traditional American Blues and Folk songs, primarily pre-WWII, but also including a dose of Urban and Chicago Blues traditions. They pour their love and fondness for this music into every song, as they tell stories on the history of our land, our musicians, and the lives of everyday people. The end result is an amalgamation of modern electric and traditional styles that delivers a distinctly “down home” feel while simultaneously rocking the house.

Catalog #4540 (Released February 15, 2011)

$12.99
Sweet Claudette - That Mans Got To Go Sweet Claudette - That Man's Got To Go
Style: Blues

“That Man’s Got To Go” is the latest album from Sweet Claudette, Detroit’s matriarch of the Blues. She’s a sultry, deep voiced singer and songwriter with Blues songs that run the gamut of funk, soul, country, and jazz influences, in addition to classic uptempo and slow Blues. Sweet Claudette takes you out to the party where she is queen and holds court. She fronts a 6-piece band with a fantastic horn section that intertwines throughout her music. Sweet Claudette is the epitome of a Detroit finger snapping Blues party and the master of the low down. The listener can definitely expect a good time!

Catalog #4541 (Released February 15, 2011)

$12.99

Kevin Selfe - Playing The Game Kevin Selfe and the Tornadoes - Playing The Game
Style: Blues

Portland based blues guitarist Kevin Selfe has dedicated his life to the blues for the past 15 years, and his love and passion for the music shows in everything he plays. Starting out with the Fat Daddy Band in Roanoke, VA, Kevin recorded 3 albums and toured from coast to coast, even competing in the International Blues Challenge in Memphis before leaving the band to pursue a solo career. With his own band, The Tornadoes, we bring you Kevin’s latest release “Playing The Game.” Since relocating to Portland a few years ago, Kevin has been nominated for 15 Muddy Awards by the Cascade Blues Association, and has had the opportunity to tour across the country, bringing his energetic mix of traditional and contemporary blues to scores of loyal fans, and backing legends such as Eddy Clearwater and Carey Bell.

Catalog #4538 (Released February 15, 2011)

$12.99
Front Street Blues Band - Blues Promised Land Front Street Blues Band - Blues Promised Land
Style: Blues

The Front Street Blues Band is an original, jumpin’ and jivin’, boogie-woogie blues band, who’ve worked their way to the top of the Detroit blues scene in only two short years. Their music is steeped deeply in Detroit and urban blues traditions, but also takes influences from other styles prevalent in Detroit – soul, jazz and rock. The end result is a hard driving blues style that’s tight, energetic, swinging and funky. 

Catalog #4539 (Released February 15, 2011)

$12.99

Damnation Blues Terry Davidson and the Gears - Damnation Blues
Style: Blues/Rock

On his sixth and latest release with the Gears, Damnation Blues, Terry Davidson delivers an electrifying performance, exemplary of the band’s scorching live shows that have regularly won over crowds from coast to coast. The album is filled with layers of lead guitar and alluring slide guitar by Davidson, which demonstrates his complete familiarity with the fret board. A Columbus native and forty year veteran of the heartland’s Blues and Rock & Roll music scenes, Terry’s love for Rock infused Blues is abundantly apparent. This includes everything from raw, blistering Texas Blues to low down, traditional Chicago Blues, leaving you with a ferocious Blues blend, steeped in tradition. A rocking and rousing set, perfect for motor-heads and gear-jammers.

Catalog #4534 (Released October 19, 2010)

$12.99
Leave Here Runnin Terry Davidson and the Gears - Leave Here Runnin'
Style: Blues/Rock

Leave Here Runnin’ showcases Columbus native Terry Davidson’s high-octane Blues/Rock style, with trademark clean fretwork, gritty slide, and a low down and dirty backing band. Cruise with the Gears down the blues highway from Columbus to Chicago, and from Memphis to Austin, as they demonstrate the wide range of styles and influences picked up along their journey, even including elements of Jazz and Surf music, and a Stones inspired boogie. Features twelve powerhouse originals and two covers filled with clever word play and inspired playing by all. Sure to leave you wanting more.



Catalog #4533 (Released October 19, 2010)

$11.99

Little Sister Got Soul Andrea Marr - Little Sister Got Soul
Style: Blues

“Little Sister Got Soul’” is Andrea Marr’s second commercial release, and showcases her trademark sultry, sassy and soulful vocals that have earned her the nickname “The Pint Sized Powerhouse of the Blues,” and made her one of the most popular acts in the Australian Blues scene. The album also showcases Andrea’s songwriting, arranging, and producing abilities for the first time. Seven of the ten songs on the album were penned by Andrea and show her deep love of soul music as well as her lifelong love of blues greats such as Etta James and Freddie King. Andrea comments, “This big soul sound, reminiscent of that STAX sound is what I always wanted to create!” In 2009 the album was nominated for three Australian Blues Music Awards and won the award for 2009 Australian Female Vocalist of the Year.

Catalog #4524 (Released August 17, 2010)

$12.99
Unreal Latvian Blues Band - Unreal
Style: Blues

“Unreal” is the first studio album by the Latvian Blues Band, who have been performing together since 1997, largely in Latvia, but also in Lithuania and throughout Europe, with occasional visits to the United States and Canada, including most recently when they were a contestant in the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN in January of 2010. This album showcases the band’s songwriting talents, with ten of the fourteen tracks being written by the band. Duke Robillard makes guest appearances playing guitar on two of the album’s songs and is also the album’s producer.

Catalog #4520 (Released August 17, 2010)

$12.99

Seriously Raw Cee Cee James - Seriously Raw
Style: Blues (Live)

With her sophomore release, “Seriously Raw: Live At Sunbanks,” we hear that Cee Cee James’ voice has picked up greater experience and deeper feeling, as well as a closer understanding and comfort with the blues form. She fires things up on 10 blues and roots classics, as well as four scorching originals – proving she’s a force to be reckoned with in today’s contemporary blues scene. Cee Cee does not disappoint, following up the enormous buzz created by her first release with an even stronger and more captivating performance. Comfortable and in her element, she gives us everything she’s got as she shows respect and admiration for those who have inspired her along her journey with the blues.

Catalog #4532 (Releases September 21, 2010)

$13.99
All Blues To Me Hawkeye Herman - It's All Blues To Me
Style: Acoustic Blues

“It’s All Blues To Me” by Hawkeye Herman is a satisfying live set of acoustic music in the traditional blues, folk, jazz and even rock styles. Songs include a chilling version of the classic “Sixteen Tons,” the traditional “St. James Infirmary,” and even an acoustic arrangement of Van Morrison’s “Moondance.” Guests on the album include Washboard Chaz on washboard and percussion.

Catalog #4522 (Released August 17, 2010)

$13.99

Blues Alive Hawkeye Herman - Blues Alive!
Style: Acoustic Blues

“Blues Alive!” is the latest release from Iowa native Michael “Hawkeye” Herman, a fixture on the blues festival and blues education circuits, who plays traditional acoustic blues guitar, and is a respected blues storyteller with over 40 years of performing experience. The album features three songs penned by Hawkeye, but is predominantly covers of traditional blues songs like the Mississippi Sheiks “Sitting On Top of the World,” and Robert Johnson’s “Come On In My Kitchen,” with the occasional contemporary song interspersed, such as Mose Allison’s tongue in cheek “Your Mind Is On Vacation.” Rediscover many great tunes that are the bedrock of blues.

Catalog #4521 (Released August 17, 2010)

$12.99
Everyday Living Hawkeye Herman - Everyday Living
Featuring Charles Brown and Haskell Sadler
Style: Acoustic Blues

“Everyday Living” is a landmark album by traditionalist blues singer and storyteller Michael “Hawkeye” Herman that features guest appearances by mellow blues pianist and vocalist Charles Brown and guitarist Haskell “Cool Papa” Sadler. Songs include arrangements of delta blues guitarist Tommy Johnson’s “Big Road Blues,” Charles Brown’s “Drifting Blues” and a couple of originals by Hawkeye, including the folk-influenced train-blues song “Rocket To Chicago.” Find out why Hawkeye is considered one of the keepers of the flame in the traditional blues and acoustic guitar communities.

Catalog #4523 (Released August 17, 2010)

$12.99

4518 Ron Hacker - Burnin'
Style: Blues

Ron Hacker, slide guitar master, and staple of the San Francisco and bay area blues scene brings us his strongest album, Burnin', featuring a mixture of lesser known blues standards, and heartfelt and scorching originals. From start to finish, the album burns through blues conventions with smokin' guitar work and a stellar backing band. Waiting until the age of 27 to take up the guitar, Ron gained his influences from artists like Fred McDowell, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Elmore James, and Yank Rachell, along with usual suspect Robert Johnson and his most modern influence, R.L. Burnside. Burnin’ features many of Ron’s favorite songs, including many songs he’s been playing since the beginning of his career, and originals that take you through Ron Hacker’s life story.  Ron’s approach to blues is similar to that of artists from the blues classic era, playing old-time blues, rough and raw.

Catalog #4518 (Released June 15, 2010)
$12.99
4517 Chaz DePaolo - Bluestopia
Style: Blues

Chaz DePaolo has come into his own and really shines on his latest recording, “Bluestopia,” his fourth release, featuring 6 original songs and 3 scorching covers. Chaz DePaolo has persevered through the disappointments and rejections of life which is the blues, and brings his experience to you on “Bluestopia.” Guest artists David Maxwell on piano and Jason Ricci and harp help to bring it home for a blistering set of blues based not only in New York blues traditions, but also with influences in Chicago and the Mississippi Delta.

Catalog #4517 (Released May 18, 2010)

$12.99


Mr Keith Little - Take It Off And Get Loose With It Mr. Keith Little - Take It Off And Get Loose With It
Style: Blues/Soul

The latest album by soul-blues titan Keith Little showcases some of his best work to date in a range of styles, including Blues, Soul, R&B and Funk. The album, entitled Take It Off And Get Loose With It, features 12 original songs based on Keith’s life experiences from the past, present, and a likely future with themes that include comedy, fantasy, and Keith’s own take on personal situations.

Catalog #4515 (Released February 16, 2010)

$12.99
Cee Cee James - Low Down Where The Snakes Crawl Cee Cee James - Low Down Where The Snakes Crawl
Style: Blues

Cee Cee James has a voice made for the blues – deep, raspy and full of soulful emotion. Often compared to Janis Joplin, her voice and feeling for the blues have brought her scores of fans through her intense live performances, and is now captured on CD for the first time. Featuring 11 original tracks, Low Down Where The Snakes Crawl brings together a tight, well-rehearsed band with a strong, solid voice that is sure to blow you away. 

Catalog #4516 (Released February 16, 2010)

$12.99

Michael Packer - Free Beer Michael Packer - Free Beer
Style: Blues

Michael Packer has been a staple of the New York City Blues and Folk music scene since he was 15 years old and playing at the Bitter End in Greenwich Village. This well-known and respected member of the New England Blues community brings you his latest recording “Free Beer,” a strong blues-rock album including an eclectic mix of originals and classics, all firmly rooted in NYC blues traditions with a touch of Chicago Blues flare.

Catalog #4513 (Released February 16, 2010)

$12.99
Solomon King - Under The Sun Solomon King - Under The Sun
Style: Blues

Solomon King’s musical style travels across time and space from the mellow, acoustic world of Modern Classic Blues to the electrifying universe of Urban Blues. The West Coast blues born in the 1940s erupted in Southern Cali known for jazzy guitar solos and honey-toned vocals then crisscrossed America returning in the 60s with Blue-eyed Blues Rock, White Soul and Outlaw Country Blues. Now enter Solomon King, heating up the Blues flame with his soul stirring hometown Motown rhythms and tell-it-like-it-is lyrics. Welcome to the New American Blues.

Catalog #4514 (Released February 16, 2010)

$12.99

big walker Big Walker - Still Dream Walking
Style: Blues

Walker writes and sings his own music and plays harmonica and saxophone in accompaniment. He is extremely versatile, mixing American folk music, blues, country, soul, rock, and funk. Walker played in Albert Collins band as well as Luther Tucker and Michael Bloomfield's bands. Touring with Luther Tucker's band for 10 years he opened for artists that included Lowell Fulson, Percy Mayfield and Big Mama Thornton. He's also recorded on six of Eric Bibb's CDs.


Catalog #4512 (Released October 5, 2009)

$13.99
Doug & Dan Doug Adamz & Dan Hayes - Blues Duo
Style: Acoustic Blues

"...they present a seamless rapport...a highly enjoyable album of gentle acoustic blues from a talented pair of guitarists." -Graham Clarke (Blues Bytes)

"pure and honest music" -Eelco Schilder (FolkWorld)

"...years of playing together have allowed the duo to craft a totally integrated sound...recommended for fans of the acoustic blues format."
-Mark Thompson (Blues Blast)

Catalog #4503 (Released April 1, 2008)

$7.99

Rusty Evans Burning Man Rusty Evans - Burning Man
Style: Americana/Alt. Country/Folk

Rusty Evans, considered by many to be the reincarnation of Johnny Cash, offers up 13 originals on his latest release “Burning Man.” This traditionally based album covers the broad spectrum of roots music from Folk to Alternative Country to Rockabilly. Rusty is known foremost for his long tenure in New York’s Greenwich Village and his induction into the Rockabilly Hall of Fame. However, he was also once a writer in the Brill Building, has appeared on Dick Clark’s American Bandstand, and has shared the stage with everyone from Buddy Holly to Bob Dylan. His experiences have presented him with countless influences, and he displays many of them within. Comprised of largely topical songs, “Burning Man” speaks of Rusty’s experiences in rambling from Greenwich Village in New York to San Francisco and every stop along the way; including the people he met, the places he went and the lessons and stories he acquired along the way.

Catalog #4101 (Released Jan 09, 2007)

$7.99

"Rusty Evans is roots americana, the real deal" -Maria Muldaur

"Excellent and highly recommended!" -Marc Bristol (Blue Suede News)

"...warm and personable countrybilly." -Rockabilly Magazine

"...he transcends mere mimicry and captures the true essense of [Johnny] Cash's craft." -Ken Burke (Country Standard Time)

"...the uncrowned heir to Johnny Cash's mantle." -Maverick

"...it is a really fine album." -Sing Out!

"This mixture of country, rockabilly, folk and rock...is burning with imagination." -Dave Howell (Rambles.net)

"Rusty Evans' songwriting is eclectic, sensitive, unique and engaging. A great story teller, in the classic tradition of Hank Williams and Johnny Cash." -Gary Bradshaw (Country Music Promoter)

I Got It Bad Marc Benno - I Got It Bad
Style: Blues

From his work with Leon Russell on the Asylum Choir albums to his appearance on the Doors LA Woman, to his work as a second guitarist for Lightnin’ Hopkins, Marc Benno has been an important part of the music scene for over 40 years. This veteran songwriter and musician returns with an album of original blues tunes featuring the West Side Horns from San Antonio and including Jimmie Vaughan's drummer George Rains and Sir Douglas Quintet bassist Jack Barber. A strong and powerful return to the blues!

Catalog #4510 (Released Jun 16, 2009)
Out of Print

Available as digital download and streaming music only
Crawlin Marc Benno - Crawlin
Style: Blues/Rock

The original recordings of the infamous Texas blues-rock band featuring Stevie Ray Vaughan on lead guitar (this is the first recorded appearance by Stevie), Doyle Bramhall on drums, Tommy McClure on bass guitar and Billy Etheridge on keyboards, performing classics written by Marc Benno and the band. Concentrating on Benno’s songwriting talents, the band took on a sound of their own and became underground legends in the Austin music scene of the 70’s. The album, which also features Stevie’s first instrumental, was recorded at Sunset Sound in Hollywood right before the Nightcrawlers went off on tour with J. Geils and Humble Pie. They returned from tour to find their label wasn’t looking for another blues based project, and the album has sat unreleased until now!

Catalog #4511 (Released Jun 16, 2009)
Out of Print

Available as digital download and streaming music only


Steve Rowe - Five
Style: Blues

Master blues guitarist Steve Rowe has gained his solid reputation and is acknowledged by the press and fans as a Guitar Hero. His latest release, FIVE, delivers the blues with rare intensity, buckets full of emotion, and a six-string style that draws flattering comparisons with the British Guitar Gods of the '60s.

From early Blue Note jazz, FIVE detours to New Orleans' Mardi Gras, back in time for some 30s jump blues, and ending with a side trip to Memphis for a nice Stax groove. Steve and the band remain true to the powerful sound of the blues that leaves plenty of room to let loose.

Catalog #4505 (Released Feb 17, 2009)

$10.99

Bill Abel - One-Man Band
Style: Blues

In his latest release “One-Man Band,” Bill brings you into the world of the Delta blues as a solo act, playing as many instruments as possible in a “live” setting. He accomplishes this by playing both lead and rhythm on a multitude of guitar setups, switching between electric guitar, dobro, and his own homemade cigar-box guitars while playing hi-hat and snare with one foot and bass drum with another, all the while accompanying himself vocally with his signature coarse growl. The end result is a raw, undiluted adaptation of largely electric blues rooted deep in the Mississippi delta tradition.

Catalog #4504 (Released Jul 22, 2008)
No Longer Available Here


Steve Rowe - Live a Montreal
Style: Blues

When the time came to begin work on Steve Rowe's fourth album, it seemed only natural to create the new effort as a live album. For the past several years Steve has been winning over massive crowds in the Canadian blues festival circuit, and has garnered a reputation as both a regional guitar hero and a guitarist's guitarist. On "Live a Montreal," Steve shows us exactly what he's made of and why he's held in such high regard.

Catalog #4509 (Released 2006)


$9.99

Steve Rowe - Front Rowe Center
Style: Blues

Front Rowe Center is an invitation to experience - up close and personal - the evolving blues of guitarist Steve Rowe. The rich tones of his guitar stimulate your senses like vintage whiskey, mellowed with age, warm and welcoming in one breath, sultry and demanding in the next. Aged to perfection, steeped with experience, Front Rowe Center offers the listener a strong, powerful set of blues the way it was meant to be played - with all the passion and feeling that can be mustered.

Catalog #4508 (Released June 2005)


$9.99


Steve Rowe - No Refund No Return
Style: Blues

Displaying a vast amount of growth over the span of two years, Steve Rowe returns with his sophomore album, "No Refund No Return," an album comprised entirely of original material. On this album, Steve and Cohort Alex McElcheran focus on bringing new life to traditional blues styles and song forms, creating a unique and high-energy amalgamation of old and new.

Catalog #4507 (Released 2002)

$9.99

Steve Rowe - Driving the Blues Away
Style: Blues

For his debut album "Driving the Blues Away," Steve Rowe takes us on a road trip around the United States, paying homage to his favorite regional blues styles, including the Texas Shuffle, straight-forward Chicago Style blues, and jazz influenced swing blues representative of Kansas City and St. Louis styles. A diverse and exciting journey through the musical landscape of the blues.

Catalog #4506 (Released 2000)

$9.99



Rusty Evans Burning Man Rusty Evans - Burning Man
Style: Americana/Alt. Country/Folk

Rusty Evans, considered by many to be the reincarnation of Johnny Cash, offers up 13 originals on his latest release “Burning Man.” This traditionally based album covers the broad spectrum of roots music from Folk to Alternative Country to Rockabilly. Rusty is known foremost for his long tenure in New York’s Greenwich Village and his induction into the Rockabilly Hall of Fame. However, he was also once a writer in the Brill Building, has appeared on Dick Clark’s American Bandstand, and has shared the stage with everyone from Buddy Holly to Bob Dylan. His experiences have presented him with countless influences, and he displays many of them within. Comprised of largely topical songs, “Burning Man” speaks of Rusty’s experiences in rambling from Greenwich Village in New York to San Francisco and every stop along the way; including the people he met, the places he went and the lessons and stories he acquired along the way.

Catalog #4101 (Released Jan 09, 2007)

$7.99

Ross Hubbell Trio CD Ross Hubbell Trio - Self Titled
Style: Acoustic/Swing (Gypsy) Jazz

Acoustic Swing Jazz in the style of Django Reinhardt and others in the Gypsy Jazz tradition.

”..while sounding hauntingly like Django, Ross Hubbell has developed his own unique sound, repertoire, and style in the world of Gypsy Jazz.” –All Frets Magazine


Catalog #4201 (Released Aug/05)

$12.99


Dan Hayes California Dan Hayes & Juke Joint - California 
Style: Traditional Blues

Traditional, Chicago-style blues transplanted to the California bay area.

“…a chilled-out, Charles Brown-like air…” -E.H. (Living Blues – July/August ’06)

“Nice and tasty guitar work and fine understated harmonica fills” -Dave Drury (Blues Matters – Issue #33, Aug/Sept ’06)

“..typifies what great blues is all about.” –Herb Barbee (Roots Music Report)



Catalog #4501 (Released 05/02/06)



$7.99




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