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Living Blues (9/03, pp.65-6) - "...There's no doubt that this is Primer's show - seldom, if ever, has a recording date so consistently captured the power of his singing and playing..."43.79688

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Record Collector (magazine) (p.100) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Brian Jones' hero Elmore James is represented by the always-exhilarating rush of 'Dust My Broom.'"0.8409462

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Living Blues (5-6/02, p.69) - "...Don't miss this one...Ike belongs on the same pedestal as blues guitar deities like Johnny Watson, Elmore James, BB King, Freddy King and T-Bone Walker..."0.6974543

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Living Blues (p.38) - "'Baby Please Set a Date,' led by Williams and Dawson, opens with a riff that sounds borrowed from a Willie Kent session....Elmore James Jr. possesses a fine natural blues voice..."0.6974543

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Dirty Linen (p.56) - "Tunes by Big Bill Bronzy, Elmore James, Howlin' Wolf, Jimmy Reed, Willie Dixon, Junior Wells, Buddy Guy and Muddy Waters are resurrected with reverence."Living Blues (p.37) - "[S]onically superb....These musicians have wholeheartedly embraced each song and they perform them as if the inspiration was their own."0.597818

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JazzTimes (6/01, p.106) - "...With a healthy dose of distortion on his guitar, this cat takes the rough-hewn Elmore James/Hound Dog Taylor/Lil' Ed Williams style to a new level..."Living Blues (5-6/01, pp.50,52) - "...This disc is a must for any fan of the James-Taylor-Hutto-Homesick school of slide guitar..."0.4981816

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Dirty Linen (06-07/03, p.92) - "...One of his most impressive albums. Landreth's distinctive playing is as dazzling as ever, even evoking the spirit of Elmore James in a few songs..."Living Blues (9/03, p.86) - "...Landreth can toss off thumping, rollicking rhythms and soaring, note-bending solos like nobody's business....A musician's musician, Landreth gracefully delivers one of the most organic-sounding albums of 2003..."0.4981816

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Dirty Linen (p.74) - "It shows the band in top form with Peter Green at the helm driving the songs into Chicago-blues territory with mostly original material by Green and Kirwan."Dirty Linen (p.89) - "With Mick Fleetwood joining with John McVie to create a rock-solid rhythm section, their former John Mayall's Bluesbreakers bandmate Peter Green combined with the then-teenage Elmore James-like slide guitarist Jeremy Spencer to bring a new sensibility to the blues tradition."0.3985453

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Dirty Linen (p.60) - "Rogers shows his flexibility with originals ranging from the Elmore James-like 'Patron Saint of Pain' to the saxophone-driven jazz-rocker 'Rite of Passage.'"Living Blues (p.37) - "The three instrumentals are the strongest songs on the set....'Your Sweet Embrace' stirs up emotions by combining East Indian music with flamenco and features world music guitarist Ottmar Liebert."0.3985453

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Dirty Linen (p.94) - "[A] gutsy, no-holds-barred set rooted in Chicago blues. Highly charged renditions of the Contours' 'First I Look at the Purse' and Hound Dog Taylor's 'Take Five' pay homage to early influences..."Living Blues (p.47) - "Like Elmore James, Ed has the uncanny knack of delivering a ballad with the same intensity and relentless, high volume attack he brings to his uptempo material, yet nonetheless making it sound tender..."0.3985453

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Dirty Linen (p.74) - "It shows the band in top form with Peter Green at the helm driving the songs into Chicago-blues territory with mostly original material by Green and Kirwan."Dirty Linen (p.89) - "With Mick Fleetwood joining with John McVie to create a rock-solid rhythm section, their former John Mayall's Bluesbreakers bandmate Peter Green combined with the then-teenage Elmore James-like slide guitarist Jeremy Spencer to bring a new sensibility to the blues tradition."0.3985453

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Rolling Stone (5/13/99, p.61) - Included in Rolling Stone's "Essential Recordings of the 90's."Rolling Stone (10/20/94, p.141) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...This is the plugged-in, all-blues album that old school Clapton freaks have been moaning and groaning for ever since the guitarist gave his two weeks' notice to John Mayall in July 1966..."Q (10/94, p.107) - 3 Stars - Good - "...The playing is impeccable and Clapton's voice...remains a thing of affecting simplicity..."Down Beat (12/94, pp.48-49) - 4.5 Stars - Very Good Plus - "...His passion seems authentic, unrehearsed, and there's a sort of moral earnestness to his plea for romantic reconciliation...his struggle with loneliness...and his soul-wrenching rejection of sadness....Clapton's slide guitar explodes ...like the Second Coming of Elmore James..."0.3487272

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Rolling Stone (12/26/96, p.189) - "...captures over two discs the full range of this astonishing quintet: letter-perfect Elmore James shuffles, heartfelt Buddy Holly Tributes and epic hard-rock originals....Green was the most melodic and understated of guitar heroes..."Dirty Linen (6-7/96, p.63) - "...the only real genius of the British blues movement, a man who could write, sing, and play the blues as if his life depended on it..."Musician (8/96, p.92) - "...this two-CD collection of radio performances makes a convincing case for the Mac as...one of the greatest bands of all time, period. Between Green's breathtaking command of soul, Kirwan's way with an old-timey melody, and Spencer's apparent ability to imitate anyone...this was one versatile bunch..."NME (Magazine) (10/28/95, p.56) - 8 (out of 10) - "...at the peak of the Jeremy Spencer/Peter Green-led line-up, they were probably the crown of the British blues boom, arguably even better than Cream....there's still a grounding in Chicago blues styles and some almost ethereal guitar licks from Green..."0.298909

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Living Blues (11-12/01, p.59) - "...This is a solid effort..."0.229587

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Dirty Linen (8-9/01, p.53) - "...An excellent intro to the giant's music..."Living Blues (7-8/01, p.81) - "...This is a disc to recommend for fans of James who don't already own these recordings in other forms..."0.229587

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