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Q (p.126) - 3 stars out of 5 - "[H]e sang and played the blues like a natural..."Mojo (Publisher) (p.69) - "The album opened a new door to the entire blues-rock genre."39.32299

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Rolling Stone (6/15/95, p.81) - 3 Stars - Good - "...A vital intro, STRAWBERRY JAM reminds us that the blues remains unbound by time and circumstance. Instead it's the swing of the thing that counts.."38.92778

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Mojo (Publisher) (p.70) - "[T]he album still sported tough WindyCity blues...but also delved into jazz improvisation around Nat Adderley's'Work Song,' a master-class in controlled dynamics under Butterfield's bandleading."33.36667

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Living Blues (7-8/02, p.42) - "...A harp tour-de-force....Cotton leaves the vocal duties to others and concentrates on his still powerful instrumental skills..."Mojo (Publisher) (8/02, p.97) - "...Cotton's blowing is as downright deep-dyed blue as ever..."33.36667

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Dirty Linen (4-5/00, p.69) - "...an anthology of the real thing at its raw, raucous best. There are a few familiar names, like Sunnyland Slim and Eddy Clearwater, but most of the artists are unfamiliar....a great cross-section of rough-and-ready second-line Chicago bands from the golden age..."Living Blues (1-2/00, pp.89-90) - "...includes many standout performances....great sides by...often overlooked artists, and Delmark is due a tip of the cap for making this generous cross-section available..."27.80556

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Rolling Stone (1/20/72, p.54) - "...John Mayall's Bluesbreakers were simply the best-ever white British blues band..."0.2782316

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Down Beat (12/97, p.92) - 3 1/2 stars (out of 5) - "At 83, Perkins has made his best album since bolting the Legendary Blues Band for a solo career..."0.2782316

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Living Blues (Jan/Feb 93, p.75) - "...a superior rhythm section and a more relaxed and spontaneous atmosphere that generates much more of the excitement of a live blues band..."0.2782316

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Down Beat (May 2002, p.56) - 4 out of 5 stars - "...One of the best blues bands in the land...Charlie Baty and Rick Estrin are perennial 20-game winners on a pitching staff..."Living Blues (7-8/02, p.55) - "...Impressive..."0.2086737

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Musician (4/91) - "...a great record. Rogers' combination of eloquent guitar and suave vocals is reminiscent of Lonnie Johnson, but he rocks harder. And there's no mistaking the presence of Muddy [Waters]'s guitar, Otis Span's piano and especially Little Walter's mercurial harp....one of the best workouts by one of the best Chicago blues bands ever."0.1738948

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Rolling Stone (12/7/68, p.28) - "...the best album ever put out by a white blues band....[Mayall's] singing is excellent....If there is a quality that really distinguishes this record, it's the presence of piano...it adds a rustic, very country blues-ish flavor to the songs..."Living Blues (p.67) - "A HARD ROAD consisted of mostly original material, Green's guitar tone more piercing and distorted than Clapton's, lending an emotional grit to tracks like the horn-laced 'Another Kinda Love.'"0.1391158

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Rolling Stone (9/18/97, p.106) - "...[Cream] were capable of hard-driving discipline as well as discursive solos....Cream pump out taut psychedelia...crystalline pop...and crunching hard-rock hooks..."Entertainment Weekly (9/26/97, p.79) - "The sheer intensity of the pioneering psychedelic-blues band, Cream...remains undeniable 30 years after their demise. Guitarist Eric Clapton never sounded quite as electric as when prodded by the hyperactive bass of Jack Bruce and the savage stomp of drummer Ginger Baker." - Rating: AMusician (11/97, p.88) - "...Cream was really two bands...a studio band and a live band, with a heavy blues focus that evolved into a postmodern view of pop as their artistry grew and the technology of the recording studios rose to meet their challenge..."0.1391158

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Rolling Stone (12/7/68, p.28) - "...the best album ever put out by a white blues band....[Mayall's] singing is excellent....If there is a quality that really distinguishes this record, it's the presence of piano...it adds a rustic, very country blues-ish flavor to the songs..."Living Blues (p.67) - "A HARD ROAD consisted of mostly original material, Green's guitar tone more piercing and distorted than Clapton's, lending an emotional grit to tracks like the horn-laced 'Another Kinda Love.'"0.1391158

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Rolling Stone (11/26/70, p.34) - "...their music is as ephemeral as Marvel Comics, and as vivid as an old Technicolor cartoon....Their albums refine the crude public tools of all dull white blues bands into something awesome..." -Lester BangsQ (11/94, p.143) - 5 Stars - "...Zeppelin were spinning around like a carousel...from the crunchy riff anthems ('Immigrant Song') to blues rollercoasters ('Since I've Been Loving You') to tail-shaking boogie ('Out On The Tiles')..."0.1391158

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Rolling Stone (8/19/71, p.39) - "...The Allman Brothers had many fine moments at the Fillmores and this live album must surely epitomize all of them..."Rolling Stone (9/30/71, p.42) - "...The Allman Brothers Band as a whole is making some of the best rock band music anywhere these days....ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND AT FILMORE EAST is their best so far..."Rolling Stone (8/8/02, p.82) - 5 stars out of 5 - "...Captured America's best blues-rock band at its peak..."Rolling Stone (8/19/71, p.39) - "...The Allman Brothers had many fine moments at the Fillmores and this live album must surely epitomize all of them..."Rolling Stone (9/30/71, p.42) - "...The Allman Brothers Band as a whole is making some of the best rock band music anywhere these days....ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND AT FILMORE EAST is their best so far..."0.1217263

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Rolling Stone (12/25/97, p.164) - "...captures Led Zeppelin in their early, hungry prime, a white blues-rock band with big ideas and the instrumental might and cocksure nerve to pull them off..."Entertainment Weekly (11/28/97, p.85) - "Let Page and Plant timewarp you back to a pre-PHYSICAL GRAFFITI era when Zep were still breathing blues fire. These oft-bootlegged live shows from '69 and '71 (remastered by Page himself) are sloppy, gravy thick, and rife with inspired Page-Plant interplay..."- Rating: BMelody Maker (11/29/97, p.44) - "...the band at their rawest, bluesiest best."Musician (4/98, pp.87-88) - "...the mettle of the mighty Zep comes through loud and raw....BBC SESSIONS is a must own..."0.1217263

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Rolling Stone (8/19/71, p.39) - "...The Allman Brothers had many fine moments at the Fillmores and this live album must surely epitomize all of them..."Rolling Stone (9/30/71, p.42) - "...The Allman Brothers Band as a whole is making some of the best rock band music anywhere these days....ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND AT FILMORE EAST is their best so far..."Rolling Stone (8/8/02, p.82) - 5 stars out of 5 - "...Captured America's best blues-rock band at its peak..."Rolling Stone (8/19/71, p.39) - "...The Allman Brothers had many fine moments at the Fillmores and this live album must surely epitomize all of them..."Rolling Stone (9/30/71, p.42) - "...The Allman Brothers Band as a whole is making some of the best rock band music anywhere these days....ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND AT FILMORE EAST is their best so far..."0.1217263

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Dirty Linen (2-3/00, pp.53-4) - "...one of the most eye-and-ear-opening sets in the history of blues music....for any musician who traveled the road from rock to blues in the 60s, these recordings were a vital bridge....a must for blues lovers."0.1069136

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Spin (2/93, p.85) - "...an aptly named set of killer blues classics...If you're not already into the blues, you couldn't find a better introduction than these 5 volumes: 90 tracks of some of the best music this country has produced..."Musician (5/93, p.86) - "...musical depictions of some ideal universe.... all feature some of the best segues since man first walked erect..."0.1014271

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Dirty Linen (6-7/00, pp.92-3) - "...Brings together some of the choicest blues artists ever to pick up a harmonica....an excellent introduction to the blues genre with detailed liner notes on all songs and discography included..."0.1014271

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Entertainment Weekly (p.59) - "[With a] trove of unreleased material, some of it -- three tunes from folkie Bert Sommer, the Grateful Dead's beatific 'Dark Star' -- truly breathtaking." -- Grade: BDirty Linen (p.48) - "You get it all: Some of the best bands of the 60s, the rantings of Abbie Hoffman, the rain chants, the announcements...outlining all of the fun..."Record Collector (magazine) (p.92) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "The first real previously-unheard gems come when Tim Hardin wrenches a fragile 'Hang On To A Dream' from his doomed soul, before a rousing 'Sing A Simple Song Of Freedom'..."Uncut (magazine) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Space is awarded to Quill, Sweetwater and Mountain, recognising perhaps that this was an even as much about the little guys as it was the stars."0.05175932

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Rolling Stone (p.116) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "What it is: nonstop late-Sixties-and-Seventies party time from the deep recesses of these major-label catalogs."Entertainment Weekly (p.73) - "Even as greasy boogaloo gives way to polyrhythmic Cat Stevens covers, the four discs stave off the 4/4 behemoth of disco." -- Grade: A-0.03585991

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Q (5/93, p.109) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...abbreviated but still staggering account of [the Chess brothers's] proprietorial claim on Chicago blues....an astonishing collection..."Musician (5/93, p.86) - "...it's the mix of the familiar with the relatively obscure, the consistency of vision, that makes CHESS BLUES so compelling..."0.02988326

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