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On every song, it’s the assertive and soulful voice of Neville that dials into the contemporary message of each tune. Neville’s vocal presence presides over every song without overpowering. Yet at the same time, his belief in every word he sings gives this record a timeless relevance. – Art Tipaldi SMOKIN’ JOE KUBEK AND BNOIS KING Road Dog’s Life Delta Groove The latest recording from the popular and prolific duo of Smokin’ Joe Kubek and Bnois King is not unlike so many of their earlier releases.
Also worth seeking is McNally’s album Geronimo from 2005 with Charles’ song, “Tennessee Blues” a standout too. – Bill Wasserzieher MONKEYJUNK All Frequencies Stony Plain Blues is evolving, as it should, but sometimes it’s difficult to determine if a CD is a rock-infused blues album or a blues-tinted rock album. That is the case with the third CD from Canada’s MonkeyJunk, as they turn away from their innovative roots/ blues/swamp boogie that saw them explode on the blues scene, accumulating awards and audiences.
The Good Doctor is also part BOOKER T JONES Sound The Alarm Stax/Concord of McNally’s homage to Charles, playing predictably fine piano and B-3 organ and sharing producer credit. His Lower 911 Band (John Fohl guitar, David Barard bass, Herman Ernest drums) are the core musicians, along with over-dubbed contributions from Luther Dickinson, Derek Trucks, Will Sexton, and country music’s reigning monarch Vince Gill. Charles, who died during this album’s four-year gestation, is said to have been in attendance for the primary sessions, and it was also one of the last projects for prolific New Orleans arranger Wardell Quezergue who provided the strings for several songs.