By Jim Hynes - Glide Magazine CLICK to sample this album, order CD, download or stream! The adventurous, chameleon-like, affable Chicago pianist Johnny Iguana is finally making his blues debut as a leader. He’s been a sideman on countless Delmark albums and yes, he’s the
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Linsey Alexander is a true Bluesman, and these performances were recorded from a live show at a the legendary Chicago blues club, Rosa’s Lounge. Continuing the Delmark legacy of great live recordings, this album will give Linsey the respect he deserves as an artist and
Delmark Records presents No Border Blues, the first ever American compilation of the Japanese blues scene! The 1970’s Japanese tours of Chicago blues legends Otis Rush, Jimmy Dawkins, Eddie Taylor, and others created a small but intense Japanese blues scene that bursts over
THIS IS MUSIC FOR THE TIME AFTER. After so many trends and the aftermath of 20th century’s aesthetical propositions this is music that re ects into itself and contem- plates itself on a historical mirror without recurring to the alibi of the “tribute”. This is music that, as poet
Johnny Burgin: CD release party at Martyr's...!!
“California Blues” (Live) Delmark 8858 Digital Single California Blues is offered as a special single from the upcoming live album done by artists who don’t play together regularly, performed for a packed house of enthusiastic fans! The band had just one night to nail it –
-The Metropolitan Jazz Octet and singer extraordinaire Dee Alexander joined forces and talent for “Too Hot For Words”, a celebration of Billie Holiday and her songbook also featuring Chicago’s own Jim Gailloreto on tenor saxophone. -The Fat Babies, Chicago’s preeminent
Jimmy Johnson, Dave Specter, Johnny Burgin, Guy King, Demetria Taylor + Mike Wheeler, Linsey Alexander, and Breezy Rodio, plus a winter 2019 blues release from Willie Buck! -The elder of the Chicago blues scene, 90-years-young JIMMY JOHNSON opens this list with a studio
Uptown: The Fat Babies' fourth album on the Delmark Records label, features the new, expanded, 8-piece version of the the band. The music is a mix of original music written by members of the band, and classic jazz tunes by artists like King Oliver, Tiny Parham, The New Orleans