Lay Down Your Worries, HADDEN SAYERS-Rolling Soul.   Sayers plays guitar in Ruthie Foster’s band, she helps him out on this one.
I Didn’t Take Your Woman , LOU PRIDE – Ain’t No More Love In This House.   Posthumous release from Soul man Pride
Gallows Pole, ALVIN YOUNGBLOOD HART – True Blues  My fav from an all-star collection.
First Shot, JOHNNY SANSONE –  Once It Gets Started.
Sang With The Gypsies, JOHNNY SANSONE – Once It Gets Started.  Hard to choose only one from one of my favorite albums of the year
Meet Me In Chicago, BUDDY GUY –  Rhythm & Blues.  An inspiration to Hendrix decades ago, Mr. Guy is still killin’ it at age 77
Mississippi Hill Country, HOMEMADE JAMZ BLUES BAND –  Mississippi Hill Country.  These Kids are growing up fast and rockin’ hard
I Want To Change Your Mind, FRANK BEY/ANTHONY PAULE –  Soul For Your Blues. Philly singer Bey teams with SF guitarist Paule
A Fact Is A Fact, CHRIS JAMES/PATRICK RHYNN –Barrelhouse Stomp. Gritty,  tue to the idiom blues, with modern lyrical twists
My Street, URSULA RICKS –  My Street. Baltimore singer Ricks delivers an delightfully eclectic disc with strong original cuts
Hard Sometimes, JAMES COTTON –  Cotton Mouth Man – Slam dunk album for multiple Blues Music Awards. Every tune is a gem.