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Joanne Shaw Taylor "Diamonds in the Dirt" Live
Joanne Shaw Taylor from England, is a British blues rock guitarist and singer, who was discovered by Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics at the age of 16.

On 4 June 2012, Taylor played lead guitar in Annie Lennox's band at the Diamond Jubilee Concert in London. Taylor played an extended solo during the performance in front of Buckingham Palace, attended by approximately 12,000 people. Just before her solo spot, Taylor's Fuzz Face pedal malfunctioned, leaving a much cleaner guitar sound than usual. This apparent misfortune was ameliorated, however, when she was informed that Stevie Wonder had loved her "clean, bluesy, understated tone".

Mike Zito - Make Blues Not War. Tom Hambridge and Mike Zito knock it out of the park. Reviewed by Artie Bucco.

Sewlyn Birchwood - Pick Your Poison. Sewlyn's latest knockout album on Alligator Records reviewed here. Reviewed by C. Warre.

Michele D'Amour and the Love Dealers - Lost Nights in the Leopard Lounge. A Seattle-based band playing blues and r&b. Reviewed by R. Briganza.

John Mayall's Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton - released in England on the 22nd of July in 1966 showcasing the definitive Clapton blues tracks. Reviewed by C. Warre.

B.B. King's - Indianola Mississippi Seeds Recorded in 1969 and 1970 King cites Indianola Mississippi Seeds as his personal favorite album. Reviewed by Leigh Baxter.

Johnny Winters' - Second Winter Besides Winter producing, playing guitar and mandolin and singing on the album, the personnel includes his brother Edgar on keyboards, alto saxophone & vocals Uncle John Turner on drums, and Tommy Shannon & Dennis Collins on bass. Reviewed by Martin Avery.

The one thing the blues don't get is the backing and pushing of TV and radio like a lot of this garbage you hears. They choke stuff down people's throat so they got no choice but to listen to it.
    — John Lee Hooker
It's very easy to learn. And very difficult to master.
    — Sonny Terry
If T-Bone Walker had been a woman, I would have asked him to marry me. I'd never heard anything like that before: single-string blues played on an electric guitar.
    — B.B. King
The parallel development in American blues to the British movement has resulted in Johnny Winters.
    — Alexis Korner

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