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JOHN EMMS REVIEWS/STONY PLAIN RECORDS STOKES UP THE FALL/BUSY SUMMER/JOHN NEMETH NAME THE DAY/BLUES & R&B PUTS ME IN A GOOD MOOD

iT’S GOING TO BE A GREAT FALL FOR BLUES..i’m looking at getting you the hip quotient with some new releases from  www.stonyplainrecords.com   which I should be sharing with you over the next few weeks. 

IT’S been a busy summer gigging with THE SHAFTMEN www.theshaftmen.com  recording a new solo cd CLOSE ANOTHER DOOR  www.johnemms.com and doing new radio shows which are now up as podcasts on APPLE ITUNES   http://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/collection-songs-johns-radio/id376049866  

HOWEVER BEFORE we get into that I wanted to go back to a cd I have been playing all summer and that is JOHN NEMETH’S latest titled NAME THE DAY

It would hard to call this a blues album, but it is one hell of a soul revue blast that could have come out of Hi Records/Muscle Shoals

The groove and horn charts to the title track, and Tuff Girl could be  right out of Solomon Burke’s mouth 30 years ago.

 THAT’S A GOOD THING..FOLKS..while Home In Your Heart could be Wilson Pickett without the screams. Either way IT MOVES YOU..and I’m hip to it

DO’NT FORGET..great new cd’s coming from JOE LOUIS WALKER, one of my face guitar guys RONNIE EARL and the ever popular DUKE ROBILLARD

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