By EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Art Tipaldi
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New York’s Guy Davis, and hometown favorite, Brody Buster and his band. All musicians and groups that had official showcases in one of the hotel’s many ballrooms also had showcases in hotel rooms and suites, for a greater level of intimacy. Not surprisingly, with this kind of set-up, the music spilled out into the hallways on the fifth, sixth, and seventh floors of the hotel. Veteran acoustic bluesman Roy Book Binder, who makes his home in Tampa, Florida, when not on the road, was attending his second Folk Alliance.
John are able to illuminate the contrast between the city’s unique charm and gifts with the grittier side of its unpredictable violence. The title cut, one of five written by Rush, begins with that classic groove, but it quickly disappears into the background so that Rush’s observations about making the right decisions in everyday situations ring out clear. Somehow, making the correct decisions is the perfect follow-up solution to the tragedies he and Dr. John lamented in the previous song. Gustafson’s funky setting of his “Bobby Rush’s Bus” is a humorous ode to his decades of traveling with Rush.
But the unhurried circumstances of its creation in the comfort of his own house, his determination to invest himself in nearly every note, and the assistance of his friend and guitar tech Casey Wasner as co-producer all help generate the warmth in its grooves. Moore reflects on the album this way: “My job is to look for something that’s truthful. V. ” Albert King is covered with the seminal soul-blues gems “Born Under A Bad Sign” and “Down Don’t Bother Me,” Sam & Dave with “I Thank You,” Isaac Hayes (and numerous others) with Dionne Warwick’s “Walk On By,” and Ann Peebles’ biggest hit “I Can’t Stand The Rain,” the lone nod to Hi Records.
Blues Music Magazine #4 by EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Art Tipaldi