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Review by Richard S. Ginell As specifically indicated by the album’s title, the title tune’s bluesy cast, and Sweet Lou Donaldson’s own determined liner notes, this CD aims to strike a blow for soul-jazz, a once-popular, then-maligned idiom newly returned from exile. That it does — with no frills, no apologies, and an idiomatic supporting cast. For Donaldson, it was ...

Review by Thom Jurek Phil Upchurch was a celebrated, in-demand sideman in R&B, blues, and jazz before he recorded Feeling Blue, his 1967 Milestone debut as a leader. He’d already worked with everyone from Jimmy Reed and Curtis Mayfield to John Lee Hooker and B.B. King, and would go on to accompany many more and release a string of killer ...

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