Tag: Blues

The Rolling Stones – “England’s Newest Hit Makers”

The Rolling Stones – “England’s Newest Hit Makers”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “The ROLLING STONES are more than just a group – they are a way of life. A way of life that has captured the imagination of England’s teenagers, and made them one of the most sought after groups in Beatdom. For the Stones have their fingers on the pulse of... Read More »

José Feliciano – “A Bag Full of Soul, Folk, Rock and Blues”

José Feliciano – “A Bag Full of Soul, Folk, Rock and Blues”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “Sweeping, overwhelming – like a torrential river pouring down a mountainside – that was the effect of the first revelation of José Feliciano’s unbelievably broad-ranging talents on his debut album The Voice and Guitar of José Feliciano (LPM/LSP-3358).  Now that turbulent torrent of talent has been channeled, aimed, concentrated. All of José Feliciano’s... Read More »

Dick Jensen – “Giant of Hawaii”

Dick Jensen – “Giant of Hawaii”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review: To start let me say that I know very little about Dick Jensen, and that I had bought the album solely for the fact it’s signed and titled “The Giant of Hawaii” (Apparently 6ft is giant in Hawaii.) Anyways, Dick has some acting credits to his name,... Read More »

Elizabeth Barraclough – “Elizabeth Barraclough”

Elizabeth Barraclough – “Elizabeth Barraclough”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “Elizabeth’s voice was coming to me in Nashville over the phone from Woodstock… Butter and The Nashville Pickers setting her off just right… Building the intensity, letting it fly high, bringing it down to reality… Then Elizabeth took over, making the song her own. Then is was dance time, rock... Read More »