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Established 1981


 

Artist   Scott Bradbury

 

Publication   Blues Revue   
Date  Thursday, January 1st, 1970  
Auther   Tom Hyslop
        
     Blues Bites

Chicago's Scott Bradbury has history (he was a member of Jimmy Rogers band), chops, and tone - he coaxes great Little Walter - inspired sounds from his harp. He also has a killer band, with Frank Bandy (electric bass) and Marty Binder (drums) laying down the groove and guitarist Tre' playing clean-toned, inventive lines. Callin' All Blues (TearDrop TDR 1009)has the songs to pull it all together, including sapient commentary and a Latin beat in "Be Careful What You Wish For," and muted slow blues in "Things I Should," where Tre' approaches Lurrie Bell territory. A hard-swinging harp instrumental ("Light Fuse Get Away") a big shuffle ("Clybourn Avenue") and an up tempo blues played Jimmy Johnson-style ("Don't Turn Your Back On The Blues") are all good.

 



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