What’s New in Issue 134

January 27, 2013 in Editorial

issue-134What does Mud Morganfield, son of Muddy Waters, think of extended guitar solos?

Which twelve New Orleans tracks are ‘must plays’ at your own Mardi Gras Party?

Why does Charlie Wood say that playing in Albert King’s band was like ‘boot camp’?

What did Bill Sims Jnr. (of Heritage Blues Orchestra) think of Beyonce’s contribution to ‘Cadillac Records’?

What is the history behind the ground-breaking resonator guitar?

Why is Norman Beaker glad to have misplaced his first ever recording?

All these questions are answered in Issue 134.

Tune in to this month’s featured blues radio show, Bob and Norm, on www.gtfm.co.uk , find out how you can encourage blues musicians to visit your local schools and find out, from Tom Attah, if the Rolling Stones really did find Muddy Waters repainting Chess Studios.

There are dozens of CDs and DVDs reviewed and reports of live gigs from Teignmouth in the South to Edinburgh in the North.

Michael Ford

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