Blues Music Magazine #4 by EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Art Tipaldi



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Gary Davis, has that old-timey feel with the bass, melody, and harmony all picked by Small’s thumb, index, and middle finger. There are tunes by Howlin’ Wolf (“Moanin’ At Midnight”), Rufus Thomas (“Walkin’ The Dog”), and St. ” There’s some fierce finger picking, and vocals done in Patton’s aggressive style. Small, who has been on the music scene for more than 40 years, describes the record as a sampler of his various guitar grooves that make up his solo shows, and that goal is achieved. – Karen Nugent 38 Blues Music Magazine Born Thaddeus Hall, his name has been legally changed to Seward Shah and the sobriquet of “Harmonica Shah” fits him well.

Yet, taken against the backdrop of her growing body of work, it’s immediately obvious that this 38-year old powerhouse is no one-trickpony. Consider the bluster of “How Did Things Get This Way,” more unapologetic rock posturing than blues, proving Fuchs is a feral tigress on the loose. Or the red-hot bluster of the B-3-soaked “Livin’ On Sunday” with its complementary chorus of Tabitha Fair and Nicki Richards and its far from church-like insatiability. Her sultry performance across “So Hard To Move” joins with her honkytonkin’, country treatment of “Nothin’ On My Mind” and you start to get the picture.

Walker was out promoting his latest recoding, What You See Is What You Get. Cocking an ear toward the tracks that run hard by the building, he remarked that he wished he’d had a train song ready. If that could be considered a glitch, it was the only one in this approximately two-hour solo tour de force. And one he would rectify with an eye-popping, percussive, combination slide and bottle-neck overhand and around and under the guitar’s body while finger picking an express train of an encore. Walker is a guitarist’s guitarist, evident by his status as a master instructor at Jorma Kaukonen’s acclaimed guitar camp, Fur Peace Ranch.

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