Blues Round-up: October 2015
Henry Yates on new releases from Robert Chaney, Tensheds, Patrick Sweany, Roy Rogers and Muddy Waters 100
Robert Chaney: Cracked Picture Frames
If this album was a film – and that’s how Robert Chaney intended it to feel – it’d hook you from the first frame. Over bleary-eyed bottleneck and a bust-microphone vocal, Black Eyed Susan finds the Florida-born songwriter in character as a wife-beater fielding a dawn visit from the cops (‘And then they turned to her, and she spoke not a word...’ ).
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