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Thursday, December 16, 2021

Robert Thurman - Red Clay Diaries - New Release Review

 I just had the opportunity to review the most recent release, Red Clay Diaries, from Robert Thurman and it's a vital blues rocker as stripped as it gets. Opening with Never Ending Sky, Robert Thurman on vocal accompanies himself on acoustic guitar. His vocal style is basic and his guitar work spartan but the feeling is all there. Cool opener. Thurman's approach on Might As Well Say Alright puts me in mind of Lou Reed's approach on some of his early work. Minimalist but focused. Acoustic guitar and vocal. My favorite track on the release is American Jesus Blues with it's driving acoustic guitar rhythm and Thurman's wry sense of humor. Wrapping the release is Small Town Blues. This is a cool melodic track with a fat slice or reality. Very cool. 


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