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Friday, October 14, 2022

Blue Heart Records artist: Miss Bix - Bring It - New Release Review


I just had the opportunity to review the most recent release, Bring It, by Miss Bix, and it's a cool blend of blues, rock, pop and soul. Opening with Ain't No Such Thing, Leslie Letven Bixler (Miss Bix) fronts the band on lead vocal, backed by Frank Goldwasser on guitar and Ralph Carter on bass, drums and guitar. A soul fused number with nicely blended vocals, a nice opener. On country flavored Trail of Tears, Goldwasser's slide guitar work really gives the track a southern blues rock feel, with Carter on resonator and Bix's vocals are soulful and lively. The Girl You Adore is one of my favorites on the release with a strong melody and really nice vocals by Bix. With Goldwasser on 12 string, John Thomas on Wurlitzer and Carter on bass, this track really has meat. Funky, Red Walls pairs Bix with Keeshea Pratt on vocal making for a really strong sound. Goldwasser on guitar, Tom Canning on B3, Bill Bixler on sax and Carter on guitar, bass and drums gives this track a strong chance for radio track of the release. New Orleans flavored, Daddy Why, puts Bix aside Tiffany Pollack as a great vocal duo. With Bill on sax, Thomas on piano and Carter on guitar bass and drums, this track has a great feel. Wrapping the release is acoustic blues, Movin' On, featuring Bix on vocal and acoustic guitar alone. This is a solid closer for a really enjoyable release. 

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