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Monday, December 12, 2022

Jeff Dale & The South Woodlawners - Blood Red Moon - New Release Review


I just had the opportunity to review the most recent release, Blood Red Moon, from Jeff Dale & The South Woodlawners and it's cool mix of blues based tracks. Opening with shuffle, You Made Your Own Bed, Jeff Dale on vocal and slide guitar leads the way, backed by Aaron Barnes on bass, Glen Doll on harmonica, Brian Lara on drums, Derek Phillips on keys, and Jon Slembieda on guitar. On title track, Blood Red Moon, I really like the swampy groove produced by Dale on guitar and vocal, joined by Elizabeth Hangan on backing vocal and Dane Little on cello. Autumn Blues is another interesting track with shimmery backing guitar and keys and sultry sax work by Steve Sax. Wrapping the release is funky blues, Things'll Get Worse with a Bo Diddley feel. With Slembieda laying down a rhythmic guitar vamp, Dale sings and plays slide, with hot harmonica punctuation by Glen Doll and Phillips on keys. This is a solid closer for a cool release. 

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