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Live From the Fox Oakland captures the band firing on all cylinders at their Sept 9, 2016 show that fans and band members regard as one of their finest performances to date. The film also features extensive behind the scenes footage of the band on the road, as well as interviews with Marc Maron and David Fricke.
Iconic musician John Mayall adds to his already illustrious career with the release of a brand new album. The record features Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Joe Walsh.
Following the success of the Grammy nominated Dr. Um and the Lost Pages, Peter Erskine and his Dr. Um band are ready to release a slew of new compositions, plus some tasty standards from Henry Mancini and Victor Young.
Robert Randolph and the Family Band are back with their first new studio album in four years. Along with the title track, it features appearances from Anthony Hamilton, Darius Rucker, and Cory Henry.
Blues music visionary Otis Taylor reflects on the African American experience in a timely release on the Trance Blues Festival label. Otis Taylor's poetic musical exploration from the voyages of slave ships to the Mississippi Delta with a raw and haunting multi-instrumental blend that reveals the connection of history to modern day events; features musical guests Jerry Douglas, Brandon Niederauer and Ron Miles.
Never one to limit her creative journeys, Lundy explores the realms of Jazz, Blues, Brazilian Samba and Pop with a multitude of messages that reflect not only the complexities of her own mindset, but the disparity of the world at large.
Smooth jazz icon Rick Braun returns with a brand new album, which features brilliant re-imaginings of Coldplay's Yellow and Alicia Keys's hit In Common. There are also inspired originals like Love Take Me and Everything Is Alright.
This collection features selections by Lightning Hopkins, Bobby Bland, Roosevelt Sykes, Big Mama Thornton, Jimmy Witherspoon, BB King, Elmore James, Howling Wolf, Lowell Fulsom, Johnny Guitar Watson.