Recently, I've purchased and have been listening to:Tell 'Em What Your Name Is! by Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears
. Kind of a throwback to a bluesy-Funky James Brown-with-Guitar-type of sound. I like it... it's fun. Red Hot Chili Peppers: Greatest Hits
. I had an earlier "Best of", but admit to being a sucker for some of their slow ballads (Under the Bridge, Scar Tissue, etc) which didn't appear on the earlier disc.Keb' Mo's debut
. For whatever reason, I never purchased any Keb' Mo'. But hearing more and more from him on Pandora, I went for this disc. All acoustic, Mississippi blues. Nice. Duke Meets the Earl: Ronnie Earl and Duke Robillard
. Slow-burn blues interplay between two master guitarists. Boston and Providence based, so I'm lucky enough to have seen these guys in small venues on several occasions.Warren Haynes: Live At The Moody Theater (2CD + 1DVD)
. I've been running the DVD in the background in my office quite a bit over the last several days. Camerawork and mixing is only "Good", but the sound quality is nice!
This morning, I just scored Gov't Mule tix for a local June Show.