Our latest release (Will The Circle Be Unbroken – ElectroBluesSociety feat Roscoe Chenier)) was featured by Jeremy Rees in his radio show “Soul of the Blues” on Radio Cardiff in the UK.
Today we release a new single
B&T 966 – Will The Circle be Unbroken – ElectroBluesSociety feat Roscoe Chenier
The original acapella recording of this old gospel tune was done by Roscoe Chenier and released by us in 2006. On this brand new release ElectroBluesSociety adds a musical background to Roscoe’s voice. We had the luck to work with Roscoe on several releases and tours in Europe from 1993 on and he was one of the nicest guys to work with. Unfortunately Roscoe died (far too soon) in February 2013.
This new track is released digital only and available on all the download and streaming platforms. Here are the links to a few popular ones.
today we released this new single
B&T 965 – Harrison Kennedy & miXendorp – Bob Lo Island (remix)
Best known as the lead vocalist of the Chairmen of the Board Harrison Kennedy was born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario, before moving to Detroit to join up with this group that was started as part of the new Holland-Dozier-Holland label Invictus / Hot Wax. In the mid-’70s, Kennedy left the group and struck out on a solo career. Over the years he has been able to pull from styles as varied as funk, soul, R&B, folk, rock, and gospel. In 2008, Kennedy was nominated for Best Blues Recording in Canada’s Juno Awards. Here is a new miXendorp remix of one of his songs. The original recording of this song was only voice and percussion and it was released by Harrison on Black and Tan Records in 2005.
The track is released digital only and available on all the download and streaming platforms. Here are the links to a few popular ones:
yesterday we released a new single on Black and Tan Records :
B&T 963 – Instinctively Wrong (remix) – Jimmy Reiter & miXendorp
Jimmy Reiter is a guitarist, singer and convincing songwriter, firmly rooted in the tradition of Blues and R&B. For over 10 years Jimmy was lead guitarist with US Blues singer/harmonica player Doug Jay as well as supporting player for numerous international Blues artists on their European tours, such as Larry Garner, Big Daddy Wilson, Albie Donnelly and Memo Gonzalez. In 2011 Jimmy started working under his won name and so far he released two albums. Last month Jimmy and his band received the German Blues Award for Best Band of 2017.
The new release is a miXendorp remix of one of the songs from Jimmy’s latest release. The music is released digital only and available on all the download and streaming platforms. Here are the links to a few popular ones:
The single is available on all the digital download and streaming platforms and here the links to a few popular ones.
today we released a new record of David Philips
B&T 962 – David Philips – Winter
November 2016 to March 2017 David Philips locked himself in his studio and spent the winter months writing and recording new material. Harking back to the full band sound of his debut album, but this time with a grittier sound centred mainly around the electric guitar and his new found love of the drum kit. Very much the studio loner David wrote, recorded and produced the whole record himself, playing all instruments and also designing the artwork. David says of the writing process : “With these songs I was experimenting with a new way of writing, something much more spontaneous, organic and immediate, trying my best to keep the inner critic at bay for as long as possible. I was able to centre the songs around what I hope are strong hooks and allowing myself to write with the electric guitar rather than the acoustic gave the songs a different energy.” Stylistically sitting somewhere between Ryan Adams and Doyle Bramhall II, yet as ever with his own instantly recognisable sound, Philips mixes pop, blues, rock and a touch of soul on this compact and to the point collection of 8 new songs entitled simply “Winter.”
The music will be released digital only and is available on all download and streaming platforms.
Today we released the first single from an upcoming David Philips album
B&T 961 – David Philips – Home
November 2016 to March 2017 David Philips locked himself in his studio and spent the winter months writing and recording new material. Harking back to the full band sound of his debut album, but with more grit, more electric guitar, more to say and a clearer idea of how to say it. Very much the studio loner David recorded and produced the whole record himself, playing all instruments and also designing the artwork. “Home” is the upbeat new single from this collection of recordings entitled simply “Winter” due out April 10 !
The single is available on all streaming and download platforms.
today we released:
BA 521 – BLu ACiD feat John Blake – No Time
the fourth single from a recording session that BLu ACiD did with singer John Blake in 2016. Released digital-only and available at all the popular platforms. Here are a few links
today we released the first single from ElectroBluesSociety
B&T 960 – ElectroBluesSociety – Duck (single version)
This is the first ‘official’ release from this new duo. Modern technologies and 30+ years of live stage experience using computers, a double bass, guitars, foot pedals, vintage amps, midi controllers, an old drumkit and lots of cables. At their website you can find more information, video’s and more music.
The single is released digital only and here are the links to a few popular platforms
B&T 959 – Boo Boo Davis – Live And Almost Unplugged
So far all of Boo Boo’s records were cut in one take live in the studio, but without an audience. This is the first time we have released a record that is recorded live WITH an audience. Boo Boo, John and Jan are not famous for playing soft or subtle but sometimes they really take it down if the situation asks for it. Cafe de Amer is a small barn in the middle of nowhere in the north of Holland. Over the last twenty years this place has become a famous stage where musicians from all over the world come to play for music fans from all over the country. The place holds a maximum of 100 people and the distance between the musicians and the audience is less then 3 feet. Over the years Boo Boo has become a regular and this was his sixth show in De Amer. The recordings for this release are made with just one stereo microphone in the middle of a completely packed room.
This record will be released digital only and here are the links to a few popular platforms.