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    On Friday 10/21/11 4:00 AM
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  • Gina says:
    On Tuesday 10/18/11 4:11 PM
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  • BlewzBuster says:
    On Sunday 11/27/05 9:54 PM
    At first I thought this was some obscure Otis Redding stuff. But it sounded like a new record. Then I realized ... this is brand new music and it stands up to the classics! It's familiar, and yet like nothing you've ever heard. Mother Blues take 'old school' into the new age, and into new directions. Buy their CD! Play it! Tell your neighbors about it! ... and remember ... you heard it here first.

  • Blues Maven says:
    On Thursday 11/24/05 1:51 AM
    Mother Blues is absolutely the best live band and best kept secret in Chicago. I saw them at Rosa's on a Tuesday night. Six other people in the room and they ROCKED. Is it blues? rock? soul? The answer is yes and the answer is ... who cares? These guys make blues matter again. No one ever made hurtin' feel this good.

    Their new CD 'Sleeping While The River Runs' does more to advance the cause of Chicago blues (and classic soul music) than any record I've heard in the last 40 years.



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