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Business As Usual

Business As Usual

January 1, 1991
4.3 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

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This 1991 release is as good as Texas blues can get. Darrell Nulisch proves to be an excellent singer and a fantastic Harp player. The band is also in good shape. A young Joe Moeller(saw him this year as a member of the Fabulous Thunderbirds) ,only 20 years old at the time of this recording plays like an old pro. Moeller not only shines when he solos but he also has the art of backing Nulisch's harp playing down pat. Steve Gomes a veteran bass player and drummer David Olson play together in a tight knit style that is right on time. This was Nulisch's first disc as a band leader but he was not a newcomer to the blues scene having had a long relationship playing with Anson Funderburg, and a short stint with Ronnie Earl. The songs are mostly originals and are very well crafted and soulful. One track in particular,Orange Soda really showcases Nulisch's Harp chops and is in the Little Walter Jacobs style. I have always felt that Nulisch has been a bit short changed by the blues press on how great of a harmonica player he is and this recording shows just how good he is on his instrument. I really feel that all lovers of blues music should have this record in their collection. This is a testament to how good modern blues can be. great vocals, a tight band ,and soulful songs. what more could you ask for! I actually wore out my first disc of this fine music and was grateful that Amazon had this recording in stock. If you don't have it buy it. You won't be sorry.
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out of print and it shouldn't be. excellent blues music by a master of the form.
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By waidy on August 26, 2015
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