There is nothing more difficult for a music writer than to write about an absolute, universally recognized musical living legend of Soul, Jazz, Funk and R&B like the 72-years-old from Buffalo, New York, Ronnie Foster.

To talk about the outstanding career of a musician that is considered among the very few last living Maestros of Hammond Organ, an instrument that Foster has mastered from early adulthood, it would take not days but perhaps weeks, given the magnitude of Foster's musical pedigree.

The last three years in the Finnish singer/songwriter Ina Forsman's life must have been a real formative experience, both from a professional and personal perspective.

The long isolation period that millions of people have been through, including the artist, during the pandemic that has heavily shaken the whole world, the move to Berlin in Germany and the change of record label (Jazzhaus Records) must have certainly made an impact on the growth of Ina Forsman and her way to write music.

There is no wonder why an authentic force of nature like the Soul, R&B and Blues singer/songwriter Ann Peebles used to be one of John Lennon's most favorite singers ever.

Peebles, who was inducted back in 2014 at the Memphis Music Hall Of Fame, has certainly been one of the hottest names in the music industry between 1969 and 1979, when she reached worldwide popularity with hit singles such as I Can't Stand The Rain and I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down, among others.

A live recording for every artist represents a pivotal moment in their career. It's the pinnacle of an artist's activity, the demonstration that their live performance reflects in all its grandiosity their skills and many talents.

Too often though, an artist's almost maniacal habit to polish a live recording to the bone, in order to try and maximize the clarity of the sound, it can be a double-edged sword that may not end up being as successful as an idea as the artist might have thought it would have been in the first place.

A new single release out now from New York-based singer/songwriter Pamela Sue Mann!

Pink Flamingo is an uplifting, heartwarming tune, a song that celebrates the joy of life and love after the pandemic.

The sense of freedom and the energy that exudes through the song's lyrics are so joyous and comforting. Mann's suave vocals are, once again, a breeze of fresh sonic air running through a listener's lungs and soul.

You can watch the video of Pink Flamingo at the link here below:

The single is also available to be purchased via Bandcamp at Pamela Sue Mann's Official Page.

It's quite fascinating the musical path that a band like Supersonic Blues Machine is walking through, album after album.

After their highly celebrated 2016 debut called West Of Flushing, South Of Frisco, the American collective showed all the signal of a band with a strong Blues/Rock pedigree, mixed with elements of Soul and Funk, able to marry skilled songwriting, songs containing bags of melody and a musical texture of considerable power.

It happens rarely that a new record hits you straight in the face in the most positive and wonderful way, when you hit the "Play" button on your CD Player. Then, when you realize that the magic of that record does not stop at the end of Track No.1 but, instead, it keeps on giving on each of the following tunes, that is the moment when you understand that you are dealing with a high quality record.

Yes, because that is exactly what the ninth and latest release of Seattle Powerhouse Lady A, called Satisfyin' is; an eclectic, highly pleasing combo of Soul, Blues, Fusion, R&B and Funk that lifts your spirit throughout the whole duration of the record.

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