Gospel Train Coming Review
The CD grabs your attention from the very first song, also the title track, "Gospel Train Coming." If this song doesn't get you up on your feet clapping along then you better get a checkup from your doctor.
Jerusalem In Ruins
The king of the blues returns with this slightly stranger installment.
Following up his other releases, this release brings his style of writing into a bigger, bolder window and the production quality is definitely the best to far. Regardless of your stance so far as religious faiths go, there is no denying that this man is a real genius...
We are very thankful to God because He has given us good friends like you, we will be praying for God to use your ministry to reach all those who do not know about Jesus yet!!!
His ability with the guitar to create short, simple and yet, truly listenable blues records is evident throughout his repertoire, and his passion, grit, authenticity, power and gravely voice combine to make this man the ultimate blues artist of this generation!
This man's passion, grit, authentic blues, power and gorgeously guttural voice take no prisoners. He may just be as important and as influential to this generation as his predecessor Blind Willie Johnson was to his, so let's make sure he gets heard!
Radio Review RAW WORD
All lyrics have a deep meaning and, as he usually does, they give us a message inspired on the Holy Bible, with peace, calm, love, faith, and hope thoughts and the most important thing: body and soul salvation thanks to Jesus…. Amen!
"Raw Word" is really a stunning album, possibly one of the most original efforts in the acoustic blues field I had the chance to listen to in recent times.
It is rough music, very rooted, without artifice. It is the force of the preachers of other days, those who preach the eminent delivery of Jerusalem.
Raw-Word is an all acoustic-foot-stompin'-high energy all out Shout to (and for) the Lord. Ten seconds into "Rainbow" and you know you are in for something special.