Review of Live Vols. 1 & 2 in Gondola (Hungary)

April 1, 2014

Gondola (Follow this link for the original Hungarian text.)

Delta Moon was for a long time Tom Gray and Mark Johnson, who formed a guitar duo to keep alive the Mississippi blues traditions. They were typical traveling musicians, performing mostly in concerts before small audiences, in favor of a more personal tone. In 2007, the lineup changed with the arrival of drummer Darren Stanley and bassist Franher Joseph, and the “big band” took on the noble cause of blues. The band recently released some meaty material in Life’s a Song – Live Volume 1 and Turn Around When Possible – Live Volume 2. Genre lovers will find the first disc contains 14 and the second one 10 numbers. Great melodies follow each other in the repertoire, such as “Hell Bound Train”, “Black Cat Oil” and “Get Gone” (the first disc) and “Black Coffee” and “Nightclubbing” (second disc).

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